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Geometric Formulation for Discrete Points and its Applications

by   Yuuya Takayama, et al.

We introduce a novel formulation for geometry on discrete points. It is based on a universal differential calculus, which gives a geometric description of a discrete set by the algebra of functions. We expand this mathematical framework so that it is consistent with differential geometry, and works on spectral graph theory and random walks. Consequently, our formulation comprehensively demonstrates many discrete frameworks in probability theory, physics, applied harmonic analysis, and machine learning. Our approach would suggest the existence of an intrinsic theory and a unified picture of those discrete frameworks.


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