[Stoch] AGI Fall Meeting Session NG009: Reduced Order Models: Development and Insights into Complex Phenomena
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Tue Aug 2 18:16:28 MDT 2016
Please consider submitting an abstract to a session we are organizing
on "Reduced Order Models" at this year's AGU Fall meeting to be held
in San Francisco, Dec 12-16. The details of the session follow.
You may submit an abstract at
Please note that the deadline for submitting abstracts is August 3rd.
And we'd appreciate you bringing this session to the notice of
students, colleagues, and others who may be interested in this topic.
Balu Nadiga and Daniel LIvescu
Los Alamos National Lab
Reduced Order Models: Development and Insights into Complex Phenomena
Session ID#: 12938
Equations governing geophysical phenomena are typically nonlinear,
complex, and high-dimensional. The high computational demand of
solving the full governing equations over a large range of scales
precludes the use of a variety of useful tools, which range from a)
dynamical systems tools that give insight into underlying flow
structure and topology, to b) tools that rely on applied mathematical
and statistical techniques for quantifying uncertainty and
predictability and to c) machine learning tools that are now under
intense development. Effective use of such tools requires the
development of reduced-order models (ROMs) of either the full
governing equations or the phenomenon itself. ROMs need to preserve
integral constraints and other characteristics of the original system.
This session brings together contributions that relate to development
of (deterministic and stochastic) ROMs, use of ROMs to improve
understanding of geophysical phenomena, and use of ROMs to derive
observation-based and other detailed simulation-based constraints.
Again, you may submit an abstract at
and the deadline for submitting abstracts is August 3rd.
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