This tag is for requests for books, online resources, etc. that deal with the Mathematica system and its applications. This tag is also for asking references for algorithms used within Mathematica.

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Resources on Mathematica and strong AI (a.k.a. AGI)

David Deutsch (physicist / quantum computing theorist) wrote an article for Aeon Magazine last year: On Artificial Intelligence that got me thinking. The article assesses and critiques the ...
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Sensitivity Analysis: Global Sensitivity and Screening

I have a model which accepts several input parameters and now I want to study the sensitivity to certain parameters as described in here: Cross Validated Answer and in Wikipedia. There is also a link ...
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Are there any videos that show how different Mathematica expressions are evaluated?

Are there any videos that show how different Mathematica expressions are represented internally as object graphs and demonstrate how they are transformed during an evaluation? I am asking because I ...
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Controlling the time step in NDSolve?

I generally use NDSolve for stiff non linear partial differential equations of 4th order. I find that a BDF1 method generally does well to placate my beast of a PDE. I've also tried out ...
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Reference request for logic programming in Mathematica

I'm learning Mathematica(v8) to use it to program formal logic. Can anyone recommend a logic-specific tutorial text? A reference list of logic-related functions would also be very appreciated!
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Symmetric sum and Muirhead's Inequality

I was able to find some reference for symmetric polynomials but not for the symetric sum (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muirhead%27s_inequality#Symmetric_sum-notation_tricks ) Please could anyone ...
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How does Mathematica solve eigenvalues?

I believe mathematica uses some techniques beyond our book. According to the text book it is not possible to solve eigenvalues of which the matrix has not completely eigenvectors, or of those matrix ...