Using Hierarchical Probability Models to Evaluate Robust Parameter Design Methods

  title={Using Hierarchical Probability Models to Evaluate Robust Parameter Design Methods},
  author={Daniel D. Frey},
A method is proposed for evaluating the effectiveness of robust parameter design methods. A hierarchical probability model is presented that enables an investigator to represent assumptions about regularities in system responses such as effect sparsity, hierarchy, and inheritance. The hierarchical probability model is subsequently used to create a population of responses to which alternative robust parameter design methods are applied. In a case study, product arrays and combined arrays are… CONTINUE READING
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