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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
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answered Marking points of intersection between two curves
Feb
19
answered Finding the intersection of a curve with an interpolation function
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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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revised Upload CDF to Blogspot
Point 2 has been addressed
Nov
30
answered Upload CDF to Blogspot
Nov
6
answered Problems with Symbolic summation over unknown values
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11
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Jun
26
answered When I can assume that all decimal digits returned by Mathematica are provably correct?
Jun
19
answered Daubechies scaling function
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9
asked ShowSelection color
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6
answered Levels: how do they work?
Oct
31
answered Why doesn't Mathematica simplify a square root of an expression that equals a square of a positive real?
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awarded  Teacher
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answered How do I introduce a new variable in a trigonometric equation?
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11
awarded  Nice Question
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