Deep learning is one of the machine learning technologies developed in computer science. Recently, it has been implemented to various research areas in physics, including search of gravitational lens , identifying and classifying the phases of Ising model , the search of Higgs and exotic particles , classification jet structure , etc. In this talk, we will implement deep learning to relativistic hydrodynamics, which is a useful tool to simulate the evolution of relativistic systems in high energy nuclear physics and astrophysics .
Using 10000 initial and final energy density and flow velocity profiles generated from 2+1-d hydrodynamics with MC-Glauber initial conditions, we train the network and use it to predict the final profiles associated with various initial conditions, including MC-Glauber, MC-KLN and AMPT and TRENTo. A comparison with the hydrodynamic calculations shows that the network predictions can nicely capture the magnitude and inhomogeneous structures of these final profiles, as well as the related eccentricity distributions $P(\varepsilon_n)$ (n=2, 3, 4). These results indicate that deep learning can capture the main feature of the non-linear evolution of hydrodynamics, which shows the potential of largely accelerate the simulations of relativistic hydrodynamics.
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