Extreme learning machine for reduced order modeling of turbulent geophysical flows.

@article{San2018ExtremeLM,
  title={Extreme learning machine for reduced order modeling of turbulent geophysical flows.},
  author={Omer San and Romit Maulik},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2018},
  volume={97 4-1},
  pages={
          042322
        }
}
We investigate the application of artificial neural networks to stabilize proper orthogonal decomposition-based reduced order models for quasistationary geophysical turbulent flows. An extreme learning machine concept is introduced for computing an eddy-viscosity closure dynamically to incorporate the effects of the truncated modes. We consider a four-gyre wind-driven ocean circulation problem as our prototype setting to assess the performance of the proposed data-driven approach. Our framework… 
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