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Oct
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awarded  Editor
Oct
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revised Expand just first level of an expression
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Oct
31
answered Expand just first level of an expression
Oct
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awarded  Teacher
Oct
28
comment Integral evalutation
Oh, and Re@x=Re[x] is just the real part of x.
Oct
28
comment Integral evalutation
Not sure about a reference, but numerical approximations can fail, if, for example, the numerical values involved are very small. In that case the floating point reals in the computer cannot properly store those values. One could try to rescale the problem. Another problem can appear if one has highly oscillating integrals. Think of a, say, a sinus function with very high frequency. One then has lots of parts that cancel, but the numerical approximation only evaluates some of those. Depending on what points exactly are used for the approximation the resulting integral can be large or small.
Oct
27
answered Integral evalutation
Oct
25
asked Bug? malloc munmap_chunk: Assertion failed
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22
awarded  Curious
Oct
21
comment Exporting Code to pdf
Actually, it seems that my Mathematica 9 does not use the Printout environment in this case and thus changes to this environment have no effect. CurrentValue[PrintingStyleEnvironment] gives Printout though. Very strange.
Oct
21
asked Exporting Code to pdf
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awarded  Scholar
Mar
24
awarded  Supporter
Mar
24
accepted Write memory usage to file in script
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24
asked Write memory usage to file in script
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asked Can one use Map during Expand?
Aug
23
comment Auto line breaks in workbench
Hmm, so it seems Workbench has no line wrap. And installing the word-wrap plugin for various versions of eclipse does not seem to work with workbench.
Aug
23
asked Auto line breaks in workbench
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9
awarded  Informed
Jul
9
comment Strange ParallelMap behavior
Hmm, but the documentation of DistributeDefinitions states that "Higher-level parallel commands automatically distribute definitions needed". So why would I need this? Bug? And how would I know when to use DistributeDefinitions?