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May
3
revised Constructing a function with Flat and OneIdentity attribute with the property that otimes[a]:>a
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May
3
comment Constructing a function with Flat and OneIdentity attribute with the property that otimes[a]:>a
Sorry for the confusion. I tried to find a minimal example and it was too minimal (and I did not see that some old Attributes were still set). I edit the question...
May
3
revised Constructing a function with Flat and OneIdentity attribute with the property that otimes[a]:>a
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May
3
comment Constructing a function with Flat and OneIdentity attribute with the property that otimes[a]:>a
@Rojo: otimes[anything]
May
3
comment Constructing a function with Flat and OneIdentity attribute with the property that otimes[a]:>a
@MarkMcClure: it also does not work with NonCommutativeMultiply. NonCommutativeMultiply[a] remains unevaluated.
May
3
asked Constructing a function with Flat and OneIdentity attribute with the property that otimes[a]:>a
Apr
25
revised Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
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Apr
25
revised Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
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Apr
25
comment Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
@Searke: thank you for the suggestion, I will do so.
Apr
25
comment Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
@Szabolcs: the condition which has to be met is $\operatorname{Re} x > 0$. However, I do not believe that it is because of this condition that the integral cannot be performed. Mathematica also does not produce a result for the specific case $x=1$.
Apr
25
revised Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
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Apr
25
revised Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
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Apr
25
comment Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
Oh, my mistake.
Apr
25
asked Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
Apr
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answered Sophistication of Series[…]
Mar
12
comment Does Mathematica have advanced indexing?
@nikie: you are implicitly assuming that the elements of evaluatedCondition are either 0 or 1. This is not always the case (see the code for the || part). I guess the code should be modified slightly not to produce strange result in the case that the condition invokes an Or statement.
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accepted Numerics with Mathematica