Learning Everywhere: A Taxonomy for the Integration of Machine Learning and Simulations

09/29/2019
by   Fox Geoffrey, et al.
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We present a taxonomy of research on Machine Learning (ML) applied to enhance simulations together with a catalog of some activities. We cover eight patterns for the link of ML to the simulations or systems plus three algorithmic areas: particle dynamics, agent-based models and partial differential equations. The patterns are further divided into three action areas: Improving simulation with Configurations and Integration of Data, Learn Structure, Theory and Model for Simulation, and Learn to make Surrogates.

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