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* Corresponding author 1 Heudiasyc - Heuristique et Diagnostic des Systèmes Complexes Compiègne 2 IATE - Ingénierie des Agro-polymères et Technologies Émergentes

Abstract : When few data or information are available, the validity of studies performing uncertainty analysis or robust design optimisation i.e., parameter optimisation under uncertainty with a probabilistic approach is questionable. This is particularly true in some agronomical fields, where parameter and variable uncertainties are often quantified by a handful of measurements or by expert opinions. In this paper, we propose a simple alternative approach based on interval analysis, which avoids the pitfalls of a classical probabilistic approach. We propose simple methods to achieve uncertainty propagation, parameter optimisation and sensitivity analysis in cases where the model satisfies some monotonic properties. As a real-world case study, we interest ourselves to the application developed in our laboratory that has motivated the present work, that is the design of sustainable food packaging preserving fresh fruits and vegetables as long as possible.

Keywords : Interval analysis Robust design Fuzzy sets Sensitivity analysis Uncertainty analysis





Author: Sebastien Destercke - Valérie Guillard -

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