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 Title PhysicsBased Deep Learning
 Author(s) Nils Thuerey, Philipp Holl, Maximilian Mueller, Patrick Schnell, Felix Trost, Kiwon Um
 Publisher: PhysicsBasedDeepLearning.org
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 Language: English
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Book Description
This book contains a practical and comprehensive introduction of everything related to deep learning in the context of physical simulations, focuses on physical loss constraints, more tightly coupled learning algorithms with differentiable simulations, training algorithms tailored to physics problems, as well as reinforcement learning and uncertainty modeling.
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 Deep Learning and Neural Networks
 Physics, Computational Physics, and Mathematical Physics
 Machine Learning
 Data Science
 Data Analysis and Data Mining

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