5
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1answer
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Why is AllTrue much slower than VectorQ?

This seems to be a theme with V10, a new function dedicated to a specific task doesn't live up to expectation performance-wise. Mr. Wizard has already uncovered 2 such functions here and here. So how ...
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3answers
557 views

DeleteDuplicatesBy is not performing as I'd hoped. Am I missing something?

Déjà vu: a new-in-v10 function should provide a better solution to an old problem, but my enthusiasm is curbed when I run timings. This time the function is ...
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2answers
557 views

Why is the new PositionIndex horribly slow?

Disconcertingly I have discovered that the new (v10) PositionIndex is horribly slow. Using Szabolcs's clever GatherBy inversion ...
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0answers
84 views

Timing: how make a program to work faster using built in functions and tables

I want to improve my code to make it working faster even for very large numbers. ...
3
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2answers
194 views

DynamicModule/Dynamic CheckboxBar Slow for Large Lists

I am trying to create a dynamic construct that takes a large list of expressions and allows the user to interactively select any number of entries for further manipulation. This is what I have ...
5
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0answers
84 views

Is there something like MaxProcessorUsed?

For standard procedures it is easy to test if the implementation is better or worse than other by using Timing etc. It does not help us with creating ...
0
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1answer
215 views

How to combine two usages of # into one and speed up the code?

I have a function num with two variables, matf and matg. How can I combine the last two lines of code below into one? The code is aimed to find out the maxiaml count bel when we give each $i3 = ...
4
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5answers
317 views

How to generalize and speed up this program?

There is a vector whose length is $n*m$, we can part it into $n$ sections in order. I want to define a function to compare the $i$-th and $i+1$-th section and find the minimum. The program for $n=m=3$ ...
1
vote
1answer
257 views

Speeding up code by avoiding repeated evaluation of a function

I want to speed up my code and I have two ideas, but I don't know how I can implement them. Here is a little part of my code, which I want to improve: ...