A deep domain decomposition method based on Fourier features

by   Sen Li, et al.

In this paper we present a Fourier feature based deep domain decomposition method (F-D3M) for partial differential equations (PDEs). Currently, deep neural network based methods are actively developed for solving PDEs, but their efficiency can degenerate for problems with high frequency modes. In this new F-D3M strategy, overlapping domain decomposition is conducted for the spatial domain, such that high frequency modes can be reduced to relatively low frequency ones. In each local subdomain, multi Fourier feature networks (MFFNets) are constructed, where efficient boundary and interface treatments are applied for the corresponding loss functions. We present a general mathematical framework of F-D3M, validate its accuracy and demonstrate its efficiency with numerical experiments.


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