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Partial observations, coarse graining and equivariance in Koopman operator theory for large-scale dynamical systems
Sebastian
Peitz
author 474270000-0002-3389-793X
Hans
Harder
author 98879
Feliks
Nüske
author
Friedrich
Philipp
author
Manuel
Schaller
author
Karl
Worthmann
author
655
department
The Koopman operator has become an essential tool for data-driven analysis, prediction and control of complex systems, the main reason being the enormous potential of identifying linear function space representations of nonlinear
dynamics from measurements. Until now, the situation where for large-scale systems, we (i) only have access to partial observations (i.e., measurements, as is very common for experimental data) or (ii) deliberately perform coarse
graining (for efficiency reasons) has not been treated to its full extent. In this paper, we address the pitfall associated with this situation, that the classical EDMD algorithm does not automatically provide a Koopman operator approximation for the underlying system if we do not carefully select the number of observables. Moreover, we show that symmetries in the system dynamics can be carried over to the Koopman operator, which allows us to massively increase the model efficiency. We also briefly draw a connection to domain decomposition techniques for partial differential equations and present numerical evidence using the Kuramoto--Sivashinsky equation.
2023
eng
arXiv:2307.15325
2307.15325
S. Peitz, H. Harder, F. Nüske, F. Philipp, M. Schaller, and K. Worthmann, “Partial observations, coarse graining and equivariance in Koopman operator theory for large-scale dynamical systems,” <i>arXiv:2307.15325</i>. 2023.
Peitz, Sebastian, et al. “Partial Observations, Coarse Graining and Equivariance in Koopman Operator Theory for Large-Scale Dynamical Systems.” <i>ArXiv:2307.15325</i>, 2023.
Peitz, S., Harder, H., Nüske, F., Philipp, F., Schaller, M., & Worthmann, K. (2023). Partial observations, coarse graining and equivariance in Koopman operator theory for large-scale dynamical systems. In <i>arXiv:2307.15325</i>.
@article{Peitz_Harder_Nüske_Philipp_Schaller_Worthmann_2023, title={Partial observations, coarse graining and equivariance in Koopman operator theory for large-scale dynamical systems}, journal={arXiv:2307.15325}, author={Peitz, Sebastian and Harder, Hans and Nüske, Feliks and Philipp, Friedrich and Schaller, Manuel and Worthmann, Karl}, year={2023} }
Peitz, Sebastian, Hans Harder, Feliks Nüske, Friedrich Philipp, Manuel Schaller, and Karl Worthmann. “Partial Observations, Coarse Graining and Equivariance in Koopman Operator Theory for Large-Scale Dynamical Systems.” <i>ArXiv:2307.15325</i>, 2023.
Peitz S, Harder H, Nüske F, Philipp F, Schaller M, Worthmann K. Partial observations, coarse graining and equivariance in Koopman operator theory for large-scale dynamical systems. <i>arXiv:230715325</i>. Published online 2023.
S. Peitz, H. Harder, F. Nüske, F. Philipp, M. Schaller, K. Worthmann, ArXiv:2307.15325 (2023).
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