Pick and freeze estimation of sensitivity indices for models with dependent and dynamic input processes

Abstract : This paper addresses sensitivity analysis for dynamic models, linking dependent inputs to observed outputs. The usual method to estimate Sobol indices are based on the independence of input variables. We present a method to overpass this constraint when inputs are Gaussian processes of high dimension in a time related framework. Our proposition leads to a generalization of Sobol indices when inputs are both dependant and dynamic. The method of estimation is a modification of the Pick and Freeze simulation scheme. First we study the general Gaussian cases and secondly we detail the case of stationary models. We then apply the results to an example of heat exchanges inside a building.
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Mathilde Grandjacques, Alexandre Janon, Benoit Delinchant, Olivier Adrot. Pick and freeze estimation of sensitivity indices for models with dependent and dynamic input processes. 2014. ⟨hal-00963649v2⟩

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