Smart Design Space Exploration with new Optimus Adaptive DOE

A 60' webinar on May 30,
showcasing how Optimus Adaptive DOE
will get you better results with a lower budget

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SAVE A LOT OF TIME, AND STILL GET THE BEST INFORMATION POSSIBLE

Understanding the behavior of your engineering simulation models is the first important step in setting up a deterministic or robust optimization project. Using Design of Experiments (DOE) early in the process, you can boost your productivity by planning your engineering simulations to deliver a maximum of relevant insights at minimum simulation cost

But when it comes to picking the right DOE strategy, things may become more complicated. Should I use a standard Min – Max approach, or should I choose a random strategy? Should I privilege space-filling techniques, at the risk of missing out on any non-linearities that may exist?

A FULLY AUTOMATED APPROACH THAT MAKES THE BEST USE OF YOUR SIMULATION BUDGET

Optimus now offers a smart and fully automated approach that will make the best use of your simulation budget. The new Optimus Adaptive DOE algorithm will learn from the already available data points, and iteratively add extra data samples in design space regions that really matter. This will not just save you a lot of time, but will get you the best information that you can possibly get for your simulation budget.

Join to learn how

  • you can address the issue of picking the best Design of Experiments technique without any preliminary knowledge on your model,
  • Adaptive DOE will put you on the right track by facilitating initiation of an optimization algorithm or by feeding a surrogate model with the best possible training set,
  • you can maximize ROI for your software and hardware investments thanks to Optimus’ smart parallel computing capabilities.

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