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Reduced Order Dynamical Models For Complex Dynamics in Manufacturing and Natural Systems Using Machine Learning

  title={Reduced Order Dynamical Models For Complex Dynamics in Manufacturing and Natural Systems Using Machine Learning},
  author={Will Farlessyost and Shweta Singh},
Dynamical analysis of manufacturing and natural systems provides critical information about production of manufactured and natural resources respectively, thus playing an important role in assessing sustainability of these systems. However, current dynamic models for these systems exist as mechanistic models, simulation of which is computationally intensive and does not provide a simplified understanding of the mechanisms driving the overall dynamics. For such systems, lower-order models can… 


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