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For questions on writing functions (pure or using Set/SetDelayed) for any purpose, including the features that may be incorporated in those functions, such as options, patterns and conditions.

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I have to evaluate the components of a 6x6 matrix $S$. This matrix depends upon the semi-axes of an ellipsoid $a1$, $a2$ and $a3$. For various specific cases (sphere, prolate spheroid, oblate spheroi …
asked May 28 '15 by Dimitris
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Suppose I have two definitions of a function such as arrowAxesXYZ[{a_, b_, c_}] := Map[Arrow[Tube[{{0, 0, 0}, #}]] &, {a + 2, b + 2, c + 2} IdentityMatrix[3]] arrowAxesXYZ[{a_, b_, c_}, arrow …
asked Nov 20 '15 by Dimitris
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I have defined a function that returns different output according to the values of the axes of an ellipsoidal. The function is given below: S[α1_, α2_, α3_, v_] := Module[{sortedargs}, sortedarg …
asked Sep 8 '15 by Dimitris
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Thanks to the aid of MarcoB I found the solution. The function has to evaluate the components of Eshelby Tensor according to the values of ellipsoidal inclusion (do not bother about the physical mean …
answered May 29 '15 by Dimitris
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I have defined a function as follows: fDistance[pointA_, pointB_: {0, 0}, metric_: "taxi"] := Module[{interval}, If[metric == "taxi", interval = Abs[pointB[[1]] - pointA[[1]]] + Abs[poi …
asked Feb 26 '17 by Dimitris
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Say that I have the following: y[t_] := 2 + (2/10)*(1 - Exp[-t/11]) timedat = N[Table[{t, y[t]}, {t, 0, 10, 1/1000}]]; How is it possible to construct an algorithm that it will pick data uniformly …
asked Sep 14 '15 by Dimitris
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I have defined a function that returns different output according to the values of the axes of an ellipsoidal. If none of the Which statement cases is satisfied then the function evaluates the content …
asked Oct 13 '15 by Dimitris
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Ok, I found I workaround. Actually, it does not use the EvalSection command which was given as an answer to my previous relevant query here but utilize an advice I got as comment in the same post. Yo …
answered Oct 13 '15 by Dimitris
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Ok here is the workaround. Actually it's the transfer of above MatLab code in Mathematica's procedural programming. Thanks to Sector, because his comments made me work harder with it!! I would appre …
answered Sep 14 '15 by Dimitris