adjoint variable

adjoint variable

[′aj‚ȯint ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(physics)
In classical dynamics, the canonically conjugate pi interpreted as generalized momenta.
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where R is the real part operator and the adjoint variable [[?
The Adjoint variable method (AVM) has been proposed for the acceleration of derivative-based optimization of microwave devices [28].
Adjoint variable method for the thermal design of eutectic directional solidification processes in an open-boat configuration, -Numer.
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The computation of sensitivities is significantly streamlined by using the adjoint variable method (AVM).
Thus, to hold these adjoint values, it is sufficient to define one adjoint variable for each variable.
This, on one hand, provides a closed-form expression for the optimal input as a function of the state and adjoint variables, which will be used in solution methods based on shooting.
Thus, one can compute the adjoint variables A(u) by solving the adjoint equation
2~(t) are the adjoint variables for F(t) and I(t), respectively.