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Workshop: Machine Learning and the Physical Sciences

Physics-Informed CNNs for Super-Resolution of Sparse Observations on Dynamical Systems

Daniel Kelshaw · Georgios Rigas · Luca Magri


In the absence of high-resolution samples, super-resolution of sparse observations on dynamical systems is a challenging problem with wide-reaching applications in experimental settings. We showcase the application of physics-informed convolutional neural networks for super-resolution of sparse observations on grids. Results are shown for the chaotic-turbulent Kolmogorov flow, demonstrating the potential of this method for resolving finer scales of turbulence when compared with classic interpolation methods, and thus reconstructing missing physics.

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