Stable advection-reaction-diffusion with arbitrary anisotropy

@article{Kim2007StableAW,
  title={Stable advection-reaction-diffusion with arbitrary anisotropy},
  author={Theodore Kim and Ming C. Lin},
  journal={Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation},
  year={2007},
  volume={18},
  pages={329-338}
}
Turing first theorized that many biological patterns arise through the processes of reaction and diffusion [1]. Subsequently, reaction-diffusion systems have been studied in many fields, including computer graphics. We first show that for visual simulation purposes, reaction-diffusion equations can be made unconditionally stable using a variety of straightforward methods. Second, we propose an anisotropy embedding that significantly expands the space of possible patterns that can be generated… CONTINUE READING

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