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Mathematica 10.0 Windows 7, 64-bit, 2 CPUs

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comment How to create a planar graph from a set of random points
Related: How to plot planar graphs as such?.
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revised How to create regular (planar) graphs?
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comment How to create a planar graph from a set of random points
I've edited your question, please check if I got your intention correctly. Feel free to roll back if not.
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answered How to create a planar graph from a set of random points
Apr
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revised Aligning plot axes in a graphics object
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answered Aligning plot axes in a graphics object
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revised How to find out if invisible notebooks are still open
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answered How to find out if invisible notebooks are still open
Apr
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answered Simplify assumes Boolean 1 and 0 in logical expressions
Apr
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comment Better method for creating a tuple out of two lists
Related, though with lists of different lengths: Elegantly pairing up mismatched lists.
Apr
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Apr
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comment Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?
@Daniel Thanks for the input! My question was intentionally left general to focus on number representations instead of other tricks of handling huge data. I think looking for solutions of "how to treat enormous matrices in memory?" would require a different question, at least I don't dare to modify my Q in this direction. In a nutshell however, my problem involves the calculation of the eigenvector corresponding to the largest eigenvalue. But again, this is just one particular problem, and I think this Q now has an answer (even if it is negative).
Apr
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comment Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?
@andre It seems to me that Integers are also represented on 64 bits on my machine.
Apr
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comment Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?
@Stefan Any change to SetPrecision practicly applies a tenfold increase in bytes... I should have said "lower" instead of "change" at the first place :)
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revised Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?
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comment Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?
@Leonid Yes, I am aware of that, but still I wonder if it is possible to represent my data on less then the standard amount of memory. Or should I switch to C (or similar) if I want half precision...
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asked Is it possible to lower the bitwidth of (floating point) numbers?