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comment Testing Credit Usage in Wolfram Programming Cloud
Although this is of general interest to visitors to this site, please bear in mind that we are just users like you, and have no special knowledge of how WRI charges for services. I'd suggest seeking an answer from WRI directly and then posting the response as an answer to your own question.
Jul
25
comment About Compile Function
??? is Length@Dimensions[p]. In this case, 3.
Jul
23
comment Populate an upper triangular matrix from a vector of elements
The elements are machine integers only? Or...?
Jul
23
comment Mathlink program with low cpu usage on linux machines only
You'd better compile your code with symbols included and link against the debug versions of the MathLink libraries. Then, profile your code. Otherwise, without the code (or another example that demonstrates this issue) and the ability to isolate the problem, it sounds like it would be very difficult to answer you conclusively.
Jul
22
comment Import file using UNC
@Mr.Wizard well I can't really say what it "should" be because it depends how (if?) the OP has set up his shares on that server. All I know is that it can't contain C: as a colon is not a valid character in a UNC path.
Jul
22
comment Import file using UNC
Your UNC path is wrong. I voted to close the question because this is not answerable with respect to Mathematica.
Jul
22
comment Import file using UNC
This question appears to be off-topic because it is not about Mathematica but rather UNC paths
Jul
21
comment Numerical evaluation of ChebyshevT
Numerical instability. N without any precision specified works in machine precision with precision tracking switched off. For high-order polynomials, this is a bad idea. When a precision is specified, the working precision is adjusted so as to ensure that all of the requested digits are correct.
Jul
21
comment on convergence in optimization
Your judgment is required to say whether it is reliable or not. FindMinimum provides you with three different measures of the degree of convergence. From what you know about the problem, and the use to which you intend to put the result, is it good enough, or not? Nobody else can tell you this. If you want more concrete advice from others, I'm afraid you'll have to ask a more concrete question.
Jul
21
revised on convergence in optimization
edited tags
Jul
21
comment on convergence in optimization
"Can we still use this solution for when I calculate one of the constraints using printed data, it is outside the defined range?" does not really make sense to me. Could you clarify? Also, why have you used the [tag:linearprogramming] tag for a nonlinear optimization problem?
Jul
20
reviewed No Action Needed Plot the plane so different condition has a different color
Jul
20
comment Game of Life in 3D
Your question has been closed once because the way you've phrased it is not particularly appropriate for the site; StackExchange sites are not discussion forums, so questions are expected to be more specific and directed. I voted to re-open since clearly it is possible to give a good answer to the question, but we would all appreciate it if you could revise your post into something more suitable for a question-and-answer format. The principal difficulty is that people are expected to vote on the answers, and unless specific criteria are given, it is hard to know how to do so.
Jul
20
reviewed Leave Open What is the order of faces on a D20? How can I optimize the order of faces on a D-n?
Jul
20
reviewed Leave Open How to limit only two "0 and 1" strings for an xor implement?
Jul
20
comment Anti-aliasing not working in Mathematica 10 and Linux
Perhaps they linked against a different library version in the final build that introduced this problem. But this is sheer guesswork. If the problem persists despite the update I suppose you'll have to report it as a bug.
Jul
20
comment Anti-aliasing not working in Mathematica 10 and Linux
Given the flashing problem you also reported: which graphics card driver version are you using, and is it the latest?
Jul
20
revised What information is sent to Wolfram Research when loading or working with Mathematica?
adding some more situations where data is sent to the WRI servers
Jul
18
comment Minimization by Nelder-Mead
Glad to hear you're making progress! I'm sorry, but I really don't think I can help with this problem. My code never produces any inf or nan values, and nor does it perform any linear algebra. So, these values and the error are being produced entirely by your own code, which I haven't seen (and this isn't the place for it anyway). At a guess I would say that, because differential evolution evaluates the objective function with random parameters, perhaps for certain values of these parameters your function is not well behaved. If so, you need to check for that before evaluating it.
Jul
17
comment MinGW-64 and CompilationTarget -> "C": can't make library
-O3 in gcc is supposed to maintain standards compliance, unlike in e.g. Intel C. -Ofast would be the potentially dangerous option. N.B. -O3 does not always produce faster code than -O2 and can actually be slower due to producing more, or more nonlocal memory accesses, or expanding the working set.
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