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After 20 years of algorithmic development, Mathematica has established many highly efficient algorithms with an automatic method for algorithm selection, as well as an intricate support system for error tracking. Below are various examples of commands associated with numerical evaluation and precision, as well as the corresponding function to which the command is associated.
Article Id: 13797
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If you have already registered with WolframReasearch 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 password you will need to email...
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Numerical Optimization: NMinimize, NMaximimize -- nonlinear constrained global optimization FindMinimum, FindMaximum -- local unconstrained or constrained optimization FindFit -- optimal nonlinear unconstrained or constrained fit to data ...
Article Id: 13800
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If you lose your Mathematica CD, or if it becomes damaged or stolen, you can order replacement media from Wolfram Customer Service at a cost of $10 (US dollars) plus applicable tax and shipping. For orders outside the US or Canada, you will need to contact your local reseller and...
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Rules lhs?rhs (Rule) — representation of replacement rule expr/.rules (ReplaceAll) — apply replacement rules to an expression RuleDelayed(:>) ...
Article Id: 19588
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General Information Mathematica offers the world's most extensive collection of polynomial algorithms, and thanks to Wolfram Research's carefully integrated strategies, Mathematica will automatically select the most acceptable algorithms, permitting large-scale computations of polynomial expressions. Below are a few...
Article Id: 13585
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x= value (Set) -- set the value for a varibale expr;expr;expr (CompoundExpression) -- execute epressions in sequence Assignments: = += ++ *= AppendTo... Loops: Do ...
Article Id: 19584
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Rules lhs?rhs (Rule) — representation of replacement rule expr/.rules (ReplaceAll) — apply replacement rules to an expression RuleDelayed(:>) ...
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With — evaluate with specified variables replaced by values Module — localize names of variables (lexical scoping) Block — localize values of variables (dynamic scoping) DynamicModule — localize names of variables in...
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Statistics Commands Mathematica offers integrated support for both classical statistics as well as for modern large-scale data computations. The provided symbolic characters allow for broader coverage of statistical functions, while incorporating the latest algorithms dealing with numerics and computational geometry. These allow Mathematica to provide extremely accurate and...
Article Id: 13801
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