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Approximation and geometry in high dimensions
09 Oct 2022 - 15 Oct 2022 • Będlewo, Poland
Banach Center
Many applications in engineering, science, and statistics require inter- or extrapolation from data and involve systems that contain a huge amount of parameters. Generic examples are computer-based simulations, data mining, or forecasting. Indispensable foundation in every such situation is a mathematical or statistical model. It allows to represent the underlying real-world phenomenon - or at least some simplification thereof - in a way suitable for computation and mathematical analysis. The model formulation very often involves multivariate functions f(x1, ...,xd) where the dimension d may be very large. The problem of inter- and extrapolation then is to find a function which fits the given data in a suitable sense. Problems of this kind are so ubiquitous that several mathematical disciplines are devoted to them. Each uses its own language: In approximation theory and numerical analysis, the terms function identification, function recovery, and function reconstruction are common. Statisticians speak of regression, function estimation or function fitting. To learn a function is also a widely used phrase in machine learning and statistical learning theory.
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