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@ Paul I didn't mean to write a review of the paper, but rather to implement in Wolfram Language the main ingredients of the steps used to run the large simulations from the paper. Yes, there are quite a few papers that deal with hash...
I added the original notebook.
Thanks for posting the code! Great idea of extruding the snow to get thicker flakes.
Dear Mr. Michael, Thank you for your reply. All your comments were very valuable and indeed I have been able to reach higher orders in a faster time. I would like to ask about the following FindRoot routine (the last to number in INT are the...
Dear Michael Trott, Since 2009 I've been greatly wondering if my integral could possibly have a closed form that could be found in like manor as yours. Its DirichletEta^(m)[m] derivatives of its sum analog extensively use the same terms as the...
That is for sum of two cores. It might be proved by indicating the number of the used core in ParallelEvaluate[]: In[17]:= ClearAll[x] x[] := RandomInteger[10, {100, 1000}] x[] // ByteCount ParallelEvaluate[MaxMemoryUsed[total =...
I think this paper has some relevance: > [*Seeing shapes in seemingly random spatial patterns: Fractal analysis of Rorschach inkblots*][1] > Taylor RP, Martin TP, Montgomery RD, Smith JH, Micolich AP, Boydston C, et al. (2017) > PLoS ONE...
Thank you very much! You are such a great help! :) Best regards Mariusz.
Thanks for sharing the information, it's just amazing (-.-)
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