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accepted Transform Root objects into Trigonometric expressions
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comment Transform Root objects into Trigonometric expressions
A family of examples have been added. In my work fairly arbitrary products of these can show up, but handling that use case is likely problematic. This seems to be a good answer for the moment that can be updated as necessary, so I'm going to mark it as the accepted answer for the question.
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comment Transform Root objects into Trigonometric expressions
Thanks. This works part way in that it gives me trigonometric expressions. However, It still doesn't simplify down to the expressions above. However, that may just be a matter of doing things with FullSimplify.
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comment Transform Root objects into Trigonometric expressions
This ends up throwing N:meprec.
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asked Transform Root objects into Trigonometric expressions
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comment Maximum number of literal values for SetDelayed?
The question is then whether or not this is an intended behavior, to which I would wager "no." If there is a consensus on that, can this be marked as a bug? I will pass it along to Wolfram, reporting back on whatever I get as a response.
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accepted Parallelization and Hadoop
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comment Parallelization and Hadoop
It certainly helps. 1. For the problem we are trying to solve right this minute, the number of equations is on the order of 3000 or so in approximately 100 variables. However, I know that this can be on the order of 10^4 or 10^4 equations in 10^3 or so variables. 2 and 3. This sounds like it provides a concise answer to the question and your description of how to proceed sounds like something we've already discussed a bit. Thanks!