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PhD student in Theoretical Physics

Research interests include Quantum Optomechanics and Quantum Optics


Apr
26
revised GridBox/packed array behaviour
added conclusion
Apr
25
comment GridBox/packed array behaviour
I'll report it as a bug when I find the time...
Apr
25
comment GridBox/packed array behaviour
Good catch, would never have thought of that...
Apr
25
awarded  Student
Apr
25
comment GridBox/packed array behaviour
Please tell me you can reproduce that...?
Apr
25
asked GridBox/packed array behaviour
Apr
23
comment How to print without having newline added automatically at the end?
This should probably read "\n", right?
Apr
5
answered Why can't D[] be used in place here?
Apr
2
comment Setting $RecursionLimit across all parallel kernels
R.M: Your code does not work for me (version 8.0.4)! ParallelEvaluate[$RecursionLimit = 10^6] does work though.
Mar
30
comment Random data generator
But you didn't do any correlation test did you? Forgive me if I say something very obvious to you, but it's crucial that random numbers not only have the correct distribution but also the correct correlation function. (Normally I would expect a random number generator to output white noise, i.e. they are not correlated at all.) This can be done for example by employing the Ljung-Box test or analyzing the periodogram of the data.
Mar
28
awarded  Supporter
Mar
27
answered Emacs key bind on Mathematica Linux
Mar
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
26
comment Does $x>0$ imply that $x\in\mathbb{R}$?
Ok, so it is obviously true for Simplify. The question is, is it true for everything else? I still think the answer is generally yes, but there might be some exceptions (and bugs) of course...
Mar
26
awarded  Teacher
Mar
26
answered Does $x>0$ imply that $x\in\mathbb{R}$?