Multivariate problems occur in a multitude of practical applications, such as physics,
finance, computer graphics, and chemistry. The workshop shall address the analysis of
multivariate (continuous) problems, and in particular this shall be done from the
viewpoint of Information-Based Complexity (IBC). IBC deals with how much information
about a given problem is needed to solve it within a given error threshold, and under
which circumstances one can avoid the curse of dimensionality.
A tutorial giving an introduction to some of the main topics of the workshop will be given
by Aicke Hinrichs and Peter Kritzer: