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Aaron J. Owens

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RE: Star Plus Simplex Design
Posted: Jul 2, 1996 4:28 PM
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The Design Advisor/Neural Analyzer [DANA] is an experimental design
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suggests what experiments should be performed to map the input
variables to the process output responses. Both a classical design
("central composite") and one specifically developed for this
application ("star plus simplex") are supported. The Neural
Analyzer uses a single-hidden-layer back propagation neural network
to model the data obtained at the designed experimental points.

DANA also has the ability to produce and analyze a neural network
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DANA is an easy-to-use, interactive program running on IBM PC and
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DANA was developed by DuPont's Neural Network Resource Center. It
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-- Aaron --

Aaron J. Owens, Research Fellow Telephone Numbers:
Modeling and Simulation Office (302) 695-7341
Engineering Research Laboratory FAX " 695-9658
DuPont Company, E320/201 Home (302) 733-7836
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