Surrogate-Based Optimization of Climate Model Parameters Using Response Correction
We present a computationally efficient methodology for the optimization of climate model parameters applied to a (one-dimensional) representative of a class of marine ecosystem models. We use a response correction technique to create a surrogate from a temporarily coarser discretized physics-based low-fidelity model. We demonstrate that replacing the direct parameter optimization of the high-fidelity ecosystem model by iteratively updating and re-optimizing the surrogate leads to a very satisfactory solution while yielding significant cost saving - about 84\% when compared to the direct high-fidelity model optimization.
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