Monthly Archives: June 2009

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What Gauss-Seidel is Really Doing

I’ve been reading Alan Sokal’s lecture notes “Monte Carlo Methods in Statistical Mechanics: Foundations and New Algorithms” today. Once I learned to take the word “Hamiltonian” and mentally substitute “function to be minimized”, they are very clearly written. Anyway, the … Continue reading

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