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May
16
comment Using NDSolve for Integro-Differential Equations
@ruebenko Actually in this way too the 1/0^.5 type error occurs internally triggering as a result NDSolve::icfail. Hope you find a way out..
May
9
comment How to find major color in a picture?
@AndyRoss Always dreaming for that dev version..;)
May
9
comment How to find major color in a picture?
Should not it be Graphics[{#, Disk[]}] & /@ DominantColors[img, 4]? The answer as it is gives error in Mathematica 9.0.1. Anyways colors are completely different also from what you have got here.
May
7
comment Using perpendicular offsets in FindFit
Look here cf.net16.net/odlsf
May
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Parallelizing is much slower than single kernel evaluation?
May
3
comment how to reduce the time to calculate triple integral
Try taking the Solve outside of minroot!
May
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revised Adapting NDSolve to circumvent NDSolve::bdord: error for 1-D Euler Equations
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comment 1D Euler Equations
I have edited your closed question. You are raising correct issues here but you need to present the problem at hand in a right manner. Best of luck in future!
May
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revised Adapting NDSolve to circumvent NDSolve::bdord: error for 1-D Euler Equations
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May
2
comment Solve equations real and imaginary part separately
The way you defined the equations you can only expect trivial solutions. Try to check eq = (# == 0) & /@ (matrix . vector);Solve[eq, vector, Complexes]. Also be careful with the fact that initiating symbols with capital letters are avoided in Mathematica.
May
1
comment Contour heat graph (ListContourPlot?)
@ruebenko any chance in future for NDSolve to solve Navier-Stokes out of the box..?
May
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comment Trying to use NDSolve to solve Blasius equation
You need f'[Infinity] == 1.0 but still error will occur with this Infinity I guess!
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revised How can I solve this system of functional equations?
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30
comment How can I stop DiscreteMarkovProcess[] from relabeling vertices?
@Peter you can initiate the subgraph by assigning zero transition probability to all the complimentary edges in $G/S$
Apr
29
comment Nest for large value of n
@thewanderer as Mark suggested one of the best papers on this topic is by Keith Briggs named "A precise calculation of the Feigenbaum constants Mathematics of Computation". You will find it here
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revised Nest for large value of n
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29
answered Conjugate and simplify
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29
revised How can I stop DiscreteMarkovProcess[] from relabeling vertices?
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revised How can I stop DiscreteMarkovProcess[] from relabeling vertices?
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