Search Results for author: Alexander Bogatskiy

Found 5 papers, 4 papers with code

19 Parameters Is All You Need: Tiny Neural Networks for Particle Physics

1 code implementation24 Oct 2023 Alexander Bogatskiy, Timothy Hoffman, Jan T. Offermann

As particle accelerators increase their collision rates, and deep learning solutions prove their viability, there is a growing need for lightweight and fast neural network architectures for low-latency tasks such as triggering.

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Explainable Equivariant Neural Networks for Particle Physics: PELICAN

1 code implementation31 Jul 2023 Alexander Bogatskiy, Timothy Hoffman, David W. Miller, Jan T. Offermann, Xiaoyang Liu

PELICAN is a novel permutation equivariant and Lorentz invariant or covariant aggregator network designed to overcome common limitations found in architectures applied to particle physics problems.


PELICAN: Permutation Equivariant and Lorentz Invariant or Covariant Aggregator Network for Particle Physics

2 code implementations1 Nov 2022 Alexander Bogatskiy, Timothy Hoffman, David W. Miller, Jan T. Offermann

Many current approaches to machine learning in particle physics use generic architectures that require large numbers of parameters and disregard underlying physics principles, limiting their applicability as scientific modeling tools.


Symmetry Group Equivariant Architectures for Physics

no code implementations11 Mar 2022 Alexander Bogatskiy, Sanmay Ganguly, Thomas Kipf, Risi Kondor, David W. Miller, Daniel Murnane, Jan T. Offermann, Mariel Pettee, Phiala Shanahan, Chase Shimmin, Savannah Thais

Physical theories grounded in mathematical symmetries are an essential component of our understanding of a wide range of properties of the universe.

BIG-bench Machine Learning

Lorentz Group Equivariant Neural Network for Particle Physics

3 code implementations ICML 2020 Alexander Bogatskiy, Brandon Anderson, Jan T. Offermann, Marwah Roussi, David W. Miller, Risi Kondor

We present a neural network architecture that is fully equivariant with respect to transformations under the Lorentz group, a fundamental symmetry of space and time in physics.

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