Judging by the lack of reply it seems that no-one knows of (or has
implemented) an open-source library to specifically do model order
reduction with deal.II. However, at least one of my colleagues uses deal.II
to perform ROM via proper orthogonal decomposition, so deal.II definitely
provides all of the core functionality to implement this yourself. If its
of any use to you, here's a link to his paper (sadly during final editing
his text citing deal.II got removed without him noticing):
On Monday, November 14, 2016 at 11:03:16 AM UTC+1, Giulia Deolmi wrote:
> Dear all,
> I have implemented a parameter dependent problem in deal.ii and now I
> would like to apply the Reduced Basis (RB) method to it.
> Do you know if there is already some code available that I can use where
> the RB has already been implemented (in deal.ii or compatible to it)?
> So far I have only found a software called pyMOR for the RB method (
> http://pymor.org/). In theory it should be possible to use deal.ii as an
> external software. The example that is given is not so clear to me, though.
> Is anyone familiar with it?
> Thanks a lot in advance,
> Kind regards,
> Giulia Deolmi
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