In mathematics, maps are a functions that translates its input into new values. In the context of particles a map is a translation function that translates the current particle positions to a new one
Normally a map has no notion of velocity — it simply translates positions. In
particles it is possible to decide whether positions should be modified
directly or whether the translation magnitude should be added to the velocity
verlet using the
The following parameters defines the training of the force and can be passed
along a call to
map : A function that accepts the particle position matrix and returns
the new positions in the same format.
fixed : Logical. Should position be modified directly (
TRUE) or should
the translation be added to the velocity verlet (
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