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|Title:||A gradient-enhanced sparse grid algorithm for uncertainty quantification|
|Author:||de Baar, J.|
|Citation:||International Journal for Uncertainty Quantification, 2015; 5(5):453-468|
|Jouke H. S. de Baar and Brendan Harding|
|Abstract:||Adjoint-based gradient information has been successfully incorporated to create surrogate models of the output of expensive computer codes. Exploitation of these surrogates offers the possibility of uncertainty quantification, optimization and parameter estimation at reduced computational cost. Presently, when we look for a surrogate method to include gradient information, the most common choice is gradient-enhanced Kriging (GEK). As a competitor, we develop a novel method: gradient-enhanced sparse grid interpolation. Results for two test functions, the Rosenbrock function and a test function based on the drag of a transonic airfoil with random shape deformations, show that the gradient-enhanced sparse grid interpolation is a reliable surrogate that can incorporate the gradient information efficiently for high-dimensional problems.|
|Keywords:||High-dimensional surrogates; uncertainty quantification; sparse grids|
|Rights:||© 2015 by Begell House, Inc. 453|
|Appears in Collections:||Medicine publications|
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