A review on the drawbacks and enhancement opportunities of the feature selective validation
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The growing application of simulation tools to increasingly complex problems makes the use of validation techniques essential to improve confidence in the veracity of those simulation results. The feature selective validation (FSV) method is widely used today, because of its versatility and simplicity. However, despite its many advantages, some problems have been identified in the standardized FSV method. Those drawbacks can produce misleading results for the validation process and constitutes enhancement opportunities for further research on FSV improvement. This paper presents a review that summarizes the major problems of the FSV and their possible solutions as a justification to reform the FSV method and also looking towards the forthcoming update of the standards IEEE 1957.1/2.
CitationAzpúrua, M. [et al.]. A review on the drawbacks and enhancement opportunities of the feature selective validation. "IEEE transactions on electromagnetic compatibility", 01 Agost 2014, vol. 56, núm. 4, p. 800-807.
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