Hello again, Iuri,
DARPA is looking for innovative new ideas and your expertise for the Computable Models Incubator (19).
Neural Nets, Cellular Automata, Lattice Boltzmann, Discrete Exterior Calculus, and Tonti Diagrams are examples of alternative directly computable approaches, however, they also have shortcomings.
How can you prove they capture and preserve physics conservation principles?
How would you couple 3 or more physical phenomena?
Can they handle large differences in scale and time efficiently?
I hope you'll join me in discussing this evolving topic.
Live 'Ask Me Anything'
- Date and Time: Tuesday, January 21, 2020, 1-3 p.m. ET
- Topic: Computable Models Incubator (19)
- Participation: Sign in or sign up on polyplexus.com and go to the Discussion Tab in the Computable Models Incubator (19)
Breaking: New DARPA-funded Incubator just launched.
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Looking forward to answering your questions!
Dr. Jan Vandenbrande
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