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STORM: A nonlinear model order reduction method via symmetric tensor decomposition

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STORM: A nonlinear model order reduction method via symmetric tensor decomposition
—Nonlinear model order reduction has always been a challenging but important task in various science and engineering fields. In this paper, a novel symmetric tensor-based orderreduction method (STORM) is presented for simulating largescale nonlinear systems. The multidimensional data structure of symmetric tensors, as the higher order generalization of symmetric matrices, is utilized for the effective capture of highorder nonlinearities and efficient generation of compact models. Compared to the recent tensor-based nonlinear model order reduction (TNMOR) algorithm [1], STORM shows advantages in two aspects. First, STORM avoids the assumption of the existence of a low-rank tensor approximation. Second, with the use of the symmetric tensor decomposition, STORM allows significantly faster computation and less storage complexity than TNMOR. Numerical experiments demonstrate the superior computational efficiency and accuracy of STORM against existing nonlinear model order reduction me...
Jian Deng, Haotian Liu, Kim Batselier, Yu-Kwong Kw
Added 29 Mar 2016
Updated 29 Mar 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where ASPDAC
Authors Jian Deng, Haotian Liu, Kim Batselier, Yu-Kwong Kwok, Ngai Wong
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