﻿ Definition of laplacian. Meaning of laplacian. Synonyms of laplacian

# Definition of laplacian. Meaning of laplacian. Synonyms of laplacian

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## Definition of laplacian

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## Meaning of laplacian from wikipedia

- In mathematics, the Laplace operator or Laplacian is a differential operator given by the divergence of the gradient of a function on Euclidean space...
- the Laplacian matrix, sometimes called admittance matrix, Kirchhoff matrix or discrete Laplacian, is a matrix representation of a graph. The Laplacian matrix...
- defined over a vector field. The vector Laplacian is similar to the scalar Laplacian. Whereas the scalar Laplacian applies to a scalar field and returns...
- bearing the name Laplacian. This article provides an overview of some of them. The connection Laplacian, also known as the rough Laplacian, is a differential...
- that besides the specific topic of Laplacian blob detection, local maxima/minima of the scale-normalized Laplacian are also used for scale selection in...
- Laplacian smoothing is an algorithm to smooth a polygonal mesh. For each vertex in a mesh, a new position is chosen based on local information (such as...
- version of a Laplacian pyramid, in which a bank of steerable filters are used at each level of the pyramid instead of a single Laplacian of Gaussian filter...
- The traditional definition of the graph Laplacian, given below, corresponds to the negative continuous Laplacian on a domain with a free boundary. Let ...
- In mathematics, the fractional Laplacian is an operator which generalizes the notion of derivatives to fractional powers. For ...
- Laplace–Beltrami operator, after Laplace and Eugenio Beltrami. Like the Laplacian, the Laplace–Beltrami operator is defined as the divergence of the gradient...