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Mar
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comment Using a compiled function inside NIntegrate gives “CompiledFunction::cfsa” message
A same trick has been applied in this question, too. mathematica.stackexchange.com/q/40755/5943
Feb
16
awarded  Yearling
Feb
12
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
5
revised Unwanted PlotMarkers appear at non-existent places
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Feb
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revised Unwanted PlotMarkers appear at non-existent places
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Feb
5
comment Unwanted PlotMarkers appear at non-existent places
@Alexey Popkov, I agree, already reported.
Feb
4
comment Unwanted PlotMarkers appear at non-existent places
@Coolwater, good guess, thanks! None vs False, I remember there are similar cases, but can't exactly recall them for now.
Feb
4
accepted Unwanted PlotMarkers appear at non-existent places
Feb
4
asked Unwanted PlotMarkers appear at non-existent places
Jan
21
comment Why Min cannot be used as constrains of NMinimize?
@xzczd, Your definition of min[x_List] subtly postpones the evaluation of min@f[m1, m2] until the desired state is reached. This is a very nice trick. I was thinking something like to use Hold and ReleaseHold to do the same, but faild to find a way to actually insert these command inside NMinimize... Thank you for your answer! And you have my gratitude for showing the subtle trick.
Jan
21
accepted Why Min cannot be used as constrains of NMinimize?
Jan
20
revised Why Min cannot be used as constrains of NMinimize?
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Jan
20
comment Why Min cannot be used as constrains of NMinimize?
@rasher, the math used in this code is just an easy example, my real problem is much more complex than it :)
Jan
20
asked Why Min cannot be used as constrains of NMinimize?
Jan
10
comment How to visualize the structure of this dynamic programming code
Excellent code! I will study it, thank you!
Jan
8
accepted How to visualize the structure of this dynamic programming code
Jan
7
awarded  Critic
Jan
7
comment How to visualize the structure of this dynamic programming code
This is a good idea! Actually I got inspired by your result: can we make a graph like this, say, by using mouse to select a rectangle area, we can then show a new sub-graph containing only the nodes inside that area? This will be quite useful...
Jan
6
asked How to visualize the structure of this dynamic programming code
Dec
8
comment Using high RasterSize or ImageResolution changes contour pattern
I decide to accept Silvia's answer because it directly solves the original problem. But I also want to express my appreciation for your answer, it will be useful in future!