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Multi-fidelity methods for uncertainty propagation in kinetic equations

  title={Multi-fidelity methods for uncertainty propagation in kinetic equations},
  author={Giacomo Dimarco and Liu Liu and Lorenzo Pareschi and Xueyu Zhu},
— The construction of efficient methods for uncertainty quantification in kinetic equations represents a challenge due to the high dimensionality of the models: often the computational costs involved become prohibitive. On the other hand, precisely because of the curse of dimensionality, the construction of simplified models capable of providing approximate solutions at a computationally reduced cost has always represented one of the main research strands in the field of kinetic equations… 


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