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asked Computing Smith Normal form of a matrix with mod p coefficients
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revised How to “ReplaceAll” using a set of conditional expressions instead of a list of rules
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comment How to “ReplaceAll” using a set of conditional expressions instead of a list of rules
@Mr.Wizard I get the conditions through Reduceing a system of equations in $g_0,g_1,f_0,f_1$ and then FullSimplifying, so these should be solutions. I'm really just trying to transform the coefficient logic into polynomial logic.
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revised How to “ReplaceAll” using a set of conditional expressions instead of a list of rules
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comment How does one adjust ColorFunction quality independently of surface quality?
Hey, that's a pretty smart trick. :) +1
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comment Looking for an elegant way to construct this tensor-product-ish list
This is very nice. I should add that it does fall slightly short of my desired form, but the gap can be easily closed by Flatten[#,1]&/@(Outer[List,B,#]&/@A).
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accepted Looking for an elegant way to construct this tensor-product-ish list
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asked Looking for an elegant way to construct this tensor-product-ish list
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comment How does one adjust ColorFunction quality independently of surface quality?
Perfect, exactly what I was looking for. Thanks.
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accepted How does one adjust ColorFunction quality independently of surface quality?
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revised Are formal characters like \[FormalA] to be used differently than other symbols?
/. there -> their ; removed agrammatical commas
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comment How does one adjust ColorFunction quality independently of surface quality?
Well, here f[z_] := BesselI[0, 2 Sqrt[z]]/(1 - z), but I plan to do this with a lot of functions so I am really interested in a general method.