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Daniel [@Daniel Lichtblau][at0], I see you added this issue in the documentation several years ago under "Possible Issues" - Thank you. The problem I see is that many engineers do not understand what a "Hermitian inner product" is. I had to look...
Hany, You need to post your code for anyone to help you. This question cannot be answered in the abstract. It is even better if you can post a small problem that exhibits the same behavior in a shorter amount of time. Regards
Matt, Also, [Rubi for Mathematica][1] works well on this problem -- it solves it instantly for both cases. Once it is installed you can do: 0 && z > 0, Int[Int[1/(x^2 + y^2 + z^2)^(3/2), {x, -a, a}], {y, -a, a}]] and ...
Bailen, > Some of the visualizations using ComplexPlot3D can take a couple of days to render This suggests that you are likely doing something wrong in the code. If you post code, we can be more helpful on two fronts: 1. speeding up the...
Marius, You should report this to technical support. It fails for me in version 12.2 but in a different version of Mathematica it solves properly (both give the same answer) ![enter image description here][1] [1]:...
Amir, I did not realize that your companies operate in every sector. Comment #1: you never need the [[;;]] in any of the plot commands. I copied them from your post but they are unnecessary. Comment #2: Here is the answer but now you will...
Aslam, You should normally post your code using the third button on the formatting bar. Without seeing an example that reproduces your problem, it is harder to answer. Also, You should never name anything beginning with capital letters because...
Carlos, To Export the graph, add the line: Export["mypath/myfile.png", xg] or Export["mypath/myfile.jpg", xg] You can experiment with various export options, or use different formats. You can find the details for exporting if...
Marco, Glad I could help! You will see this more often with NSolve because NSolve first tries to solve an equation analytically and then does a numerical solution. Regards, Neil
Chris, You must use PlotRange: ListPlot[{0.0002, 0.7, 0.03, 0.16, 0.013, 0.04, 0.03}, PlotRange -> All] Mathematica's algorithm does automatic zooming on plots as a starting point. You can use PlotRange to specify All or an X or...