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Apr
22
comment Create colour with given lightness value
You might be interested in this research.
Apr
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Apr
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Apr
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Apr
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comment Can I plot the solution to an ODE without using dsolve?
Try using Fourier series to represent the formal solution.
Mar
30
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Mar
27
comment How to deal with the condition $u_i=u_{i+1}$ in B-Spline basis function?
@ShutaoTANG I'm recently interested in using Bezier triangular patch as a universal surface approximating tool. It would be really nice to hear your advice.
Mar
27
comment How to deal with the condition $u_i=u_{i+1}$ in B-Spline basis function?
I guess you might be interested in this book: Curves and Surfaces for CAGD - A Practical Guide by Gerald Farin.
Mar
24
revised BSplineFunction derivatives wrong if using weights?
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Mar
24
comment Predict expand training data
What you are looking for is online learning.
Mar
22
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Mar
17
comment How to change NeuralNetwork options?
Setting "L2Regularization" seems to hang the kernel in 10.4, has the option been changed?
Mar
17
comment Handling Kernel start. What is a full initialization stack and what place the Autoload has there?
If you're using Windows, you might want to take a look at Process Monitor.
Mar
17
comment Undocumented form for FilledCurve[]
+1. I edited @Heike 's answer before seeing yours.
Mar
17
comment Undocumented form for FilledCurve[]
Thanks to your wonderful answer! And I edited conversion so it can handle characters like \[WeierstrassP]. Hope you don't mind!
Mar
17
revised Undocumented form for FilledCurve[]
Edited `conversion` to handle `FilledCurve` with multiple outlines, e.g. \[WeierstrassP].
Mar
12
comment What is a printer's point?
@Kuba I guess Mathematica detected the resolution correctly but doesn't really use it in most place. And for the last question, if you are on Windows 8+ and can live with the system-wise non-standard scaling level, you don't have to change anything in Mathematica. (But if it were me, I won't do this. I can live with small font, happy to have pt = px, but never want a blurred desktop especially when I wear my glasses.)
Mar
12
answered What is a printer's point?
Mar
12
comment How to turn off depth sorting of 3D curves for Manipulate?
Regarding "Mathematica has to calculate lots of useless depth sorting", I think the calculation is not done by Mathematica, but forwarded to OpenGL or DirectX engine of the host OS.
Mar
12
comment What is a printer's point?
Regarding "assume that the base unit in FrontEnd is pixel", I think that is what I'm always doing. As I never really printed out a notebook, I guess that's why I never found any inconsistency. :)