An adaptive projected Newton non-conforming dual approach for trust-region reduced basis approximation of PDE-constrained parameter optimization

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In this contribution we device and analyze improved variants of the non-conforming dual approach for trust-region reduced basis (TR-RB) approximation of PDE-constrained parameter optimization that has recently been introduced in [Keil et al.. A non-conforming dual approach for adaptive Trust-Region Reduced Basis approximation of PDE-constrained optimization. arXiv:2006.09297, 2020]. The proposed methods use model order reduction techniques for parametrized PDEs to significantly reduce the computational demand of parameter optimization with PDE constraints in the context of large-scale or multi-scale applications. The adaptive TR approach allows to localize the reduction with respect to the parameter space along the path of optimization without wasting unnecessary resources in an offline phase. The improved variants employ projected Newton methods to solve the local optimization problems within each TR step to benefit from high convergence rates. This implies new strategies in constructing the RB spaces, together with an estimate for the approximation of the hessian. Moreover, we present a new proof of convergence of the TR-RB method based on infinite-dimensional arguments, not restricted to the particular case of an RB approximation and provide an a posteriori error estimate for the approximation of the optimal parameter. Numerical experiments demonstrate the efficiency of the proposed methods.

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ISO 690BANHOLZER, Stefan, Tim KEIL, Luca MECHELLI, Mario OHLBERGER, Felix SCHINDLER, Stefan VOLKWEIN, 2020. An adaptive projected Newton non-conforming dual approach for trust-region reduced basis approximation of PDE-constrained parameter optimization
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