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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Data Science for Material Property Interpretation
Presentation Title Modeling and Simulation of Rare Events in Multidimensional Spaces
Author(s) Mary L. Comer
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Mary L. Comer
Abstract Scope The materials community has for many years sought to characterize rare events largely by modeling single random variables. For example, for abnormal grain growth, there has been a lot of work on fitting univariate distributions to the largest grain size among a set of sample grains. While modeling of single random variables can be very useful, many rare events are driven by phenomena in higher-dimensions. This talk will describe methods for stochastic modeling and simulation of tails in multiple dimensions, where more sophisticated tools from probability are required. These tools will be presented in the form of examples from materials characterization, so that non-experts in probability should benefit from the talk.
Proceedings Inclusion? Definite: At-meeting proceedings

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