Black Box Model


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Black Box Model

Any system into which one inputs information and receives output based on an algorithm the system uses. It is called a black box because one need not understand how a model works in order to use it.
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Both the open box model and black box model produce acceptable results as validated against ten different sets of experimental data for a rack populated by four 10 U server simulators.
For the modelling discussed in this paper, we find that the necrosis mechanism can be modelled well by the first principle approach, while the apoptosis mechanism has been modelled better by the black box model.
Similar to the multi-linear regression model, a sensitivity analysis was conducted for the black box model with the sensitivity derivative defined as [delta] (output)/[delta] (parameter).
Modelling of systems with uncertain nonlinearities and little physical insight is a domain of those black box models showing universal approximating capabilities such as fuzzy models.
It works well with RTL, black box models, and partial gate level netlists.