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How to easily and automatically transform recurrence equation to difference equation and back?

Recurrence equation is an equation that involves $f(x+1)$, $f(x+2)$, $f(x-1)$ for an unknown function f. Such equations can be represented in the form of finite differences, involving $\Delta f(x)$, ...
0
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1answer
64 views

Decompose Expression into Segments

Say I have an expression test = 3 x1^2 - 2 x3^-3 and I would like to decompose the expression into {3 x1^2, -(2/x3^3)}, I can do ...
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0answers
81 views

Writing polynomials in standard form in a matrix

A symbolic matrix with two parameters, say $x,y$, shows up in my calculation. The entries of the matrix are homogeneous polynomials. I want the entries to be written in some standard format, e.g. in ...
0
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1answer
74 views

How to convert the expression '{a->a0, b->b0}' to the expression 'a=a0; b=b0'? [duplicate]

How to convert the expression '{a->a0, b->b0}' to the expression 'a=a0; b=b0'? I think this is a common question and do not know if someone has asked it before. Any help or suggestion will be ...
6
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2answers
95 views

Partial result of aborted evaluation of FullSimplify

When FullSimplify invoked on a large expression, it can run for hours. If I do not have time to wait, and abort the evaluation, I get no result, although, ...
6
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1answer
114 views

Is it possible to disable assumptions used by FullSimplify for zero testing [closed]

Sometimes when I invoke FullSimplify on a large expression, I get a series of messages like this: ...
5
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1answer
62 views

How to bail out from a non-applicable transformation function?

I provide a custom function in TransformationFunctions options of FullSimplify that can do a transformation only for some values ...
6
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0answers
112 views

Using FunctionExpand to evaluate symbolic derivatives

Some symbolic derivatives of certain special function are not expanded automatically, but FunctionExpand often helps to get a derivative-free closed form ...
7
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2answers
223 views

How to automatically get rid of trig functions in an expression?

I have a large expression containing many terms like this: Sin[1/2 ArcTan[(2 Log[5])/(Log[5]^2 - 2)]] where a trig function is invoked on a rational multiple ...
8
votes
2answers
146 views

How to reduce the number of operations needed to evaluate an expression? [duplicate]

For some numerical calculations in C++ I have, for example, this complicated expression to evaluate. Given as Mathematica input, in its original form it is ...
3
votes
2answers
214 views

Simplifying expressions involving Sum

I am trying to use Mathematica to simplify a symbolic expression involving Sum. Particularly, I define a sum via ...
7
votes
4answers
264 views

Counting multiplications (complexity function)

I'm trying to count the number of times multiplication appears in an expression (for the purpose of constructing a ComplexityFunction that would help me simplify a terrible algebraic expression for ...
1
vote
1answer
115 views

Trying to show an expression is always zero

I have a symbolic matrix $$m = \begin{pmatrix}A1 & B1 & C1\\A2 & B2 & C2 \\ A3 & B3 & C3\end{pmatrix}$$ and I believe that Det[m] is ...
11
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1answer
160 views

What are the default TransformationFunctions used in Simplify and FullSimplify?

If I do Simplify[(c^3 - s^3)^2 - (s^3 + c^3)^2, TransformationFunctions -> Automatic] (i.e. a verbose version of default behaviour), what transformation ...
20
votes
1answer
281 views

How can I see which transformations Simplify attempts?

The documentation for Simplify[expr] says that it performs a sequence of algebraic and other transformations on expr, and returns the simplest form it finds. How can I see which transformations it ...
1
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0answers
221 views

Can mathematica simplify an expression setting simplified answer equal to zero?

Basically I want to reduce something like: Subscript[P, 4] - Subscript[P, 5] == Subscript[R, 4, 5]* Subscript[i, 4, 5] when only one of them is known (...
3
votes
0answers
143 views

Why doesn't Log[Gamma[]] simplify to LogGamma[] where it could?

I have been playing with various equations involving amount of permutations in relatively large sets. Easiest way to look at these is something like Log[10, bignumber!] . Often expressions, even ...
17
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3answers
490 views

How can I completely ban usage of some functions in output and mandate use of others?

For example, I hate that Mathematica uses Pochhammer symbol in outputs and prefer all the expressions in Gamma function. How can ...