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Jul
8
comment Mixing tensorial calculation
@Wizard Yes. Namely $a_0=1, \; a_1=x(t), \; a_2= \int_0^t \int_0^{s_1}dx(s_2) \cdot dx(s_1)$
Jul
8
comment Mixing tensorial calculation
@yohbs Thank's I have just make some modifications in the way to improve this question as you have suggested.
Jul
8
comment Mixing tensorial calculation
@Guess who it is I have do some clafication.
Jul
3
comment Draw a vector with mathematica
Thank you so much for yours help.
Mar
9
comment Simulation of the semicircle Wigner Theorem
My question is to do the same thing that was done for the central limit theorem as it is shown in this page demonstrations.wolfram.com/TheCentralLimitTheorem
Mar
5
comment Sign of expression with several parameters
Thank you for your help
Mar
2
comment Sign of expression with several parameters
@Bill Thank you for your speed comment. I have correct it.
Feb
23
comment How can I make an animated demonstration of the Wigner semicircle distribution?
Special Thank to Kuba for his gracious help.
Feb
23
comment How can I make an animated demonstration of the Wigner semicircle distribution?
Thank for your patience. It's work thank's to Kuba help.
Feb
23
comment How can I make an animated demonstration of the Wigner semicircle distribution?
@Yves Klett How to get this image in mathematica 10
Feb
17
comment System of differential equation with delay
@Harry In mathematica 10 it is possible to sove an EDO with delay.
Feb
17
comment System of differential equation with delay
@Bill Excuse me. p[t] instead y[t], I give the correction.
Nov
18
comment Import a web page with $\LaTeX$ code including images (png or other)
thank you for your help. What is the correct script with Cases and Import
May
27
comment Plot a real part of complex equation depending on a parameter
But I must to plot $t\mapsto \Re(z)$ where $z\in \mathbb C$ solution of the above equation.
Jan
15
comment A good choice to find solutions of ODE
We assume that $x(t)$ and $y(t)$ are discontinous functions at points $t_k$.
Jan
15
comment A good choice to find solutions of ODE
thank you rcollyer for your comment to this post. I have improved the question as you have request.