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How to put LaTeX formulas in Word 2010?
I mean I must edit copied Latex equation, maybe to change the font in word or leveling. I heard for program tex2word, but almost nothing about information on internet. |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
pastebin.com/JZ0CXewJ Also you got it on a mail. |
Jul 29 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
No, this integral has a closed form because it is combination of trigonometric function and my limits of integrals are Pi or Pi/2. So, I suppose that can be solved. But function is too large when I will use expand or apart, this will spend lot of time also on one core, ok if it will not spend much time for this it will be function on 50 pages? And what to to do after with the list? |
Jul 29 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
Of course not, I have f(x,y,z) under the three-integral which is so large on 20 pages in combination with constants, but limits of integrals are numeric values. Can I use all cores in this case and how? |
Jul 28 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
Sorry, I mean my limits of integrals are numerical values. I have for example: Integrate [0..5] Integrate [0..8] Integrate [0..2](large function) dx dy dz. Large function is in the form: ax+by+c*z, where a,b,c are analytical constants in form of a, b, c. Can use parallelize in this case? |
Jul 28 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
Problem is that I want analytic result. For a beginning I can decouple my multiple integral. But Analytic calculation for just one can be one month or I don't know how long, because I have computer with 16 cores and I can use just one for calculating. "Maple 15" wrote that they have parallel computation in this version, but I tested and for integrating also couldn't work on many cores in same time. maplesoft.com/products/maple/new_features/index.aspx#parallel |
Jul 28 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
I have integral by five variables, ok for beginning I can integrate one by one, but the problem is how to use all cores for this one integral. Of course FullSimplify command also can not be parallelized. |
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asked | Does Maple 15 use parallel computing for integrating? |
Jul 26 |
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How to import Mathematica 8 file to Maple 13?
Thank you a lot !!! |
Jul 26 |
asked | How to import Mathematica 8 file to Maple 13? |
Jul 26 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
Because I got this message on Win7: ParallelCombine::nopar: No parallel kernels available; proceeding with sequential evaluation. >> |
Jul 26 |
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How to make commands in Mathematica 8 use all cores?
Do you think that it is the same problem under the Linux? |