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Computational optimal transport

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Published on Aug 13, 2018

SGP2018 Graduate School | July 7-11 | Paris, France
Speaker: Bruno Levy, INRIA - Nancy Grand-Est
Program / source-code is here: https://gforge.inria.fr/frs/?group_id...
Slides are here: https://www.slideshare.net/BrunoLevy4...

Abstract:
This course gives an introduction to optimal transport, a mathematical theory that makes it possible to measure distances between functions (or distances between more general objects), to interpolate between objects or to enforce mass/volume conservation in certain computational physics simulations. Optimal transport is a rich scientific domain, with active research communities, both on its theoretical aspects and on more applicative considerations, such as geometry processing and machine learning. This course aims at explaining the main principles behind the theory of optimal transport, introduce the different involved notions, and more importantly, how they relate, to let the reader grasp an intuition of the elegant theory that structures them. After presenting several state-of-the-art algorithms to solve this problem on a computer, I will show some applications in computational physics (fluid simulation and astrophysics).

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