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CellularAutomaton -- general cellualar automaton in 1D, 2D, ect. TurningMachine -- general Tuning machine in 1D, 2D, ect. SubstitutionSystem — general string, array, etc. substitution system in 1D, 2D, etc. ShiftRegisterSequence — sequence from a linear or nonlinear...
Article Id: 13796
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Creating Definitions in Mathematica: Mathematica utilizes a conventional approach to functions when setting rules for transformations. Through the same concept, values can be added and set to variables, where the variable is transformed into symbol for that value. This is a simple transformation rule. It assigns the value of ...
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x=... -- set a variable f[x_]:=... -- define a function that takes any single Assignments: Set (=) -- immediate assignment (right-hand side evaluated immediately) SetDelayed (:=) -- delayed assignment (right-hand side evaluated only when...
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x=v — assign a value (Set) {x,y}={u,v} — assign multiple values {x,y}={y,x} — swap values a[[i]]=v — assign a value to a list/array/expression element x++ ...
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List Set Operations: Tuples Subsets Union Intersection Complement DisjointQ Permutations: Permutations Sort Ordering Signature RandomSample ...
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Solve -- exact solutions to equations and systems NSolve -- general numerical solutions to equations and systems FindRoot -- numerically find local roots of equations DSolve -- exact solutions to differential equations NDSolve -- numerical solutions to differential...
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The MathID is a specific code generated by Mathematica to identify your computer system with your Mathematica software. If you have already installed Mathematica onto your computer and entered your password, review the following: To Find Your Specific MathID in Mathematica: 1. To retrieve your MathID, open Mathematica and from...
Article Id: 13340
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Formula Manipulation in Mathematica Mathematica can process many different formulas of all types, including polynomials containing millions of terms to complex combinations of advanced mathematical functions. It provides transformation and simplification functions that will automatically refer to thousands of rules and algorithms, many of which are...
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To integrate symbolic matrices in Mathematica, use the following...
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Boolean expressions and functions in Mathematica can not only be evaluated, but may also be symbolically manipulated and transformed. Mathematica provides a extensive structure for expressions dealing with Boolean algebra. Below are various commands associated with computing Boolean expressions, as well as their corresponding function to which the...
Article Id: 13803
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