Authors: Müller, Annika
Meyer, Christian
Title: Finite Element approximation of data-driven problems in conductivity
Language (ISO): en
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the finite element discretization of the data driven approach according to [18] for the solution of PDEs with a material law arising from measurement data. To simplify the setting, we focus on a scalar diffusion problem instead of a problem in elasticity. It is proven that the data convergence analysis from [9] carries over to the finite element discretization as long as H(div)-conforming finite elements such as the Raviart-Thomas element are used. As a corollary, minimizers of the discretized problems converge in data in the sense of [9], as the mesh size tends to zero and the approximation of the local material data set gets more and more accurate. We moreover present several heuristics for the solution of the discretized data driven problems, which is equivalent to a quadratic semi-assignment problem and therefore NP-hard. We test these heuristics by means of two examples and it turns out that the “classical” alternating projection method according to [18] is superior w.r.t. the ratio of accuracy and computational time.
Subject Headings: data driven models
proximal gradient method
data convergence
Raviart Thomas finite elements
Issue Date: 2023-03
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