Ergodicity: the Most Over-Looked Assumption

Consider two ways of making purple. Method 1: Alternate red and blue squares. With enough squares, purple emerges. Method 2: Make square alternate between red and blue. With short enough time intervals, purple emerges. First method made changes in the space (ensemble) dimension. Second method made changes in the time (temporal) dimension. Both converged to … Continue reading Ergodicity: the Most Over-Looked Assumption