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comment How do you use fourier transforms to perform a deconvolution
That was an incredibly clear explanation. Thank you.
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accepted How do you use fourier transforms to perform a deconvolution
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asked How do you use fourier transforms to perform a deconvolution
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accepted Definite and Indefinite integral give different results for piecewise function
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accepted NIntegrate failling on floating value
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comment NIntegrate failling on floating value
They were originally Q R with an implied multiplication, but a substitution of /. R->1 Turned them into Q 1. It's not supposed to be Q1
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asked NIntegrate failling on floating value
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asked Definite and Indefinite integral give different results for piecewise function
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comment Are there any cases when For[] loops are reasonable?
@Albert I agree that a comment would be the better options, but a belt and suspenders approach would argue that it makes sense to do both. Also, while a programmer can sit down and try and turn a For loop into parallel code, already has a built in ParallelTable, ParallelMap, and ParallelDo, but no ParallelFor. If a future programmer wants to parallelize the For loop, she's at least going to be forced to read the code first.
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answered Are there any cases when For[] loops are reasonable?
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accepted Parallelizing Numerical Integration in Mathematica
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revised Parallelizing Numerical Integration in Mathematica
Added more information about the term being integrated.
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