MATH
21 B
Mathematics Math21b Spring 2007
Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Exhibit: diffusion
Course Head: Oliver Knill
Office: SciCtr 434
diffusion
Diffusion on a discrete network can be computed with linear algebra. For this illustration, the computer was iterating the adjency matrix A of the graph, computing so the exact number of paths of length up to 100 from any point to any other point.


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Math21b | Oliver Knill | Spring 2007 | Department of Mathematics | Faculty of Art and Sciences | Harvard University