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Second International Conference on Advances in Mechanical and Automation Engineering - MAE 2015
The modern engineering design process often employs computer simulations to evaluate candidate designs. This setup transforms the design process into an optimization problem which involves a computationally-expensive black-box function, namely, which lacks an analytic expression and where each function evaluation requires large computational resources. An additional challenge in such settings is that simulation runs may consistently fail for some specific candidate designs, but with the reasondoi:10.15224/978-1-63248-045-3-43 fatcat:6mch2btkkvb3lkg5gicfq4h4li