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bio website cedrich.net
location Geneva, Switzerland
age 28
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Mar
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awarded  Quorum
Mar
26
comment Implementation of a Hanning filter
Except that nobody calls me Cedring while Hanning is commonly used (even if the origin is doubtful: Hann / Hamming => Hanning).
Mar
26
comment Implementation of a Hanning filter
In this case they are synonyms.
Mar
26
asked Implementation of a Hanning filter
Feb
28
accepted Loop optimization
Feb
7
accepted How to open directly the help/reference window from a notebook
Feb
5
comment How to open directly the help/reference window from a notebook
I didn't know that ...
Feb
5
asked How to open directly the help/reference window from a notebook
Nov
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awarded  Notable Question
Oct
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comment Connecting to remote kernel on iMac from a MacBook Pro client
I have the exact same problem... I have no problem to connect to other kernels, but in the exact same case as the question here it fails without even asking for a password.
Jul
6
comment Licence and number of controlling kernels
@YvesKlett The licence is a home use licence, provided as a "premier service" associated with my site licence. I defined 2 local kernels + other remote kernels, all working fine, and possibly at the same time.
Jul
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
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comment Licence and number of controlling kernels
@sebhofer It seems that I don't have the same behavior (see other comment), could you give more details on what s happening for you ?
Jul
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comment Licence and number of controlling kernels
@YvesKlett I indeed created 3 local kernel definitions (+ remote ones), I opened three notebooks, pointed each one to a different local kernel and executed Pause[10] on each of them simultaneously.
Jul
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asked Licence and number of controlling kernels
Jun
26
revised Implementing new algebra for list-like objects
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Jun
26
accepted Implementing new algebra for list-like objects
Jun
26
comment Implementing new algebra for list-like objects
OK, thanks, I understood what you're talking about. Very good point. From the point of view of automatic differentiation considering that we go to higher order (of derivatives), or with more than one variable, then I think the rules get too complex to be represented that simply (dual numbers), but anyway I can create a new Head and define the rules.
Jun
25
comment Implementing new algebra for list-like objects
@Stefan I think that's overcomplicating the problem. I think my question is mainly about overloading.
Jun
25
comment Implementing new algebra for list-like objects
@Stefan I want to overload explicitly. From what I understand, in the link you gave, the operator is not defined, just a set of rules to use the properties of the operator is defined. Here I want to explicitly define it, working component by component (I can make use of the indices in the list).