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0answers
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Faster Ways to compute recursive summation

It takes a long time to compute the summation below, and I'd like to know if there are some better ways to compute things faster. I have used $3$ ways to calculate, but they are very unsatisfactory. I ...
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3answers
220 views

Nested list to graph

The following nested list can be regarded as a representation of a (tree) graph: ...
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7answers
378 views

Concatenation of lists in a Fibonacci-like pattern

I am trying to create a List of elements that follow the general pattern: $$X_{n+1} = X_n X_{n-1}$$ where the operation on the right hand side is concatenation, i.e., joining. I want to achieve the ...
6
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1answer
201 views

How can I define a Listable function only apply to a vector?

Consider the function f which should behave as f[{{1, 2}, {3, 4}, {5, 6, 7}}] ...
8
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5answers
267 views

Wrapping a function in count

I am working through the Programming Paradigms via Mathematica (A First Course) and am attempting to answer the following: Use recursion to count how many times the argument can have its square ...
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4answers
375 views

Partitioning a list by recursion (Programming Paradigms via Mathematica (A First Course))

I am working through the course Programming Paradigms via Mathematica. One of the homework exercises for the section Recursion I: Passing the Buck is as follows: Use recursion to partition a ...
3
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1answer
153 views

How to make a simple tree yourself with defined distances for each generation?

I'm trying to make a function that generates a tree for spin spin analysis in spectroscopy. I though it would be pretty easy, but I'm totally stocked. The tree should look something like this: ...
4
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1answer
127 views

RecurrenceTable with vector

Mathematica can do a RecurrenceTable with a vector, here is a simple example: RecurrenceTable[{x[n + 1] == 2* x[n], x[0] == {1, 2, 3}}, x, {n, 3}] with output ...
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3answers
538 views

Recursive function on list

Please consider the following: I have to deliver the weekly customer demand data on time. I can start to produce my products one week in advance. So I was thinking ...
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2answers
223 views

Recursion on a moving window

I need to apply some computations to a moving window of $N$ items in a time series and I am struggling with doing recursion and shifting the considered window. To illustrate, please consider the ...