# World in* *a grain of sand

We propose a novel approach toward the vacuum degeneracy problem of the string landscape, by finding an efficient measure of similarity amongst compactification scenarios. Using a class of some one million Calabi-Yau manifolds as concrete examples, the paradigm of few-shot machine-learning and Siamese Neural Networks represents them as points in $\mathbb{R}^3$ where the similarity score between two manifolds is the Euclidean distance between their $\mathbb{R}^3$ representatives. Using these methods, we can compress the search space for exceedingly rare manifolds to within one percent of the original data by training on only a few hundred data points. We also demonstrate how these methods may be applied to characterize `typicality' for vacuum representatives.

Submitted (2022)