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Questions on peak detection algorithms and problems, including applications of the built-in FindPeaks, PeakDetect, MaxDetect and MinDetect.
|localization× 17||temporaldata× 17||
Questions on Wolfram SystemModeler, an environment for the modeling of systems with mechanical, electrical, thermal, chemical, biological, and other components, as well as combinations of different ty…
|unevaluated× 17||segmentation× 17||
Tag for questions meant as a puzzle for the Mathematica.stackexchange.com public or about solving puzzles using Mathematica.
|predictive-interface× 16||design-patterns× 16||hyperlink× 16||
Questions on using Mathematica functionality to take advantage of a Graphics Processing Unit, a special stream processor designed for highly parallel computer graphics operations.
Questions on the use of Gröbner basis techniques in Mathematica.
|development× 15||comment× 15||combinatorica× 15|
for questions that came from the Project Euler website.
Questions about the combination of Mathematica and MS Office, WPS Office, LibreOffice, OpenOffice etc.
|transparency× 15||subset× 15||
Questions on working with templates in Mathematica, File/String/Notebook/Expression Templates and the functions used for manipulations like TemplateApply.
|return-value× 14||object-oriented× 14||
Questions on the use of Mathematica to model light propagation and interaction with matter. This tag should be used for questions specifically related to the physics of light--problems dealing with ra…
Tag for questions about using various number bases in Mathematica. This includes, but is not restricted to base notation, base conversion and formatting issues.
Questions about commercially available Mathematica packages, either distributed by Wolfram, inc. or third parties.
|docked-cell× 14||clipboard× 14|
|inheritance× 14||enterprise-cdf× 14||error-trapping× 13||grid-lines× 13|