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Apr
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comment Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
Integrate`InverseIntegrate is included as part of Mathematica versions 9.0+. It is not possible to load a file and make it work in earlier versions.
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comment Why am I getting wildly incorrect results from FirstPassageTimeDistribution with inexact transition matrix?
Yes, I worked on the Markov process functionality.
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revised Why am I getting wildly incorrect results from FirstPassageTimeDistribution with inexact transition matrix?
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answered Why am I getting wildly incorrect results from FirstPassageTimeDistribution with inexact transition matrix?
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comment Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate
Sorry, I should have tested it. This is what it returns in the development version. In[1]:= Integrate`InverseIntegrate[Exp[-x Cosh[t]], {t, 0, Infinity}, Assumptions -> Re[x] > 0] Out[1]= BesselK[0, x]
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answered Incorrect results for elementary integrals when using Integrate