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Innovative Design of Experiments (DOE) methods can significantly reduce the number of simulations required to model biological warfare (BW) attacks. The methods illustrated by these military experts are applicable to almost any modeling and simulation (M&S) study involving large numbers of variables with many levels. They created a surrogate metamodel of the simulation with which to make suitably accurate predictions of the response output for time consuming (hours) simulation trials not yet run.

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