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2d
revised Bug in Solve (Mathematica 9)
The issue seems to have been fixed.
2d
revised Wrong Limit in Mathematica 10.0.0
The title is misleading since it seems to only occur in the earliest release of Version 10.
May
19
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Corrected the WhenEvent-solution to show x1'[t] == 0
May
19
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Clarified the question; used more specific vocabulary.
May
19
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Spelling corrected
May
19
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Changed numerical values to integer values so infinite precision inputs are used.
May
18
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Clarified the question
May
18
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Spelling corrected
May
18
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Linked the Pulse Train documentation of Vensim, an SD-software package.
May
18
revised Evaluation problems with NDSolve using the fixed step ExplicitEuler-Method
Updated the definition of b(t) due to a copy error.
Dec
12
revised A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
unfortunately the update was done to early and had to be removed
Dec
12
revised A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
Added update information
Dec
12
revised Timing mathematica code
added 27 characters in body
Dec
11
revised Is there a way to get AbsoluteTime to correctly report absolute time differences?
Reivision of the update due to new release
Dec
10
revised Why are TimeSeries objects reported with head “TemporalData”?
added a subtext to indicate the deeper meaning of the issue
Dec
10
revised Why are TimeSeries objects reported with head “TemporalData”?
spelling
Dec
8
revised Why are TimeSeries objects reported with head “TemporalData”?
As Andy Ross has correctly pointed out EventSeries is in fact also not reported by the function Head.
Dec
8
revised Why are TimeSeries objects reported with head “TemporalData”?
As Andy Ross has correctly pointed out EventSeries is in fact also not reported by the function Head.
Dec
8
revised Why are TimeSeries objects reported with head “TemporalData”?
As Andy Ross has correctly pointed out EventSeries is in fact also not reported by the function Head.
Oct
24
revised A possible bug with regard to DateObjects in Version 10?
Added some clarifying examples and type setting.