Mean Distance of Agents in Diffusion-Limited Aggregation

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Diffusion-limited aggregation is a growth process in which particles move in random walks and can cluster. If a particle contacts a red "sticky" particle, it becomes fixed itself and acts as part of the cluster. Here the particles move in a 2D square. We show the mean distance from the origin (the bottom-left corner of the square) of the system as the simulation runs.

Contributed by: Amedee d'Aboville (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA




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