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PhD student in Theoretical Physics

Research interests include Quantum Optomechanics and Quantum Optics


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revised Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica
Shortened question to be more focused on what the OP is really asking.
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comment Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica
I took the liberty to delete the second half of the question, which I think is not really relevant for what you are trying to achieve (edit still has to be reviewed by the mods). Hope that is ok for you, otherwise please revert it.
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comment Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica
@TheQuantumPhysicist So in this case I would suggest that you edit your question to make it clear what you are really looking for, i.e. a way to set a variable on specific kernels. It would also be worth a look if there are any duplicates out there. I did a quick search but didn't find anything appropriate.
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answered Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica
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comment M9 performance regression for Fold?
I can confirm the exact same behaviour on Linux Mint Debian with both Mathematica 8 and 9.
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revised Solving Stochastic differential equation
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comment Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica
Then you can still do what I suggested above, just with a subset of Kernels[]
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comment Copy a variable to a specific kernel in Mathematica
I can't answer your question and honestly I'm not completely sure what you are trying to do, but for the second snippet of code you would use something along the lines of With[{var2=var2},ParallelEvaluate[var=var2]]. Also note that mapping over Kernels[] is not necessary as by default the command is evaluated on all available kernels.
Apr
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comment How can I calculate the limit without using the L'Hopital's rule
Nice, I like this way much better :)
Apr
14
comment How can I calculate the limit without using the L'Hopital's rule
Ok, we will see what the OP says anyways.
Apr
14
comment How can I calculate the limit without using the L'Hopital's rule
I am guessing this is math homework and should be migrated, don't you think so?
Feb
12
comment Make Sinc'[0] return 0 instead of Indeterminate
I of course agree that you need to take the limit but the same reasoning could be applied to Sinc alone. So I agree with @Rojo above that the reason to have a Sinc function should be that you don't have to evaluate Limit[Sin[x]/x,x->0] every time. It would be nice if the same was true for Sinc'.
Feb
11
comment Double integral with variable in the limits
@AlexeiBoulbitch Can you elaborate on your comment a bit? I would be interested what you mean with quasi analtytical. Also, how do you know it's not dimensionless?
Feb
6
comment Integration of DiracDelta
I think it would be nice to replace the integration region in the first integral by R^3 though.
Feb
6
comment Integration of DiracDelta
Hmpf... you beat me to it ;) +1
Feb
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Jan
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comment Understanding Villegas-Gayley
@JacobAkkerboom Could you explain to us what you mean by downcode?
Jan
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comment Estimating a distribution using binned data
You could try posting this at Cross Validated first to identify an appropriate method to tackle this problem...
Dec
31
comment Redefine ArcCot to be inverse of range [0, Pi]
It's well known that compilation does not use user defined rules for built in functions (at least for some of them, I'm not sure if it's true for all of them). On the other hand I don't think it's surprising that things like this happen when you redefine protected functions. An easy fix is to define your own...