Piotr Semenov
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 Jan 25 awarded Good Question Jul 20 comment Wolfram MAtematica I recommend you to learn new topics WITH Mathematica. Just query Google with something like "Bayesian Statistics Using Mathematica". You will find a lot of books, papers, talks, etc. Also see the Mathematica Journal (www.mathematica-journal.com/). Jul 10 revised Any examples how the software industry uses the Mathematica in production? added 75 characters in body Jul 9 comment Any examples how the software industry uses the Mathematica in production? @m_goldberg: I mean the companies which staple is the software, technologies (or stack of them). I do not want to consider the companies those produce the research papers, simulation results, academicware or something like that. Jul 9 revised Any examples how the software industry uses the Mathematica in production? added 6 characters in body; edited title Jul 9 asked Any examples how the software industry uses the Mathematica in production? Jul 9 accepted How does Mathematica wrap code for front-end needs? Why does this wrapping affect the evaluation? Jul 9 accepted FiniteFields package is very slow. Any fast substitute for Mathematica? Jul 9 accepted Do you know of any web-based university course that is entirely Mathematica based? Apr 28 comment solving quadratic and linear congruences with different modulus Do you want the main congruences getting fixed while you can add the extra restrictions to their variables? Apr 28 comment solving quadratic and linear congruences with different modulus Let me define the new variables Q1 and C1. Now, you can consider Q and C just as 1 + 768 * Q1 and 511 + 1536 * C1 correspondingly. So your code is `Reduce[{(511 + 1536 * C1)^2 + (1 + 768 * Q1)^4 - 2 ==0, (511 + 1536 * C1) - (1 + 768 * Q1)^2 - 2046 == 0}, Q1, Modulus -> 3072]. Apr 11 awarded Popular Question Mar 25 awarded Yearling Feb 2 accepted How to do the polynomial stuff over finite fields extensions fast? Dec 31 awarded Nice Answer Jul 2 awarded Curious Jun 29 awarded Popular Question Mar 25 awarded Yearling Nov 22 awarded Popular Question Jul 19 awarded Nice Question