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Aug 1 |
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Finding gradient of an optimization
@Dirk you're right. the relaxed variable $w$ would be better. I have modified my question, now. well because in each step $w$ would be changed to a new one then from the equation the heat $T(t_i, w)$ would change, too. Maybe if I say that $T(t_i, w)$ is updating in each step, rather would be better. |
Aug 1 |
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Finding gradient of an optimization
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Aug 1 |
asked | Finding gradient of an optimization |
Jul 11 |
awarded | Supporter |
Jun 2 |
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How to model a time-discrete heat equation on a graph?
@DelioMungnolo: Because I aim at measuring temperature in some arbitrary vertices after modeling, then I guess(not sure) this wont lead to what I have in mind(edge-based identification problem). I would like to use incidence matrix and, consequently, one can use Laplacian matrix as well. |
Jun 2 |
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How to model a time-discrete heat equation on a graph?
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Jun 2 |
asked | How to model a time-discrete heat equation on a graph? |
Jun 1 |
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Heat equation with graph laplacian
@DelioMugnolo I was deleting some unanswered old questions that unfortunately that question was among of them and I did wrong. This is why I posted it again. |
May 31 |
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Heat equation with graph laplacian
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May 31 |
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How could I prove this equality for eigenvalues of Laplacian matrix?
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May 31 |
asked | Heat equation with graph laplacian |
May 29 |
awarded | Commentator |
Jan 13 |
asked | weakly Complementary slackness |
Jan 9 |
asked | Lagrange multiplier and semidefinite programming |
Jan 8 |
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How could I prove this equality for eigenvalues of Laplacian matrix?
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Jan 8 |
asked | How could I prove this equality for eigenvalues of Laplacian matrix? |
Oct 18 |
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positive semidefinite matrix condition
I want to have an embedding model in terms of column of $V$, i.e. $v_i$'s. |
Oct 18 |
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positive semidefinite matrix condition
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Oct 18 |
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positive semidefinite matrix condition
@suvrit: Now, do you think with new explanation your suggestion will work? |
Oct 18 |
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positive semidefinite matrix condition
@IgorRivin : I have edited and explained in more details. |