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revised Wavelet Transform Modulus Maxima (WTMM) method
Added two references, as requested.
May
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comment How to make the docked cell and the navigation toolbar in the Slide Show?
I note that this bug in Inherited does not appear to be fixed? Also, rather than using nested If's, how could you use Switch instead? All my attempts fail...
Apr
11
revised Expansion of a hypergeometric function takes ages with Mathematica 9 and 10 (regression?)
Added simpler method for correct and rapid series computation.
Apr
11
answered Expansion of a hypergeometric function takes ages with Mathematica 9 and 10 (regression?)
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asked Wavelet Transform Modulus Maxima (WTMM) method
Nov
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comment Finding the intersection of a curve with an interpolation function
Did you try increasing the number of PlotPoints or MaxRecursion options when dealing with the seismic signal? RootsInRange is not fully adaptive (you could try Ted Ersek's package instead). However, since you have the data, why not just subtract of the values of the intersecting function at the data ordinates and look for sign changes in successive data? This will be much more efficient that Interpolating a highly oscillatory function ...
Oct
8
answered Visualisation of a recursive function
Oct
6
comment Fitting ellipse to 5 given points on the plane
See also the demonstration Five Points Determine a Conic Section. An interesting related problem is that of Small Lattice Ellipses.
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asked Relative performance of the Julia language
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comment How does Mathematica understand branchcuts of the complex logarithm?
The paper Can your computer do complex analysis? is also relevant to this discussion.
Mar
26
answered Marking points of intersection between two curves
Feb
19
answered Finding the intersection of a curve with an interpolation function
Feb
19
comment Finding the intersection of a curve with an interpolation function
The RootSearch package <library.wolfram.com/infocenter/MathSource/4482/>; by Ted Ersek returns all the roots over a specified range as a list of replacement rules This package .A RootsInRange function was presented in "Finding Roots in an Interval" in The Mathematica Journal 7(2), 1998: should be sufficient:
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