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3.1.6 Random Design

In the Random design a number of random sample points are generated. These values of the parameters of these sample points are calculated by mapping the result of a random number generator in the range defined by the minimum and maximum values of the input parameter. Random designs are usually used when the input parameters have wide ranges and a large number of sample points is acceptable.

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