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awarded  Curious
Apr
25
accepted Using KalmanFilter or KalmanEstimator
Apr
24
comment Using KalmanFilter or KalmanEstimator
@bill s. I think you didn't understand what I am trying to do. I added a figure to clarify.
Apr
24
revised Using KalmanFilter or KalmanEstimator
I added a figure to clarify.
Apr
21
comment Using KalmanFilter or KalmanEstimator
@bill s: Thanks, but I wasn't able to find a variation of your code that does give something that resembles signalFunction@samplePoints. The first example under Applications at reference.wolfram.com/language/ref/… gives an example of doing this sort of thing. However, I don't know enough about the KalmanFilter to adapt that approach to my problem.
Apr
21
awarded  Promoter
Apr
19
comment Using KalmanFilter or KalmanEstimator
I neglected to change [Omega]s to a number or provide a value. [Omega]s is a Symbol, not a product of symbols. That should be [Omega\s=130.0 (i.e. endpoints {130.0,188.0} )
Apr
18
asked Using KalmanFilter or KalmanEstimator
Mar
8
answered Why does Simplify[b-a] give -a+b and not b-a?
Feb
22
answered Defining my own invisible operator
Feb
22
answered Estimate parameters of the state space model
Feb
8
awarded  Yearling
Dec
19
asked How to avoid CopyTensor in CompiledFunctions?
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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
21
comment Logarithmic slider
Amazing that you went so deep into undocumented functions!
Jul
20
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
20
revised What Mathematica features and idioms have n^2 complexity or worse
I added a link to a page the quadratic complexity of AppendTo.
Jul
20
revised What Mathematica features and idioms have n^2 complexity or worse
I added evidence that Union[data,test] has quadratic complexity.
Jul
19
asked What Mathematica features and idioms have n^2 complexity or worse
Jul
17
revised Help in NIntegration Methods - Takes too long, why?
Editted my comment on how to use a Cartesian product of GuassKronrod points to work for a tripple integral.