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 Oct 22 comment Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions They are all $C^0$. Oct 21 revised Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions deleted 2 characters in body Oct 21 comment Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions I do actually need to compute the average function, as I need to use it for other stuff. Oct 21 comment Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions The problem is it's not the same with respect to translation when we take the difference. Oct 21 revised Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions added 1093 characters in body Oct 21 asked Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions Mar 19 awarded Curious Dec 26 awarded Nice Question Dec 25 accepted How would I return a random Mathematica command? Dec 24 asked How would I return a random Mathematica command? Dec 1 awarded Commentator Nov 7 comment Producing a minimal Gröbner base I should clarify, here I have only followed steps 2 and 3 described in the question. The input L should just be a list of polynomials, so you'd want them to be a Groebner basis first (minimal or not). So, for example, one could use this by GroebnerReduce[GroebnerBasis[{some polynomials}]]. Nov 7 answered Producing a minimal Gröbner base Aug 21 awarded Popular Question Aug 2 awarded Yearling Jul 12 comment Using “With” outside a function on its parameters The way you have draw set up, x is defined within draw as a parameter. Outside of draw, x is just a symbol x, so for example draw[3] will yield the output Cylinder[{{x, 0, 0}, {x, 0, 0}}, 0.1]. In other words, Mathematica doesn't think the formula you've given it for draw involves the input variable at all. Mar 12 asked Computing Smith Normal form of a matrix with mod p coefficients Jan 27 revised How to “ReplaceAll” using a set of conditional expressions instead of a list of rules edited body Jan 27 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. Jan 27 revised How to “ReplaceAll” using a set of conditional expressions instead of a list of rules edited tags