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Import symbolic variables from Matlab with MATLink
I'm trying to manipulate with Mathematica symbolic expression created in Matlab. I'm using the MATLink package, and I've succedeed in importing numerical variables, but not symbolic ones : ...
Oct 24 '13 at 16:06
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