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Mathematica utilizes centuries of mathematical development, along with constantly updated methods discovered at Wolfram Research, into a small number of powerful functions and algorithms that are capable of reaching "almost every integral and differential equation of which a closed form can be found." Below are a few examples of various commands used to evaluate...
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CellularAutomaton -- general cellular automaton in 1D, 2D, etc. TurningMachine -- general Tuning machine in 1D, 2D, etc. SubstitutionSystem — general string, array, etc. substitution system in 1D, 2D, etc. ShiftRegisterSequence — sequence from a linear or nonlinear...
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***Important Note : You MUST verify your new account's email address BEFORE attempting to request a license. How to Create a Wolfram ID: 1. Go...
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The MathID is a specific code generated by Mathematica to identify your computer system with your Mathematica software. If you have already installed Mathematica onto your computer and entered your password, review the following: To Find Your Specific MathID in Mathematica: 1. To retrieve your MathID, open Mathematica and...
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To Obtain a New Password: If you have already registered with WolframResearch and/or Mathematica and have already received a password, but for some reason need to receive a new one, it could be that your MathID number has changed. Your MathID number will change if your computer's hard drive has been significantly changed or reconfigured. In order to request a new...
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