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A Framework for Machine Learning of Model Error in Dynamical Systems

  title={A Framework for Machine Learning of Model Error in Dynamical Systems},
  author={Matthew E. Levine and Andrew M. Stuart},
The development of data-informed predictive models for dynamical systems is of widespread interest in many disciplines. We present a unifying framework for blending mechanistic and machine-learning approaches to identify dynamical systems from noisily and partially observed data. We compare pure data-driven learning with hybrid models which incorporate imperfect domain knowledge, referring to the discrepancy between an assumed truth model and the imperfect mechanistic model as model error. Our… 

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