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comment NIntegrate discrepancies
Hm. It seem mysterious to me. I'll check the maths again. Thanks!
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comment NIntegrate discrepancies
Thanks. Definitely improves. Can you comment on why the parameterisation yields different results? I guess I'm just curious...
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comment NIntegrate discrepancies
@MichaelE2: Thanks for pointing it out. I've included an update to provide more detail as to why the parameterisation might help. Suggestions as to how to obtain symbolic answers to the complete problem would be great. I've tried "folding" the symbolic integral, but it's still not working...
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comment NIntegrate discrepancies
@MarcoB: Yes, it is an X. Thanks for pointing it out. The typo does not affect the question though$-$the typo was introduced when I was renaming variables for the OP question. The output corresponds to X in the first integration range.
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revised NIntegrate discrepancies
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Jul
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comment Performance of numerical optimization with triple integral
Your solution is very clear and runs swiftly.
Jul
12
comment Performance of numerical optimization with triple integral
Thanks for this. I've changed the question again so that it is framed around the non trivial problem, and not implying directly a solution related to a change in coordinates. I'm not very experienced with the forum, so I hope this structure makes more sense to everyone (I suppose that's why it was put on hold as off topic)
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revised Performance of numerical optimization with triple integral
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comment Performance of numerical optimization with triple integral
I've edited the question to allow for a non-trivial optimization (and have already included some of your suggestions). Any further advances to solve such a problem would be much appreciated
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revised Performance of numerical optimization with triple integral
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comment Performance of numerical optimization with triple integral
If you call the function with any explicit argument, say q2[1,1] you get an error message. Do you know what that is? I think that something is going on with it, but NMaximize is not picking it up because in this simplified version of the problem there is only one feasible point...