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Deep learning (DL) inverse techniques have increased the speed of artificial electromagnetic material (AEM) design and improved the quality of resulting devices.
We treat each individual layer of the DNN as a nonlinear dynamical system and use Lyapunov theory to prove stability and robustness locally.
This paper investigates the use of Reinforcement Learning for the robust design of low-thrust interplanetary trajectories in presence of severe disturbances, modeled alternatively as Gaussian additive process noise, observation noise, control actuation errors on thrust magnitude and direction, and possibly multiple missed thrust events.
Probabilistic models such as Gaussian processes (GPs) are powerful tools to learn unknown dynamical systems from data for subsequent use in control design.
The architectures of deep artificial neural networks (DANNs) are routinely studied to improve their predictive performance.
Optimizing the reliability and the robustness of a design is important but often unaffordable due to high sample requirements.
We also define a sample-wise weight, which can be used in the maximum weighted likelihood estimation of an inverse model based on a cINN.
To address this issue, we propose a Generative Adversarial Network-based Design under Uncertainty Framework (GAN-DUF), which contains a deep generative model that simultaneously learns a compact representation of nominal (ideal) designs and the conditional distribution of fabricated designs given any nominal design.