Volume 28, Issue 5
Preface

Commun. Comput. Phys., 28 (2020), pp. i-i.

Published online: 2020-11

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Machine learning has been gaining recognition rapidly as a powerful computational technique to address some of the most challenging problems arising from scientific and engineering computations (SEC) with promising results in simulations of biological and quantum systems, fluid dynamics, wave scattering, high dimensional PDEs, and inverse problems, etc. This special issue contains 1 survey paper and 17 original research articles on recent developments in machine learning, especially deep neural networks, concerning both its theoretical and algorithmic aspects pertinent to SEC.

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Machine learning has been gaining recognition rapidly as a powerful computational technique to address some of the most challenging problems arising from scientific and engineering computations (SEC) with promising results in simulations of biological and quantum systems, fluid dynamics, wave scattering, high dimensional PDEs, and inverse problems, etc. This special issue contains 1 survey paper and 17 original research articles on recent developments in machine learning, especially deep neural networks, concerning both its theoretical and algorithmic aspects pertinent to SEC.

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