What is this kind of diagram actually called? And how does one produce this in latex?
Nov 4, 2011 #1 nonequilibrium 1,434 2 What is this kind of diagram actually called? And how does one produce this in latex? Attachments function.gif 903 bytes Views: 356
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Nov 4, 2011 #2 AlephZero Science Advisor Homework Helper 6,994 292 They are often called "commutative diagrams" (even when they aren't commutative!) See http://www.jmilne.org/not/CDGuide.html for some LaTeX packages to draw them. xymatrix is about the simplest that would handle your example.
They are often called "commutative diagrams" (even when they aren't commutative!) See http://www.jmilne.org/not/CDGuide.html for some LaTeX packages to draw them. xymatrix is about the simplest that would handle your example.