Claudia Schillings (FU-Berlin Antrittsvorlesung): Quantification of uncertainty for inverse and optimization problems
Approaches to decision making and learning mainly rely on optimization techniques to achieve “best” values for parameters and decision variables. In most practical settings, however, the optimization takes place in the presence of uncertainty about model correctness, data relevance, and numerous other factors that influence the resulting solutions. For complex processes modeled by nonlinear ordinary and partial differential equations, the incorporation of these uncertainties typically results in high or even infinite dimensional problems in terms of the uncertain parameters as well as the optimization variables. We will discuss methods which can be shown to be robust with respect to the number of parameters and are therefore suitable for this setting.
Kaffee und Tee ab 16 Uhr, Raum 006 (Teeküche), A3
Zeit & Ort
14.12.2022 | 16:30