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Optimization Fabrics

@article{Ratliff2020OptimizationF,
  title={Optimization Fabrics},
  author={Nathan D. Ratliff and Karl Van Wyk and M. Xie and Anqi Li and M. A. Rana},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2008.02399}
}
This paper presents a theory of optimization fabrics, second-order differential equations that encode nominal behaviors on a space and can be used to define the behavior of a smooth optimizer. Optimization fabrics can encode commonalities among optimization problems that reflect the structure of the space itself, enabling smooth optimization processes to intelligently navigate each problem even when optimizing simple naive potential functions. Importantly, optimization over a fabric is… Expand
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