Hello, it is (as known as heat equation) Show that Anyone knows how to show this? Best Regards, Rapha
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Originally Posted by Rapha Show that Anyone knows how to show this? For any twice differentiable function , you have the asymptotic expansion: , and (substituting for ): . Sum these expansions, and you get: , and finally: . This should answer your question.
Originally Posted by Rapha Hello, it is (as known as heat equation) Show that Anyone knows how to show this? Best Regards, Rapha This is a forward difference approximation. Read this: Solution of the Diffusion Equation by Finite Differences
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