Carolin Gietz

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hillen (University of Alberta, Canada), Anisotropic diffusion model for glioma spread and wolf movement

Wednesday, 23.04.2014 14:15 im Raum M5

Mathematik und Informatik

Anisotropic diffusion describes random walk with different diffusion rates in different directions. I will present a form of anisotropic diffusion which is called "fully" anisotropic. The fully anisotropic diffusion model does not obey a maximum principle and can even lead to singularity formation in infinite time. I will derive this model from biological principles, analyse some of its behavior and show how it can be used to model glioma spread and wolf movement.

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