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Mathematica kernel dies

It takes about one hour and slightly over 10 gigs memory, and it finishes. No crash. I did not used ; at the end of lines. Wolfram Engine 13.3.0 Linux version and Ryzen 5900X cpu.
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Why doesn't Mathematica abort evaluation when I tell it to?

This behaviour was a common problem in parallel execution, now solved by Mathematica 14. See https://reference.wolfram.com/language/tutorial/IncompatibleChanges.html#140183373 first point.
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Need help to understand subtle difference using Replace in Association

The problem is that Map doesn't care about arithmetic rules. Consider this: fun /@ (2 x) // FullForm (* fun[2]*fun[x] *) So, ...
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Need help to understand subtle difference using Replace in Association

Association has the attribute "HoldAll". Therefore, if you want to evaluate the replacement, you need "Evaluate" like: ...
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Not able to use multiple notebook at a time

This is completely normal and expected, as all the notebooks you open are using the same kernel. You can either set a different kernel for each notebook, or use a different context for each notebook ...
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How to show all bandwidth in adaptive bandwitdh KDE?

The following will give you the adaptive bandwidths that Mathematica uses: ...
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