Titel: Automatic Differentiation
Autor/en: Martin Bücker, George Corliss, Paul Hovland
Applications, Theory and Implementations.
'Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering'.
108 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 33 schwarz-weiße Tabellen, Bibliographie.
Herausgegeben von H. Martin Bücker, George Corliss, Paul Hovland
14. Dezember 2005 - kartoniert - 400 Seiten
The Fourth International Conference on Automatic Di?erentiation was held July20-23inChicago,Illinois.Theconferenceincludedaonedayshortcourse, 42 presentations, and a workshop for tool developers. This gathering of au- matic di?erentiation researchers extended a sequence that began in Breck- ridge, Colorado, in 1991 and continued in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1996 and Nice, France, in 2000. We invited conference participants and the general - tomatic di?erentiation community to submit papers to this special collection. The28acceptedpapersre?ectthestateoftheartinautomaticdi?erentiation. The number of automatic di?erentiation tools based on compiler techn- ogy continues to expand. The papers in this volume discuss the implem- tation and application of several compiler-based tools for Fortran, including the venerable ADIFOR, an extended NAGWare compiler, TAF, and TAPE- NADE. While great progress has been made toward robust, compiler-based tools for C/C++, most notably in the form of the ADIC and TAC++ tools, for now operator-overloading tools such as ADOL-C remain the undisputed champions for reverse-mode automatic di?erentiation of C++. Tools for - tomatic di?erentiation of high level languages, including COSY and ADiMat, continue to grow in importance as the productivity gains o?ered by high-level programming are recognized.
Perspectives on Automatic Differentiation: Past, Present, and Future?.
Backwards Differentiation in AD and Neural Nets: Past Links and New Opportunities.
Solutions of ODEs with Removable Singularities.
Automatic Propagation of Uncertainties.
High-Order Representation of Poincarée Maps.
Computation of Matrix Permanent with Automatic Differentiation.
Computing Sparse Jacobian Matrices Optimally.
Application of AD-based Quasi-Newton Methods to Stiff ODEs.
Reduction of Storage Requirement by Checkpointing for Time-Dependent Optimal Control Problems in ODEs.
Improving the Performance of the Vertex Elimination Algorithm for Derivative Calculation.
Flattening Basic Blocks.
The Adjoint Data-Flow Analyses: Formalization, Properties, and Applications.
Semiautomatic Differentiation for Efficient Gradient Computations.
Computing Adjoints with the NAGWare Fortran 95 Compiler.
Transforming Equation-Based Models in Process Engineering.
Extension of TAPENADE toward Fortran 95.
A Macro Language for Derivative Definition in ADiMat.
Simulation and Optimization of the Tevatron Accelerator.
Periodic Orbits of Hybrid Systems and Parameter Estimation via AD.
Implementation of Automatic Differentiation Tools for Multicriteria IMRT Optimization.
Application of Targeted Automatic Differentiation to Large-Scale Dynamic Optimization.
Automatic Differentiation: A Tool for Variational Data Assimilation and Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis for Flood Modeling.
Development of an Adjoint for a Complex Atmospheric Model, the ARPS, using TAF.
Tangent Linear and Adjoint Versions of NASA/GMAO's Fortran 90 Global Weather Forecast Model.
Efficient Sensitivities for the Spin-Up Phase.
Streamlined Circuit Device Model Development with fREEDAR® ãnd ADOL-C.
Adjoint Differentiation of a Structural Dynamics Solver.
A Bibliography of Automatic Differentiation.