Articles | Volume 26, issue 19
https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-26-5085-2022
https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-26-5085-2022
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11 Oct 2022
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Improving hydrologic models for predictions and process understanding using neural ODEs

Marvin Höge, Andreas Scheidegger, Marco Baity-Jesi, Carlo Albert, and Fabrizio Fenicia

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This is a paper demonstrating the added value of hybrid modeling approaches for modeling hydrological features (flow and internal states). The paper is well written and will be sent out for a detailed scientific review. The combination of ANN with ODE-based hydrological models is a good way forward to construct hybrid modeling approaches. It is a significant step forward compared to the current state of the art.
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Neural ODEs fuse physics-based models with deep learning: neural networks substitute terms in differential equations that represent the mechanistic structure of the system. The approach combines the flexibility of machine learning with physical constraints for inter- and extrapolation. We demonstrate that neural ODE models achieve state-of-the-art predictive performance while keeping full interpretability of model states and processes in hydrologic modelling over multiple catchments.