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Feb
4
answered Creating a function with integral zeroes of the 0th, 1st, and 2nd derivatives
Feb
3
answered Shuffle product of two lists
Jan
31
comment Manually specifying distance metric to Nearest slows down calculation
That's a strange coincidence indeed. Yesterday I was trying to use Nearest with mercator distance on a large ($>10^7$) set of geolocations. I compiled the distance function to C but without the octree code performance suffered badly. The default distance function was doing the similar sized job still extremely fast. It will be great if on the fly optimization similar to the default ones could be supported for user defined distance functions. After all we are waiting for a major release this time..the version number $10$ must be very special to everybody..Thx a lot for replying!
Jan
31
comment Manually specifying distance metric to Nearest slows down calculation
Any chance for a better Nearest with more versatile distance function portability...in the next version?
Jan
30
comment ContourPlot3D using a Matlab function through MATLink
@Szablocs I did the same but did not post due to this timing issue. Its better to get the performance related explanation from the developer himself. I am really looking forward to the update of MATLink when the communication overhead becomes really negligible. It is already a great tool but with such an update MATLink will be a killer app.
Jan
30
revised ContourPlot3D using a Matlab function through MATLink
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Jan
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Using Multiple Kernels When Making Plots
Jan
28
comment Combination of linear programming with bilevel optimization
Please notice that according to the current formulation as far as the final objective is concerned inside of your $\min$ you are doing an illegal convex combination (or say addition) between a scalar $f(x,y,w)$ and $\alpha$ which is a vector by definition of the linear constraint!
Jan
26
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Jan
25
comment Sparse Principal Component Analysis
Did you give RLink a try? Its meant for such purpose where you can mix and use existing R code/library on the fly from your Mathematica code.
Jan
24
comment Differential equation of a physical property which can not be below zero
@gogoolplex Please check the WhenEvent doc properly. I am sure you can make it "come back" even with a r=Sin[t]. There are such coming back examples in the doc!
Jan
24
revised Differential equation of a physical property which can not be below zero
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Jan
24
answered Differential equation of a physical property which can not be below zero
Jan
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awarded  Custodian
Jan
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Mathematica Solve Hangs Indefinitely
Jan
21
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Finding all possible solutions to a math mind game
Jan
16
revised Fast randomization of a graph, while keeping the graph connected
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Jan
15
comment Fast randomization of a graph, while keeping the graph connected
@Szabolcs It will be surely biased at its current state. But improvement can be made I guess...Whats your say?
Jan
15
revised Fast randomization of a graph, while keeping the graph connected
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Jan
15
answered Fast randomization of a graph, while keeping the graph connected