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For text cleanup, I found that my old friend Regex was needed to clear punctuation. Also, I found occurrences of prefixed and postfixed adjectives (e.g., colors) in the names so I ended up sorting the words within a name: testCase =...
Here is a linear-time method. The idea is to `Sow` positions where a cleave should occur, then construct the sublists from those positions. cleaveList[ll_List, val_, rlen_] := Module[ {j = 0, k = 0, posns, td, res}, posns = ...
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Principle of computational equivalence (discovered by S. Wolfram): [https://www.inc.com/allison-fass/stephen-wolfram-principle-of-computational-equivalence.html][1] [1]:...
Whether dynamic or static, discrete or continuous, a neural network is a probability density function. Back-propagation is a means of determining weights in a static feed-forward neural network. GE employed them in clothes dryers for automatic...
Wow Rohit. You made my day. Much obliged. Much to be learned.. Thanks! //Mike
You could use `wmic` and `RunProcess` like so: RunProcess[{"wmic", "cpu", "get", "name"}]["StandardOutput"] "Name Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4930MX CPU @ 3.00GHz "
At least numerically the solutions are if not equal, but almost equal. The negative values of alpha1 are missing, here for alpha1 = .237: w1a = W1 /. {Cos[\[Alpha]1] -> c1, Cos[\[Alpha]3] -> c3, Sin[\[Alpha]3] -> Sqrt[1 - c3^2]}; w2a =...
Thanks to your help, I made the code I wanted. Thank you very much.
Thank you. That works, and {Right, Top} is better than my absolute placement.