An algorithm is a sequence of well-defined steps that defines in abstract the solution to a problem.

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How to implement the sample-point process like the built-ins of Mathematica?

Consider this: pts = {{0, 0}, {1, 1}, {2, -1}, {3, 0}, {4, -2}, {5, 1}}; f = BSplineFunction[pts] I can use ParametricPlot to ...
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Given a list of triangle vertices, how to find the neighbors for each vertex?

A triangle is represented by {a,b,c}, indicting that its vertex IDs are a, b, and ...
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A question about the syntax [closed]

I have $3$ elementary questions to ask and I thank you in advance. Question N°1. What is the right syntax for $$y\equiv0\pmod {2}$$ in the code below? ...
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Challenging matrix sorting request?

I have an application in mind, and I need to do the following analysis, but am having a high degree of difficulty conceptualizing it in terms of syntax. I understand what I want, but cannot seem to ...
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Efficient algorithm to generate a basis for exact diagonalization

The problem is described as follows: I need to generate a basis(matrix) in lexicographic order. For two different basis vector $\{n_1,n_2,\cdots,n_M\}$ and $\{t_1,t_2,\cdots,t_M\}$, there must exist ...
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How to do automatic differentiation?

Does Mathematica have any AD functionality or does it only support symbolic differentiation? If not, are there any packages or other third party implementations available? Edit (J. M.) Here is an ...
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3-adic FFT algorithm

I am trying to implement the FFT algorithm when $n=3^k$, but maybe my code is wrong. Are there any suggestions for improving my code? ...
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Recursive method for the SR1 correction

I am looking to program a recursive formula for implementing the Symmetric rank-one correction. I am not sure exactly where my program fails. Every value is correct except the value for ...
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Integration of graphs with datasets

Mathematica has a rich family of graph algorithms. I would like to leverage some of these for a very large tree structure. Because of the size of the structure, I would like to store it in a Dataset ...
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Efficiently find all connected subgraphs

Is there a way to generate all the connected subgraphs of a graph in mathematica without going through all the subsets of the nodes and checking if the subgraph is connected (which will be ...
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i need a swap mutation code (genetic algorithm) in Mathematica?

I'm working on GA coding to optimize the locators position in fixturing system to minimize the error in precision manufacturing.I need a code for mutation (genetic algorithm) in Mathematica. Here, I ...
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AVL binary search tree implementation

Is there any text-book implementation of self-balancing binary search trees such as AVL or red-black in Mathematica?
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Algorithm in Module behaves different [closed]

In my Notebook i wrote this algorithm: ...
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Using the Baby-Step Giant-Step algorithm

Here is a concept I am working through: As part of an attack on an El-Gamal cipher, solving the discrete logarithm problem $$10^x = 532107 \;\, {\rm mod} \;\, 1313839.$$ Using the ...
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Efficient way to sum all the primes below $N$ million in Mathematica

Today, I saw a problem described as below: Sum all primes below $N$ million At the beginning, I feel it is rather simple to calculate it in Mathematica ...
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Substitution Permutation Network (SPN) - Decryption In Mathematica

I am working with a Substitution Permutation Function, SPN, in Mathematica. I have an encryption function for an SPN. By changing the parameters that go into the spn function, and not the function ...
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A too complicated lookup

I have the following keys: nm = {"bay", "ica", "rat", "tat", "dax", "dow", "sp5", "nas", "mean", "total"}; which I want to use to find a corresponding entry in ...
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Books of algorithms for programming [closed]

I'm studying Computer Science and would like to know, if there are special books on algorithms for programmers, or if you can suggest some books talking on algorithms in general
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Unragging a matrix

Today I ran into matrices like this one: ...
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Count elements between matching opening and closing parentheses?

Suppose I have a List of the form: lst={"(", "x1", "x2", "(", "(", "x3", ")", "x5", "(", "x6", ")", ")", ")"} For each pair ...
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Replace missing data

I have vectors of equal lengths where I want to replace the zeroes (missing data) with their preceding values. So far I have written: ...
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Match opening and closing parentheses?

Suppose I have a List of the form: lst={"(", "(", "(", ")", "(", ")", ")", ")"} By running ...
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Faster position list construction from a “take instructions” list

Take some list, e.g., {1,2,3,4,5}, and a "take instructions" list, say {1,1,2,1,1}. The latter is read as "take the first ...
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Stochastic Predator-Prey model using Gillespie's SSA

I'm trying to model the predator-prey situation using SSA. I am very new to Mathematica so my handling of matrices is probably terrible, and that's probably adding to my confusion: ...
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Efficiently or Elegantly construct linear graph list from vertex pairs

I am processing MRP data, with BOM relations as pairs of part number strings. I want to construct lists that represent the linear graphs defined by these pairs. Here is some code to generate random ...
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Implementation of Lubaehevsky-Stillinger Algorithm to pack hard spheres

To generate a model of a polycrystalline material with specified grain size distribution (e.g coming from a Monte Carlo Grain Growth simulation) the Paper "Effects of grain size distribution and ...
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Default algorithm in NonlinearModelFit

Does anyone know the default algorithm used in NonlinearModelFit? The documentation gives several possible algorithms, but I can't figure out what it uses if you do not specify the algorithm. Thanks. ...
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Code efficiency improvement needed solving problem 499 in Project Euler

I am trying to solve https://projecteuler.net/problem=499 by constructing a transition matrix and finding its steady state. Here is my code: ...
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Maximizing the number of zero entries in a matrix

I have a matrix with a bunch of parameters in its entries, they all come in different combinations in different places of the matrix. I can post the matrix itself if requested, but I think what I mean ...
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How can I detect certain letters by shape in an image?

I have a website where people can post Flipbook animations, called Flipnotes. Unfortunately, most of the Popular flipnotes are in the following categories: MV (Music Video) AV (Audio Video) AMV ...
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How to compute the longest non-contiguous common sequence?

LongestCommonSequence[] works well, but what about finding the longest common sub-sequence (not necessarily contiguous)? Is this function built in to the genome ...
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Partitioning with constraints on subsets

Given the following data: constraints = {{11, 2}, {11, 3}, {11, 4}, {11, 6}, {11, 9}, {1, 6}, {5, 6}, {2, 5}}; weights = {3, 7, 3, 2, 4, 2, 2, 2, 3, 2, 1}; I ...
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Is there a way to characterize a winding object in an image?

I have produced this image by applying a Gaussian image substraction, Binarize, Colornegate, and ...
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A problem about Steffensen method

Two days ago,I asked a question about bisection algorithm. Thanks for Michael E2 giving me a good solution My algorithm 1, I use the bisection algorithm to generate a initial value that contain a ...
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Implement the Bisection algorithm elegantly and easily

Description: Rencently, I have finished my course Numerical Analysis, so I'd like to implement many algorithm that I have learned from that course.By this practice, I hope that I can improve my ...
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How to execute a notebook in background

I am developing an algorithm that take time to return results. I thought if I could run this notebook in background and continue to develop the rest of my work. It is possible to do that?
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Implement a piecewise function elegantly and efficiently

Given that $$ g(x)= \begin{cases} max(x_{min},x-m) & 0.5x \leq max(x_{min},x-m) \\ 0.5x & max(x_{min},x-m)<0.5x<min(1,x+m) \\ min(1,x+m) & min(1,x+m)\leq 0.5x \end{cases}$$ ...
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timing series algorithm [closed]

If we have a timing series t1,t2,t3.... and every timing point means an event. A time interval T is given. Once T is given, how to calculate the maximum event number happening in T? case A ...
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Generating increasingly longer lists from a single list

I start with an array such as {{1,1},{0,1},{-1,1}}. (1) I want to create an array from this which replaces each array inside the array with 3 new arrays, one ...
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Calculating integral by Romberg Algorithm

In my "Numeric Anasyis" course, I learned the Romberg Alogrithm to calculate the numerical integral. The Romberg Alogrithm as shown below: $$ ...
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Enumerating tuples from a larger space such that all pairs of values are present at least once

I am trying to write a function that will accept a list of N lists and returns a list of N-tuples that represent all pairs of values from the original N lists at least once. To illustrate with an ...
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How to create a Poincare disk type kaleidoscope in Mathematica?

Creating a Kaleidoscope in Mathematica is not a new topic at all, examples can be found from the links like: Wolfram reference and Wolfram demonstrations. My question is how to create Poincare disk ...
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Neighbourhood - Calculations

SeedRandom[0]; n = 5; (m = N @ RandomInteger[{1, 3}, {n, n}]) // MatrixForm result1 = MeanFilter[m, 1] // MatrixForm ...
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Repeating Digits

I have written ...
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Reconstructing an expression [duplicate]

I have a nested expression like this one expr = Tan[Sin[Cos[x]]]; I can deconstruct it with ...
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Computing Gaussian curvature

Can Gaussian curvature $K$ be computed from WolframAlpha or any other available Mathematica program? Please indicate the program or its reference. If input ...
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How to deal with recursion formula in Mathematica?

In engineering problems, I am always seeing many recursion formula. For instance, In the book "The NURBS book", I discovered many recursion formula Fibonacci ...
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A problem about recursion formula of deCasteljau algorithm

I use mathematica to realize the deCasteljaul algorithm $$\vec{P}_{k,i}(u_0)=(1-u_0)\vec{P}_{k-1,i}(u_0)+u_0\vec{P}_{k-1,i+1}(u_0)$$ The graphics that deCasteljaul algorithm generated as below: ...
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Temporal database reconstruction in mathematica

<EDIT> after some internet research I found the database domain that deals with this kind of thing: Temporal Databases. I think my question therefore becomes how to reconstruct a temporal ...
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Random Integer Sequences

I want to construct a random square matrix in the following manner: a) Three states [0 | 1 | 2] are repeated ...