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Numerically solving Helmholtz equation in 3D for arbitrary shapes
Context While studying manifold Learning I got interested in finding the eigenvectors of the Laplacian. (also in connection to this problem of solving the heat equation) Following this and that ...
May 29 at 12:17
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