The following two calculations should give the same result. After all, integration is a linear operation. I have pasted the code below in case you want to play with it. ...
I'm integrating a positive function f(t) times sin(t) from 0 to pi/5 and get -38. Actually f is slightly negative for a short time (smallest value ~ -0.0005), but far from enough to explain this. ...
I am having a rather unusual problem I do not understand with Mathematica where renaming one of the variables of my function causes the function to stop "working". Here is the example of the code ...
Note: This is fixed in 9.0.1. Something has gone wrong with usage in Mathematica 9. Would someone tell me how to fix it? I define a function ...
I want to get a Hough transform of some edged image. When I compare the same transformation on the same image I got different results. ...
The functions GeoDirection and GeoDistance have memory leaks. To see this, run the example functions below and watch as the Physical Memory Available in the Windows Task Manager, Performance tab, ...