The method of obtaining the plan of experiments in multidimensional space is considered in the paper. The method is based on assumptions of uniform distribution of charged particles in infinite space. To obtain the plan of experiments, the infinite multidimensional space is replaced with a hypercube whose surface models influence infinite space. The software is developed, and practical results in two-dimensional space are acquired. There are no basic problems to carry out calculations in multidimensional space.
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