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Jan
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comment Selecting values over lists for discrete inputs in NDSolve
I guess Controller[t_?NumericQ]:=.. should solve the issue!
Jan
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Jan
17
reviewed Approve Initiating another Kernel?
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
13
comment What is the largest system of PDE you have solved with Mathematica?
I will suggest that you show us the system of PDEs for say two molecules. Provide us the formulation for the general case of n molecules. I guess then with a small example system being presented in your question suggestions here will be more fruitful to you.
Jan
6
comment Web Browsing Automation with Mathematica
@Arnoud Buzing Can you provide a minimal example of how to use Execute[] to run some javascript? I can find this function in the WebUnit source code. There is no documentation so I am asking you here.
Dec
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reviewed Approve
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reviewed Approve difference-equations tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve finite-element-method tag wiki excerpt
Nov
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comment BSpline or other curve through arbitrary ordered sequence of two-dimensional points
This two links can help you mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/26893/… and mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/60619/…
Nov
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reviewed Approve How to load a custom mathematica package from a .m file?
Oct
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reviewed Approve Tangled up in sequences and recurrence relations
Oct
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comment graph of the Cantor set in Mathematica
Check here demonstrations.wolfram.com/CantorSet
Oct
14
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
13
reviewed Approve Generate random points in a region with higher probability in a sub-region
Oct
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reviewed Approve How to create a planar graph from a set of random points
Oct
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reviewed Approve Deleting all characters in a string that do not belong to a small set of elements
Oct
10
comment what to do when NSolve does not solve
After observing the plot you can numerically solve the equation using FindRoot[f[x] == 0, {x, #}] & /@ {-0, 6} in this case. Also look at the interesting answers here mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/5663/…
Oct
6
reviewed Approve How to show matrix multiplication step by step?
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