Mathematical Methods for Optimal Polynomial Recovery of High-Dimensional Systems

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In this effort, we propose to establish a modern mathematical foundation that will enable next-generation computational methods for polynomial approximation of high-dimensional systems, having a certain set of constraints, from a limited amount of noisy data. Such a foundation is critical to realizing the future potential of the Department of Energy (DOE) user facilities, and will ultimately empower scientists to address a fundamental question, namely, "how many realizations of a nonlinear manifold are required to recover the entire high-dimensional solution map, with optimal approximation guarantees and minimal computational cost?" The central theme of this effort aims to conquer this challenge by pioneering the development of extraordinarily innovative theoretical analysis and transformational computational methodologies. 

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