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2022-01-17
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What is a random walk?

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Stella Calderon

Answered 2022-01-17
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In a branch of mathematics called Graph Theory, a random walk (or simply a walk) is a continuous movement starting at any vertex, following any sequence of edges and vertices, including any repititions of vertices and edges, and ending on any vertex.

In a branch of mathematics called Graph Theory, a random walk (or simply a walk) is a continuous movement starting at any vertex, following any sequence of edges and vertices, including any repititions of vertices and edges, and ending on any vertex.

aquariump9

Answered 2022-01-18
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