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Nonlinearly coupled Langevin equations

  1. Jan 28, 2008 #1

    I am a computer science researcher and I have had my last physics and math courses several years ago so I wish you bear with me.

    I need to computationally solve "Nonlinearly coupled Langevin equations" (used in a paper series from Dirk Helbing for ex. the paper "Social forces model for pedestrian dynamics" which describes movements of pedestrians as if they are particles).

    I need to review/learn enough math/physics to understand and numerically solve the equations. Would someone please suggest me the best learning path (I appreciate if you can kindly include subject titles and references).

    Thank you for your time.

  2. jcsd
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