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Lecture 13: Global Illumination and Path Tracing (40)

How can we extend the proof of scalar functions of the form 1/(1-x) convening to operators of the same form converging?


Was curious why do we have to express (1-K)^-1 in terms of the Neumann series and find an approximation of that series, instead of deriving an operator of the form (I-K)^-1?

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