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Priori Error Estimate of Deep Mixed Residual Method for Elliptic PDEs

by   Lingfeng Li, et al.

In this work, we derive a priori error estimate of the mixed residual method when solving some elliptic PDEs. Our work is the first theoretical study of this method. We prove that the neural network solutions will converge if we increase the training samples and network size without any constraint on the ratio of training samples to the network size. Besides, our results suggest that the mixed residual method can recover high order derivatives better than the deep Ritz method, which has also been verified by our numerical experiments.


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