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comment specifying a list (vector) of arbitrary length
@Gleno: exactly, thanks, has been edited
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asked specifying a list (vector) of arbitrary length
Jul
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comment How can I modify the interval of the function Image[]?
As mentioned by Rahul Narain Rescale should do the job. Be aware that using Image[] afterwards still clips the portion of the intensity values outside [0,1] for viewing purposes (not in the internal representation). Using ImageAdjust on an image will rescale the values to [0,1].
Jul
10
comment Mathematica 10 trial limitations
Ok thanks. It's what I suspected. We will see if Wolfram will change anything in the near future regarding the trial. At least I think it is quite a shame limiting it in that way. Kind of defeats the purpose of testing the new release.
Jul
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asked Mathematica 10 trial limitations
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comment Alternative for MapThread in listable functions
Good advice, I am pretty sure you are right on that one.
Jul
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awarded  Curious
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revised Alternative for MapThread in listable functions
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revised Alternative for MapThread in listable functions
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answered Alternative for MapThread in listable functions
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answered “not a list of numbers” and “cannot be used for replacing ”
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awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment Constraint minimization with NMinimize
Without reading everything I suspect that your problem has local optima that do no correspond with a global optimum. One solution to that would be to try a different Method for NMinimize (see Details and Options in the Mathematica Reference for NMinimize)
May
19
comment Need to parallelize function f in a iteration
it's a recursive formula, so it is not parallelizable, using ParallelTable, etc., won't help there either
May
19
comment How to optimize my code?
From what I can see one major bottleneck is the use of InterpolatingPolynomial. The question is if you really need it. You might be able to obtain your own compilable version of it (as far as I know InterpolatingPolynomial is not compilable) and speed up your code that way.
May
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awarded  Benefactor
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accepted make mathematica recognize CCompiler and compile CUDA code on remote Windows machine
May
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comment make mathematica recognize CCompiler and compile CUDA code on remote Windows machine
@hailrutan: You were completely right with your assumption about Cygwin being the problem. I do not know what exactly is going wrong when I use OpenSSH with Cygwin, but when I use FreeSSHD everything is working fine out of the box. This means mathematica recognizes the compilers without any further ado. Thanks again for your help, feel free to post some sort of answer, if you want the bounty :).
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