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Title Efficient Jacobian Determination by Structure-Revealing Automatic Differentiation
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Abstract This thesis is concerned with the efficient computation of Jacobian matrices of nonlinear vector maps using automatic differentiation (AD). Specifically, we propose the use of two directed edge separator methods, the weighted minimum separator and natural order separator methods, to exploit the structure of the computational graph of the nonlinear system.This allows for the efficient determination of the Jacobian matrix using AD software. We will illustrate the promise of this approach with computational experiments.
Subjects/Keywords Automatic differentiation; Forward mode; Reverse mode; Directed acyclic graph; Computational graph; Directed edge separator; Jacobian matrix; Newton step; Minimum cutset; Ford-Fulkerson algorithm; Sparsity technique; Hidden structure
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Country of Publication ca
Record ID handle:10012/8197
Repository waterloo
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Date Indexed 2020-08-12

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…6, 9, 3]T . We will use ADMAT[31] reverse mode to obtain J both directly and by constructing edge separators. Their running time and space usage will be recorded to see improvements. If cutset method is used, JE defined by equation…

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