as you mentioned the sample of observations is typical for simulation studies.
Also the Box Plot is typical.
The 95% confidence interval is [0.6754 , 0.6968]. I would be satisfied.
Such an outlier can happen. Maybe perform a simulation study with more observations.
I believe that there are even smaller values.
To your last question: The differences between the generation of the observation is
Thanks a lot!
If the confidence interval was around 65% I'd be really happy
That's the value that comes from the data of the real system.
While I was building the model, I only used single runs to see, how it's performing. Now it looks like I built it around an outliner.
I'll try an experiment with more runs, but I guess, it'll come out around 68% again.
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