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Partitioning an image based on features

I have an image that has various characters hand drawn in it, like numbers and letters. I'm trying to partition each character into it's own image so I can run it through ...
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Using IntegerPartitions for distinct integers

What I would like to do is to find a way to test how many ways m distinct integers from the set {1,..., n} where ...
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How to generate the following partitions [closed]

I have 2N items and I need to form 2N sets each with N items. The items should be evenly ...
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Partitioning a numerical integral: need to integrate spectra

I am trying to integrate a spectrum I obtained from a fourier transform infrared spectroscopy experiment, in order to determine the global warming potential of green house gases. In order to do this, ...
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Display Part Of or Summarize Other Notebooks

How might I display parts of(or basically summarizing) one Notebook from parts of several other Notebooks? This isn't a strict question question but more of a general/wiki question of how to organize ...
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Variable partitioning of the data in the form of “list of lists”

I am looking for a way for variable partitioning of the data in the form of a "list of lists" for interpolating the imported data from excel. The data looks like: ...
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Finding the midpoints of an ordered list of numbers

Suppose that I have an ordered list of numbers. The numbers in the list may be evenly spaced, but they may not be. Here are two examples, list1 and ...
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Finding the largest integer that cannot be partitioned in a certain way

I want to use Mathematica to solve the problem: Find the maximum $k$ such that $6x+9y+20z=k$ does not have a non-negative solution. I tried FrobeniusSolve. ...
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Partition a set into $k$ non-empty subsets

The Stirling number of the second kind is the number of ways to partition a set of $n$ objects into $k$ non-empty subsets. In Mathematica, this is implemented as ...
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Integer partitions in all orderings

I want to partition an integer into $k$ integers all possible orderings. This can be done in the following way ...
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Generating pairs of additive and multiplicative factors for integers

Given an integer $n$, I want to get two lists: a) the set of pairs of the divsors $a,b$ into exactly two factors $n=a\cdot b$, b) the set of pairs $a,b$ of two summands $n=a+b$. The code I ...