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Post Data Mining / ML applications in hydrodynamics?
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I have a question about Scientific Data Mining.

And I have already asked this question in Data Mining/ML
community forums, but no answer yet.

Do you know successful case studies of applying Data Mining /
Machine Learning techniques in hydrodynamics?

In general, does it actually makes sense to try to apply DM/ML
techniques to such deterministic systems as gas/fluid flows which
are described by Navier-Stokes equations?

I guess that answer is 'no' in the case of very simple flows. But
maybe it makes sense if we have a deal with complex data from
turbulent/multiphase/... flows?

What could be the problem formulation in this area?

I will appreciate to your opinion, links to the papers and
web-pages.
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