** In the present work, two machine learning based constitutive models for finite deformations are proposed. Using input convex neural networks, the models are hyperelastic, anisotropic and fulfill the polyconvexity condition, which implies ellipticity and thus ensures material stability. The first constitutive model is based on a set of polyconvex, anisotropic and objective invariants. The second approach is formulated in terms of the deformation gradient, its cofactor and determinant, uses group symmetrization to fulfill the material symmetry condition, and data augmentation to fulfill objectivity approximately. The extension of the dataset for the data augmentation approach is based on mechanical considerations and does not require additional experimental or simulation data. The models are calibrated with highly challenging simulation data of cubic lattice metamaterials, including finite deformations and lattice instabilities. A moderate amount of calibration data is used, based on deformations which are commonly applied in experimental investigations. While the invariant-based model shows drawbacks for several deformation modes, the model based on the deformation gradient alone is able to reproduce and predict the effective material behavior very well and exhibits excellent generalization capabilities. In addition, the models are calibrated with transversely isotropic data, generated with an analytical polyconvex potential. For this case, both models show excellent results, demonstrating the straightforward applicability of the polyconvex neural network constitutive models to other symmetry groups. **

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** To overcome inherent hardware limitations of hyperspectral imaging systems with respect to their spatial resolution, fusion-based hyperspectral image (HSI) super-resolution is attracting increasing attention. This technique aims to fuse a low-resolution (LR) HSI and a conventional high-resolution (HR) RGB image in order to obtain an HR HSI. Recently, deep learning architectures have been used to address the HSI super-resolution problem and have achieved remarkable performance. However, they ignore the degradation model even though this model has a clear physical interpretation and may contribute to improve the performance. We address this problem by proposing a method that, on the one hand, makes use of the linear degradation model in the data-fidelity term of the objective function and, on the other hand, utilizes the output of a convolutional neural network for designing a deep prior regularizer in spectral and spatial gradient domains. Experiments show the performance improvement achieved with this strategy. **

** Bayesian regularization-backpropagation neural network (BR-BPNN) model is employed to predict some aspects of the gecko spatula peeling viz. the variation of the maximum normal and tangential pull-off forces and the resultant force angle at detachment with the peeling angle. K-fold cross validation is used to improve the effectiveness of the model. The input data is taken from finite element (FE) peeling results. The neural network is trained with 75% of the FE dataset. The remaining 25% are utilized to predict the peeling behavior. The training performance is evaluated for every change in the number of hidden layer neurons to determine the optimal network structure. The relative error is calculated to draw a clear comparison between predicted and FE results. It is shown that the BR-BPNN model in conjunction with k-fold technique has significant potential to estimate the peeling behavior. **

** We consider fully discrete embedded finite element approximations for a shallow water hyperbolic problem and its reduced-order model. Our approach is based on a fixed background mesh and an embedded reduced basis. The Shifted Boundary Method for spatial discretization is combined with an explicit predictor/multi-corrector time integration to integrate in time the numerical solutions to the shallow water equations, both for the full and reduced-order model. In order to improve the approximation of the solution manifold also for geometries that are untested during the offline stage, the snapshots have been pre-processed by means of an interpolation procedure that precedes the reduced basis computation. The methodology is tested on geometrically parametrized shapes with varying size and position. **

** Drug Discovery is a fundamental and ever-evolving field of research. The design of new candidate molecules requires large amounts of time and money, and computational methods are being increasingly employed to cut these costs. Machine learning methods are ideal for the design of large amounts of potential new candidate molecules, which are naturally represented as graphs. Graph generation is being revolutionized by deep learning methods, and molecular generation is one of its most promising applications. In this paper, we introduce a sequential molecular graph generator based on a set of graph neural network modules, which we call MG^2N^2. At each step, a node or a group of nodes is added to the graph, along with its connections. The modular architecture simplifies the training procedure, also allowing an independent retraining of a single module. Sequentiality and modularity make the generation process interpretable. The use of graph neural networks maximizes the information in input at each generative step, which consists of the subgraph produced during the previous steps. Experiments of unconditional generation on the QM9 and Zinc datasets show that our model is capable of generalizing molecular patterns seen during the training phase, without overfitting. The results indicate that our method is competitive, and outperforms challenging baselines for unconditional generation. **

** Graph Neural Networks (GNNs) have proven to be useful for many different practical applications. However, most existing GNN models have an implicit assumption of homophily among the nodes connected in the graph, and therefore have largely overlooked the important setting of heterophily. In this work, we propose a novel framework called CPGNN that generalizes GNNs for graphs with either homophily or heterophily. The proposed framework incorporates an interpretable compatibility matrix for modeling the heterophily or homophily level in the graph, which can be learned in an end-to-end fashion, enabling it to go beyond the assumption of strong homophily. Theoretically, we show that replacing the compatibility matrix in our framework with the identity (which represents pure homophily) reduces to GCN. Our extensive experiments demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach in more realistic and challenging experimental settings with significantly less training data compared to previous works: CPGNN variants achieve state-of-the-art results in heterophily settings with or without contextual node features, while maintaining comparable performance in homophily settings. **

** Graph neural networks (GNNs) are typically applied to static graphs that are assumed to be known upfront. This static input structure is often informed purely by insight of the machine learning practitioner, and might not be optimal for the actual task the GNN is solving. In absence of reliable domain expertise, one might resort to inferring the latent graph structure, which is often difficult due to the vast search space of possible graphs. Here we introduce Pointer Graph Networks (PGNs) which augment sets or graphs with additional inferred edges for improved model expressivity. PGNs allow each node to dynamically point to another node, followed by message passing over these pointers. The sparsity of this adaptable graph structure makes learning tractable while still being sufficiently expressive to simulate complex algorithms. Critically, the pointing mechanism is directly supervised to model long-term sequences of operations on classical data structures, incorporating useful structural inductive biases from theoretical computer science. Qualitatively, we demonstrate that PGNs can learn parallelisable variants of pointer-based data structures, namely disjoint set unions and link/cut trees. PGNs generalise out-of-distribution to 5x larger test inputs on dynamic graph connectivity tasks, outperforming unrestricted GNNs and Deep Sets. **

** Graph neural network (GNN) has shown superior performance in dealing with graphs, which has attracted considerable research attention recently. However, most of the existing GNN models are primarily designed for graphs in Euclidean spaces. Recent research has proven that the graph data exhibits non-Euclidean latent anatomy. Unfortunately, there was rarely study of GNN in non-Euclidean settings so far. To bridge this gap, in this paper, we study the GNN with attention mechanism in hyperbolic spaces at the first attempt. The research of hyperbolic GNN has some unique challenges: since the hyperbolic spaces are not vector spaces, the vector operations (e.g., vector addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication) cannot be carried. To tackle this problem, we employ the gyrovector spaces, which provide an elegant algebraic formalism for hyperbolic geometry, to transform the features in a graph; and then we propose the hyperbolic proximity based attention mechanism to aggregate the features. Moreover, as mathematical operations in hyperbolic spaces could be more complicated than those in Euclidean spaces, we further devise a novel acceleration strategy using logarithmic and exponential mappings to improve the efficiency of our proposed model. The comprehensive experimental results on four real-world datasets demonstrate the performance of our proposed hyperbolic graph attention network model, by comparisons with other state-of-the-art baseline methods. **

** We introduce hyperbolic attention networks to endow neural networks with enough capacity to match the complexity of data with hierarchical and power-law structure. A few recent approaches have successfully demonstrated the benefits of imposing hyperbolic geometry on the parameters of shallow networks. We extend this line of work by imposing hyperbolic geometry on the activations of neural networks. This allows us to exploit hyperbolic geometry to reason about embeddings produced by deep networks. We achieve this by re-expressing the ubiquitous mechanism of soft attention in terms of operations defined for hyperboloid and Klein models. Our method shows improvements in terms of generalization on neural machine translation, learning on graphs and visual question answering tasks while keeping the neural representations compact. **

** We present graph attention networks (GATs), novel neural network architectures that operate on graph-structured data, leveraging masked self-attentional layers to address the shortcomings of prior methods based on graph convolutions or their approximations. By stacking layers in which nodes are able to attend over their neighborhoods' features, we enable (implicitly) specifying different weights to different nodes in a neighborhood, without requiring any kind of costly matrix operation (such as inversion) or depending on knowing the graph structure upfront. In this way, we address several key challenges of spectral-based graph neural networks simultaneously, and make our model readily applicable to inductive as well as transductive problems. Our GAT models have achieved or matched state-of-the-art results across four established transductive and inductive graph benchmarks: the Cora, Citeseer and Pubmed citation network datasets, as well as a protein-protein interaction dataset (wherein test graphs remain unseen during training). **

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