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Demystifying Surrogate Modeling for Circuits and Systems

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In this article, grey-box and black-box surrogate modeling are described, with some key findings. The important point is that surrogate modeling has a solid mathematical basis leading to what has become a dramatic increase in our ability to develop engineering models and to engineer systems. In Section 2, a systematic approach to constructing surrogate models is provided. Each step is explained using published methods. Section 3 presents surrogate modeling examples from the domain of circuits and systems.

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IEEE Circuits and Systems Magazine  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )