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Response Surface Designs

Box-Behnken and central composite designs for quadratic models


bbdesign Box-Behnken design
ccdesign Central composite design

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Introduction to Response Surface Designs

Quadratic response surfaces are simple models that provide a maximum or minimum without making additional assumptions about the form of the response.

Central Composite Designs

Central composite designs (CCDs), also known as Box-Wilson designs, are appropriate for calibrating full quadratic models.

Box-Behnken Designs

Like the designs described in Central Composite Designs (Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox), Box-Behnken designs are used to calibrate full quadratic models.

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