AI and extreme scale computing to learn and infer the physics of higher order gravitational wave modes of quasi-circular, spinning, non-precessing binary black hole mergers. (arXiv:2112.07669v1 [astro-ph.IM])

We use artificial intelligence (AI) to learn and infer the physics of higher
order gravitational wave modes of quasi-circular, spinning, non precessing
binary black hole mergers. We trained AI models using 14 million waveforms,
produced with the surrogate model NRHybSur3dq8, that include modes up to $ell
leq 4$ and $(5,5)$, except for $(4,0)$ and $(4,1)$, that describe binaries
with mass-ratios $qleq8$ and individual spins $s^z_{{1,2}}in[-0.8, 0.8]$.
We use our AI models to obtain deterministic and probabilistic estimates of the
mass-ratio, individual spins, effective spin, and inclination angle of
numerical relativity waveforms that describe such signal manifold. Our studies
indicate that AI provides informative estimates for these physical parameters.
This work marks the first time AI is capable of characterizing this
high-dimensional signal manifold. Our AI models were trained within 3.4 hours
using distributed training on 256 nodes (1,536 NVIDIA V100 GPUs) in the Summit
supercomputer.

Source: https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.07669

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