About this Research Topic
The goal of this Research Topic is to collect recent state-of-the-art research in advancing the fundamental understanding of scientific machine learning, as well as its applications in enhancing modeling and simulation. Expected contributions include, but are not limited to:
1) leveraging domain knowledge, such as physical principles and invariance structures, to machine learning models to improve its accuracy and defensibility, as well as accelerating the model training;
2) incorporating statistics, uncertainty quantification, and probabilistic modeling into scientific machine learning to deal with large scale complex models and data;
3) improving upon current numerical solvers through the judicious use of machine learning algorithms and developing new machinery to optimally manage the interplay between traditional and machine learning models.
Keywords: Scientific Computing, Modeling and Simulation, Machine Learning, Data-Driven Approaches, Numerical Analysis, Learning Theory
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