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revised Plotting self-made functions
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answered Plotting self-made functions
Feb
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comment Define a function with variables linked implicitly
@fanshenry: Sorry, I took "Eventually I would like to draw a graph" to mean that drawing the graph was your end goal. To define the function itself, you can try using Solve or NSolve or use Michael E2's method. When I have some more time, I'll edit my answer to explain the use of MeshFunctions, but in the meantime you could look at the documentation.
Feb
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comment Define a function with variables linked implicitly
Related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/34092/484
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answered Define a function with variables linked implicitly
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comment How to plot feasible objective space of a Generic Multiobjective Optimization problem?
Can you give the definition of "feasible design space of objective functions" for those of us not intimately familiar with multiobjective optimization terminology?
Feb
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comment How to make a cylinder with bottom that shows hidden part of edge as dashed curve
Oh man, that ViewPoint -> Dynamic[vp] trick is neat. I know I'm going to be using that in the future.
Feb
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comment Modifying Game of Life code so that the lattice can be seeded with life forms
@belisarius: I don't think "be ignorant of" is one of the meanings of the verb "ignore"...
Feb
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comment Efficient Lloyd Sampling of Images
Apparently the weighted CVT works pretty well nevertheless. See the paper "Weighted Voronoi stippling" by Adrian Secord, which I think you will find quite interesting and relevant.
Feb
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comment Efficient Lloyd Sampling of Images
Your algorithm converges to a Voronoi diagram in which every site is the intensity centroid of its cell, which is not the same as a Voronoi diagram in which every cell contains approximately the same total intensity. Observe that even for a constant intensity, the result is a centroidal Voronoi tessellation whose cells can have different areas.
Feb
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comment How I calculate the volume of multiple intersecting spheres?
Do you want the volume of the intersection of the spheres, or the volume of the union of the spheres (which happen to be intersecting)?
Feb
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comment Meshing of a cube
Use the options "MeshElementType" and "MeshRefinementFunction".
Feb
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comment A better “VisibleSpectrum” function?
It seems the internal functions are only available after you call ChromaticityPlot once. Is that normal?
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comment How to filter acoustic signal
The question is a bit unclear (squiggly marks on a graph is not a substitute for a precise specification) but this previous question seems related: mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/22528/484
Jan
28
revised Long running ToElementMesh with very “large” domains
bug confirmed by user21
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27
comment Mollweide maps in Mathematica
Is there an inverse of GeoGridPosition? ImageTransformation is much faster than ImageForwardTransformation, I think.
Jan
27
comment Mollweide maps in Mathematica
Also, less chance of writing the equations wrong.