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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The nonlinear large-signal scattering parameters, which are based on the black box model in frequency-domain, are used to describe the characteristics of nonlinear devices or circuits [26].
There was very little difference between the results for the open box model and the black box model.
The Realization-Independent Testing Based on the Black Box Models // Informatica.
Clearly, the 6-parameter model can not capture the cytotoxicity of As (III), and its performance is worse than that of the black box model shown in Figure 5.
So, a black box model is again an appropriate choice for predicting TTL for an individual subject.
Gray box models are a combination of white box models and black box models.
Conversely, black box models such as artificial neural network (ANN) and fuzzy logic models are data-driven.