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Kay Herbert
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I just installed Cuda from Nvidia on my Windows 10 Lenovo X1 no problem: In[1]:= Needs["CUDALink`"] In[2]:= CUDAInformation[] Out[2]= {1 -> {"Name" -> "GeForce GTX 1650 with Max-Q Design", "Clock Rate" ->...
Thank you for the badge! I posted this because I think the IHME Model is way off and overly optimistic. They constantly have to upward revise the fatalities. ![enter image description here][1] [1]:...
Works for me as well i7-9750H 2.6Ghz 16GB, home edition
Sometimes the web sites use JSON files, so I look for ".json" file path in the source of the website: ![enter image description here][1] [1]: https://community.wolfram.com//c/portal/getImageAttachment?filename=4098Capture.JPG&userId=81318 ...
Dr. Chung recently received a reward from Wolfram for his symbolic package. Does anyone know how to gain access? here is his book: [book][1] defunct link: http://symbcomp.gist.ac.kr/ defunct 2011 sample: ...
Wolfram doesn't offer a compiler to standalone APPs. However you can make CDF's or Enterprise CDF's (computable document format) that can be distributed, or you can deploy your software on the cloud + more...
It could also be your boundary conditions: In[28]:= ClearAll["Global`*"] In[29]:= DSolve[{x^2*y''[x] + 7*x*y'[x] + 9*y[x] == 0, y'[-1] == -9 - 3 I (2 I - 9 \[Pi]), y[-1] == -I (2 I - 9 \[Pi])}, y[x], x] ...
What happens when you call Solve[] with the modified equal? I never understood why I couldn't operate on equations in mathematica as nature intended :(
Hyper geometric functions aren't uncommon. if p=2 it greatly simplifies: In[19]:= -(( 2 \[Pi] HypergeometricPFQRegularized[{1/2, 1, 1}, {1 - p, 1 + p}, ( 2 e)/(-1 + e)])/(-1 + e)) /. p -> 2 Out[19]= (2 (-2 + 2...
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