**Random Walks and Electric Networks**

by Peter G. Doyle, J. Laurie Snell

**Publisher**: Dartmouth College 2006**Number of pages**: 118

**Description**:

In this work we will look at the interplay of physics and mathematics in terms of an example where the mathematics involved is at the college level. The example is the relation between elementary electric network theory and random walks.

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