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Aug
22
comment BSplinefunction and its derivative
I guess the OP needs Interpolation and you can accommodate that possibility in your answer. However the graphics is cool :) so +1...
Aug
22
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Aug
21
revised Plotting region $f(S)$ for given complex function $f$ and $S \subseteq \mathbb{C}$
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Aug
21
answered Plotting region $f(S)$ for given complex function $f$ and $S \subseteq \mathbb{C}$
Aug
20
answered Can graph interpolating function, but not use it. Any thoughts?
Aug
20
comment Can graph interpolating function, but not use it. Any thoughts?
@Mr.Wizard will post once I am back home..may be in an hour!
Aug
20
comment How to produce multiple plots from a multiple data sets
that is a good find..;)
Aug
20
answered How to produce multiple plots from a multiple data sets
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comment How can this type of optical illusion be created in Mathematica?
@RHall He used ComplexExpand to simply justify to the formula he is using inside the ImageForwardTransformation.
Aug
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comment Replacing gamma at half integers by double factorial
you can simply do expr/.Gamma[n+1/2]-> Sqrt[Pi](2 n-1)!!/2^n and check!
Aug
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accepted Limitations of ParametricNDSolve family w.r.t objective functions
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comment Limitations of ParametricNDSolve family w.r.t objective functions
@ruebenko Sorry! I expect -7.86673 for pfun[1.5]. I had a mistake in the previous comment.
Aug
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revised Peak Signal to Noise Ratio of Images
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comment Limitations of ParametricNDSolve family w.r.t objective functions
@ruebenko if pfun[1.5] is unevaluated and so is pfun'[1.5] then one needs to be really audacious to expect even anything sensible for the higher derivatives. But M9 in this specific case returns values for the higher derivatives. That is not the kind of behavior one expects from a intelligent system.
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