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Manipulating an arbitrary-precision ContourPlot
I have a function, say
minimizeme[ω_][β_][ϵ_] = ϵ^2 ω-Log[2 (Cosh[2 β]+Cosh[2 β ϵ])]/(2 β);
I want to make a high-precision dynamic ...
Jul 24 '12 at 14:15
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