On the feasibility of small-data learning in simulation-driven engineering tasks with known mechanisms and effective data representationsDownload PDF

24 Sept 2021, 16:11 (edited 10 Nov 2021)NeurIPS-AI4Science PosterReaders: Everyone
  • Keywords: data-centric AI, simulation-driven engineering, small-data learning, field-based representation, surrogate modelling of hot stamping simulations, convolutional neural network
  • TL;DR: In this study, small-data learning using field-based representations in simulation-driven engineering tasks was investigated and verified.
  • Abstract: The application of machine learning (ML) in scientific tasks is increasing, especially ML in simulation-driven engineering tasks. While previous studies were mostly model-centric and required large-data learning, recent studies start to pay attention to data-centric AI and are investigating small-data learning with effective structured representations, which is significant for industrial application. This article provides a theoretical discussion for the feasibility of small-data learning with structured representations, which is then verified through the surrogate modelling of hot stamping simulations. Future directions are also discussed.
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