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comment Efficiently summing sets of piecewise linear functions
They are all $C^0$.
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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.
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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.
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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}]].
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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.
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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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