As usually claimed, meshless methods work in any dimension and are easy to implement. However in practice, to preserve the convergence order when the dimension grows, they need a huge number of sampling points and both computational costs and memory turn out to be prohibitive. Moreover, when a large number of points is involved, the usual instability of the Radial Basis Function (RBF) approximants becomes evident. To partially overcome this drawback, we propose to apply tensor decomposition methods. This, together with rational RBFs, allows us to obtain efficient interpolation schemes for high dimensions. The effectiveness of our approach is also verified by an application to oenology.

RBF-based tensor decomposition with applications to oenology

Perracchione E.
2020

Abstract

As usually claimed, meshless methods work in any dimension and are easy to implement. However in practice, to preserve the convergence order when the dimension grows, they need a huge number of sampling points and both computational costs and memory turn out to be prohibitive. Moreover, when a large number of points is involved, the usual instability of the Radial Basis Function (RBF) approximants becomes evident. To partially overcome this drawback, we propose to apply tensor decomposition methods. This, together with rational RBFs, allows us to obtain efficient interpolation schemes for high dimensions. The effectiveness of our approach is also verified by an application to oenology.
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