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Self-Avoiding Random Walks in 3D
Trace a path by moving at random from one lattice point to another while avoiding previously visited points.
Contributed by:
Rob Morris
Based on a program by:
Todd Rowland
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Self-Avoiding Walk
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Self-Avoiding Walk Connective Constant
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Self-Avoiding Random Walks in 3D
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http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/SelfAvoidingRandomWalksIn3D/
Contributed by:
Rob Morris
Based on a program by:
Todd Rowland
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