A p-Laplacian Random Walk: Application to Video Games
A graph random walk is presented. It is derived from the p-Laplacian similarly to
the derivation of the canonical random walk from the Laplacian.
This variant enables quicker exploration while still sticking to the connection constraints given by the graph.
A potential application is shown for video games.
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