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In this situation, the designer uses engineering expertise together with engine feedback as well as intuition and accumulated engineering experiences to improve the construction. This approach, however, is difficult to copy into computational optimization. Another critical aspect concerns the applicability of standard analysis models for optimization procedures. Typically, analysis models in structural design assessment are at the high end of the computational capabilities with respect to both model size and analysis time.

P}P, the design matrix is defined by XI; = (x k ... ,Xj / . Consider a model y=XdJ+E: which is linear in the coefficients, where E: is a random vector with distribution N(O,(J2 . Id) andy is the observation vector of size p. A least square estimate, jJ = (X(XI; t X(y is optimised by its minimal covariance matrix (X(XI;)-1(J2 using appropriate candidates jl, ... Jp. There exist alternative minimum criteria for a matrix. Here, the D-optimality criterion is considered, that is characterised by a minimised det«X(XI; )-1) or equivalently maximised det(X(X1;) .

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