Publication: Partial Jacobian Computation in the Domain-specific Program Transformation System ADiCape
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Partial Jacobian Computation in the Domain-specific Program Transformation System ADiCape

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Author(s)
M. Petera , M. Lülfesmann , H. M. Bücker

Published in
Proceedings of the International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information Technology, Mr&acedil;gowo, Poland, October 12--14, 2009

Editor(s)
M. Ganzha, M. Paprzycki

Year
2009

Publisher
IEEE Computer Society

Abstract
Sensitivities of functions given in the form of computer models are crucial in various areas of computational science and engineering. We consider computer models written in CapeML, a domain-specific XML-based language used in process engineering. Rather than computing all nonzero entries of a sparse Jacobian matrix, we are interested in obtaining only a subset of these entries. For the solution of this problem called partial Jacobian computation, we transform a CapeML model of an industrial distillation column using the automatic differentiation system ADiCape

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BibTeX
@INPROCEEDINGS{
         Petera2009PJC,
       author = "M. Petera and M. L{\"u}lfesmann and H. M. B{\"u}cker",
       title = "Partial {J}acobian Computation in the Domain-specific Program Transformation System
         {ADiCape}",
       booktitle = "Proceedings of the International Multiconference on Computer Science and
         Information Technology, Mr{\c{a}}gowo, Poland, October~12--14, 2009",
       publisher = "IEEE Computer Society",
       address = "Los Alamitos, CA, USA",
       editor = "M. Ganzha and M. Paprzycki",
       pages = "595--599",
       doi = "10.1109/IMCSIT.2009.5352778",
       abstract = "Sensitivities of functions given in the form of computer models are crucial in
         various areas of computational science and engineering. We consider computer models written in
         CapeML, a domain-specific XML-based language used in process engineering. Rather than computing all
         nonzero entries of a sparse Jacobian matrix, we are interested in obtaining only a subset of these
         entries. For the solution of this problem called partial Jacobian computation, we transform a CapeML
         model of an industrial distillation column using the automatic differentiation system ADiCape",
       year = "2009",
       volume = "4",
       ad_tools = "ADiCape",
       ad_theotech = "graph coloring"
}


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