Questions on managing computation or tasks order. Synchronizing parallel procedures, dynamics objects and so on. It's meant to be a secondary tag to narrow the scope of question already tagged with parallel, dynamic, evaluation and similar tags.

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Tracking Initialization

How to track Initialization step by step? Any tricky solution is ok. One condition, x should be ...
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Showing “updating…” message while Manipulate is re-evaluating

Is it possible to show a fixed text such as "updating..." instead of the last result shown, when Manipulate is re-evaluating an expression (in a slow evaluation ...
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Does a running evaluation continue after the PC wakes from sleep mode?

I was wondering if there are any issues with running a process on Mathematica, putting the computer to sleep, and then waking it up sometime later? It seems to work just fine on my test process ...
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Keep kernel running for execution of scheduled task

How can I keep a kernel running until all scheduled tasks have completed? For example upon running the following script bazinga.m: ...
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How to simulate the 1-D motion of a particle under constant acceleration? [duplicate]

I am trying to represent the position of an object under freefall, but am completely lost. Here is my attempt so far: ...
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Time delayed evaluation of a function

I'd like to write a function that delays the evaluation of a function (say) $5$ seconds after I hit Shift+Return. Is this possible?
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Dynamic inside Button

This bit of code runs a little animation of a stochastic process: ...
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Is there a way to use pause in Manipulate?

Is there a way to do any similar to Do[Print["Iteration...", j]; Pause[1], {j, 1, 6}] with Manipulate? (to show the ...
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Wait / sleep miliseconds

Is there any way to make Mathematica stop for some miliseconds? I know about the Pause[] but it seems it only works with seconds.
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Dynamic [ NotebookEvaluate [“_”] ]

A nice way to centralize various tasks in one notebook is the NotebookEvaluation function. For instance I can evaluate ten notebooks from a single notebook (e.g. ...