Advances in Automatic Differentiation (Lecture Notes in by Christian H. Bischof, H. Martin Bücker, Paul Hovland, Uwe

By Christian H. Bischof, H. Martin Bücker, Paul Hovland, Uwe Naumann, Jean Utke

This assortment covers advances in computerized differentiation conception and perform. desktop scientists and mathematicians will find out about contemporary advancements in automated differentiation thought in addition to mechanisms for the development of strong and strong automated differentiation instruments. Computational scientists and engineers will enjoy the dialogue of assorted functions, which supply perception into powerful thoughts for utilizing computerized differentiation for inverse difficulties and layout optimization.

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G. due to prefetching. This special case turns out to be computationally hard. Hence, the general case cannot be easier. However, there are other special cases for which efficient algorithms do exist [7]. If the size of the available memory is equal to n + p, then a store-all (last-in-firstout) strategy recovers the p intermediate values of a DAG in reverse order at optimal cost n + p (store operations) – a sharp lower bound for the solution of the DAG R EVERSAL problem under the made assumptions.

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Abs or functions such as sqrt whose derivative values may overflow for very small numbers [14]. 24 Emmanuel M. Tadjouddine In principle, AD preserves the semantics of the input code provided this has not been altered prior to AD transformation. Given this semi-automatic usage of AD, can we trust AD for safety-critical applications? Although the chain rule of calculus and the analyses used in AD are proved correct, the correctness of the AD generated code is tricky to establish. First, AD may locally replace some part B of the input code by B that is not observationally equivalent to B even though both are semantically equivalent in that particular context.

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