Surrogate modeling assistant software

Dmitry Kulyabov, Anna Korolkova, Anastasia Demidova
Computer modeling is designed to predict the behavior of complex systems by solving the corresponding mathematical equations of the physical process. The simulation requires a huge number of parameters to be found, and they all require a large number of simulation runs, where each run takes a different combination of design parameters as input. Computer simulations tend to be expensive. Research that requires a large number of computer calculations will lead to exorbitant computational costs, which will make them practically impracticable. This is what surrogate modeling is for. Surrogate modeling builds a statistical model to accurately approximate the simulation result. Subsequently, this trained model can replace the original computer simulation when performing system analysis.