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PhD student in Theoretical Physics

Research interests include Quantum Optomechanics and Quantum Optics


Aug
12
comment Elegant way to do series expansion around x+$\epsilon$
Ups, I just realized this should have been Series[p[x+ex,y-ey,t],{ex,0,1},{ey,0,1}] or just Series[p[x+e,y-e,t],{e,0,1}]
Aug
12
comment How can I write a function which takes another function of a variable and the variable itself as arguments and gives a list of critical points?
Because if you mean points where the derivative is 0, then your condition doesn't make a lot of sense...
Aug
12
comment How can I write a function which takes another function of a variable and the variable itself as arguments and gives a list of critical points?
Could you pls explain what you mean by critical points?
Aug
12
comment Elegant way to do series expansion around x+$\epsilon$
What's wrong with Series[p[x+e,y-e,t],{e,0,1},{e,0,1}] or Series[p[xx,yy,t],{xx,x,1},{yy,y,1}]?
Aug
12
comment How can I write a function which takes another function of a variable and the variable itself as arguments and gives a list of critical points?
Take a look at Solve
Aug
8
comment Strange behaviour of UpSet
@TeakeNutma Lol, sorry for that :)
Aug
8
comment Strange behaviour of UpSet
I don't see this under V8 btw.
Aug
8
comment Strange behaviour of UpSet
Indeed, I can reproduce this under V10 on Linux
Aug
6
comment How can I get the number of slots in Function?
That makes sense. Don't know why I didn't think of that. Sorry. I only realized that *## doesn't work (and -## neither for that matter). Thanks for the link, I wasn't aware of that post. I looked for "monad" but came up empty handed.
Aug
6
comment How can I get the number of slots in Function?
Mr.Wizard, can you explain how the evaluation of (3) works? Why is + special in this respect and are there other operators which work in the same way?
Aug
6
revised What's the difference between Inactive and HoldForm?
added 429 characters in body
Aug
5
comment Making time-index dependent state-space models - where has the Kalman filter gone?
I see... It seems you're right and Mathematica doesn't support time-dependent Kalman filtering out of the box right now. On the other hand (and I'm guessing you know that), it is fairly easy to implement this functionality yourself (at least for simple models).
Aug
4
comment Mean squared error of two matrices
I think your approach makes total sense if the matrix elements are uncorrelated. If they are not, there might be a better way. You could try searching CrossValitated and come back here once you found a suitable method.
Aug
4
comment the winding number for the circle map (Arnold tongue)
Maybe, but I don't want to expand the nested expression for n=500. Only machines with a lot of memory will be able to handle it.
Aug
4
revised the winding number for the circle map (Arnold tongue)
updated performance comparison
Aug
4
comment the winding number for the circle map (Arnold tongue)
Ok, put my timings there. (The original timings were different for me, so I exchanged all of them. Hope that's ok.)
Aug
4
suggested suggested edit on the winding number for the circle map (Arnold tongue)
Aug
4
comment the winding number for the circle map (Arnold tongue)
That's not a fair comparison though, as ff[1/100,1/500] will compute the exact solution. Try ff@@SetPrecision[{1/100, 1/500}, 880];//AbsoluteTiming! For me the timing differences are negligible.
Aug
4
comment Making time-index dependent state-space models - where has the Kalman filter gone?
What exactly is the question? You are looking for KalmanEstimator I think. And StateSpaceModel is not new btw, it's been there since V8.
Aug
3
comment Why does Mathematica appear to change the head of certain expressions?
Mr.Wizard, do you have new insight in the problem with the short forms you linked to? You said in one of the comments you might post a partial solution at some point. I'm sure many people would be interested (including me)!