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comment Inconsistent results from equivalent integrals
Does Mathematica therefore assume, during the first integration with the trig functions, that $a$ and $b$ are not complex?
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comment Sum or Product with Exclusions
@J.M. I had not - that's perfect, care to make it an answer?
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comment Sum or Product with Exclusions
@J.M. Yes, I ended up using Product[If[k != j, (x - l[[j]])/(l[[k]] - l[[j]]), 1], {j, 1, Length[l]}], just wondering if there was something built in to take care of things like this. Thanks for the suggestions!
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comment Gröbner basis on a particular set of equations
@R.M I added it in plain text above.
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comment Gröbner basis on a particular set of equations
@Mr.Wizard Followed the suggestion here, which was to put it on github. It's a notebook file (.nb), not raw code, so you'll still have to download it and run it. Incidentally, I ended up using Singular's modStd command, which handled it with aplomb.
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comment Gröbner basis on a particular set of equations
@Mr.Wizard Sure - before I upload it to mediafire again, what's the preferred way to do this? Presumably this site may have many situations requiring attachments of code, is there a suggested way to upload it, or a preferred third-party host?
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comment Does parallel programming use up large quantities of memory in Mathematica?
@ToddAllen I had incorrectly stated that ParallelTable sends a copy of the memory to each parallel kernel - the answer by acl asserts that this is, in fact, not true. I have updated my answer as well.
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comment Does parallel programming use up large quantities of memory in Mathematica?
@acl Yes, you're absolutely correct. I will adjust my answer to refer to your post for this part, I guess in my experience I was always doing things like ParallelTable[tbl1[[i]],{i,1,10}] and not realizing that if I didn't interact with the data it would not copy it to the other kernels.