This was one reason we decided to partner with RMAES."
RMAES is a member of the RMA Group, a diversified American-owned company headquartered in Bangkok, Thailand.
James Hamann, CEO RMAES, had been managing international businesses in global engineering firms for many years and had developed a strategy of investing in smaller firms to enable higher levels of growth.
Mike Young from Marsol said that one of the driving reasons for the partnership with RMAES was a lack of capital.
Parameter RRMSE RMAE
MAS HTC 2.69% 7.05% 95% ([epsilon] = 5%) DP/L 8.90% 22.3% 92.5% ([epsilon] = 10%) Table 4.
Taking the willow group as an example, we found that the CH method increases the [r.sup.2] from 0.6 to 0.93, and reduces RMAE from 94% to 30% and MedAPE from 720% to 84%.
The large MedAPE of 84% and relative low RMAE of 30% suggest significant errors for data points with low willow aboveground biomass, indicating that the assumption of little change in bulk density of aboveground biomass with changing plant height is invalid in this case.
While the CHD method gave [r.sup.2] and RMAE values similar to those from the CH method, it reduced the MedAPE from 53% to 35% for deciduous shrubs.
Ties are solved in the following order: RRSE (lower), R (higher), and RMAE (lower).
Table 3 shows every metric obtained per technique (RRSE, R, and RMAE).
Table 6 shows the RRSE, R, and RMAE measures using all the potential attributes as explanatory variables.
Pareto Optimal Designs Verification Results RMSE MAE RRMSE RMAE
MAS Aluminum Heating Coil ADP 0.66 1.44 5.02% 9.68% 100 HTC 2.49 4.01 2.15% 3.22% 100 Plastic Heating Coil ADP 1.73 4.28 4.79% 8.80% 100 HTC 2.08 3.36 2.25% 3.50% 100 Car Radiator ADP 8.82 19.18 10.38% 16.67% 54.34 HTC 7.5 9.97 4.10% 5.44% 100 The use of CFD based HTC values to estimate the heat load from the Pareto-optimal designs yielded marginal errors.