DACE
DACE, Design and Analysis of Computer Experiments, is a Matlab toolbox for working with kriging approximations to computer models. Typical use of this software is to construct a kriging approximation model based on data from a computer experiment, and to use this approximation model as a surrogate for the computer model. The software also addresses the design of experiment problem, that is choosing the inputs at which to evaluate the computer model for constructing the kriging approximation.
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