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Did you look at my link? I think that does what you want. you return and remember the data you compute. your structure would be: CreateDataStructure[value_] := CreateDataStructure[value] = doSomething[value]; Regards
Jay, I generally believe that Show is not a good approach for this. I would use Epilog to add annotations to plots. Manipulate[ Plot[myIndicatorFunc[-2, 5, x], {x, -10, 10}, Epilog -> {Directive[PointSize[0.02], Red], ...
Jay, If you look at the documentation for FourierParameters I posted in your other thread, you control the exponent with the second parameter. ![enter image description here][1] In the case that you like the default definition but prefer the...
It is definitely hard to find. [Here is the complete description][1] Search for FourierParameters -- this is the table that summarizes it. ![enter image description here][2] Regards, Neil [1]:...
First, you state you "would now like to import them into Matlab for controller optimization". Why can't you do your controller design in Mathematica? It has all the functionality of Matlab. Typically you would convert the TransferFunction to a...
Anderson, This button will delete all output cells and reset a notebook: Button["Reset Notebook", FrontEndExecute[ FrontEndToken["DeleteGeneratedCells"]]] Regards, Neil
As to getting pattern matching to work, you can use the fullform to give you insight as to a pattern to match: In[22]:= eqn /. Times[r, Power[Log[Times[Power[N0, -1], S]], -1]] -> T Out[22]= exp1 == T/P Regards
Mike, I am not an expert on Workbench, but I found that if you accidentally hit "run" instead of "debug" in eclipse, the behavior will be identical but breakpoints are ignored. Could this be your problem? Regards, Neil
Jose, 1. [@Jim Baldwin][at0] makes some good points/suggestions for doing what you want. 2. Interpolation[] gives a function that you can use like any other function in MMA -- you can integrate or differentiate it, etc. The only problem is it...
Jesus, > Is there information concerning the number of parameters I could include in the set of equations? There is no limit to the number of parameters (subject to memory and time limits). I have solved equations with huge numbers of...