I have a function which depends on more than 30 parameters and I want to symbolically compute the derivatives with respect to the individual parameters.
From the documentation of the
D operator I got the impression that I have to explicitly mention all parameters in the function definition. Is there a way around it? That is, is it possible to take the derivative of a function which is an expression of another symbol, which doesn't appear in the function signature?
If not, is there a way to write the function parameter list on multiple lines, for example like this:
Foo[(* These parameters describe... *) x11, y12, z13, (* And these parameters describe.... *) x21, y22, y23, (* Many more parameters... *)] := (* Function implementation... *)