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The utilization of advanced computing technology in mathematical research: new mathematical results discovered partly or entirely with the aid of computer-based tools.
Questions about Entity expressions and the use of standardized representations of specific real-world entities.
|design-patterns× 15||combinatorica× 15||comment× 15||
Tag for questions about backslides/backsets/degenerations/degradations/regressions/retrogressions in newer versions of Mathematica, notice this tag isn't for bugs and compatibility issues.
|distance× 14||enterprise-cdf× 14||format× 14||
Questions on the use of Gröbner basis techniques in Mathematica.
|transparency× 14||system-limitations× 14||set× 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…
for questions that came from the Project Euler website.
Tag for questions meant as a puzzle for the Mathematica.stackexchange.com public or about solving puzzles using Mathematica.
|object-oriented× 13||return-value× 13|
Questions on working with templates in Mathematica, File/String/Notebook/Expression Templates and the functions used for manipulations like TemplateApply.
|feyncalc× 13||insert× 13|
Questions about commercially available Mathematica packages, either distributed by Wolfram, inc. or third parties.
Questions on using or viewing Wolfram Demonstrations, or on implementing functionality inspired by Demonstrations.
|hyperlink× 12||error-trapping× 12||geometric-computation× 12||
|products× 12||real-time× 12||properties× 12||
Questions on peak detection algorithms and problems, including applications of the built-in FindPeaks, PeakDetect, MaxDetect and MinDetect.