Config:InitialDesign

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InitialDesign

lhd

Latin Hypercube DOE

<InitialDesign type="LatinHypercubeDesign">
   <!-- how many points to generate -->
   <Option key="points" value="20"/>
   <!--<Option key="weight" value="0.5"/>
-->
   <!--<Option key="coolingFactor" value="0.9"/>
-->
   <!--<Option key="p" value="5.0"/>
-->
</InitialDesign>

factorial

Specifies a simple Factorial Design (uniform grid)

<InitialDesign type="FactorialDesign">
   <!-- how many points to generate for each dimension as a vector -->
   <!-- a scalar value (l) is the same as [l l ... l] (length of input dimension) -->
   <Option key="levels" value="3"/>
</InitialDesign>

random

Specifies a trivial Random design

<InitialDesign type="RandomDesign">
   <Option key="points" value="20"/>
</InitialDesign>

lhdWithCornerPoints

Specifies a combined Latin HyperCube and FactorialDesign

<InitialDesign type="CombinedDesign">
   <!-- Select samples in a Latin Hypercube Design -->
   <InitialDesign type="LatinHypercubeDesign">
      <!-- how many points to generate -->
      <Option key="points" value="20"/>
      <!--<Option key="weight" value="0.5"/>
-->
      <!--<Option key="coolingFactor" value="0.9"/>
-->
      <!--<Option key="p" value="5.0"/>
-->
   </InitialDesign>
 
   <InitialDesign type="FactorialDesign">
      <!-- how many points to generate for each dimension as a vector -->
      <!-- a scalar value (l) is the same as [l l ... l] (length of input dimension) -->
      <Option key="levels" value="2"/>
   </InitialDesign>
</InitialDesign>

dataset

Use an exsiting dataset as the initial design

<InitialDesign type="DatasetDesign">
   <!-- Where should we load the dataset from? -->
   <Option key="filename" value="/path/to/your/dataset.txt"/>
   <!-- Does the dataset also contain responses? (instead of only the inputs) 
        If so, hasOutputs must be set to yes and the range of the inputs in the file must
        match the range of the simulator.  If not, the range of the inputs must be [-1 1].
   -->
   <Option key="hasOutputs" value="no"/>
</InitialDesign>