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Workshop: Machine Learning and the Physical Sciences

Physics-Informed Convolutional Neural Networks for Corruption Removal on Dynamical Systems

Daniel Kelshaw · Luca Magri


Measurements on dynamical systems, experimental or otherwise, are often subjected to inaccuracies capable of introducing corruption; removal of which is a problem of fundamental importance in the physical sciences. In this work we propose physics-informed convolutional neural networks for stationary corruption removal, providing the means to extract physical solutions from data, given access to partial ground-truth observations at collocation points. We showcase the methodology for 2D incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in the chaotic-turbulent flow regime, demonstrating robustness to modality and magnitude of corruption.

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