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Mathematica: Technical Computing Software—Taking You from Idea to Solution

Mathematica: Technical Computing Software—Taking You from Idea to Solution
For more than 25 years, Mathematica has defined the state of the art in technical computing—and provided the principal computation environment for millions of innovators, educators, students, and others around the world. Widely admired for both its technical prowess and elegant ease of use, Mathematica provides a single integrated, continually expanding system that covers the breadth and depth of technical computing—and with Mathematica Online, it is now seamlessly available in the cloud through any web browser, as well as natively on all modern desktop systems.

Maple 15 – Technical Computing Software for Engineers, Mathematicians, Scientists, Instructors and Students What's New in Maple 18 New tools for visualization, time series analysis, app development, fractals, and much more! Read about these and other great new features in Maple 18. webMathematica: Key Advantages Solutions in Minutes, Not Months, of Development Work webMathematica makes all of the functionality of Mathematica available for website development. This easy access to the latest high-level computational algorithms as well as to powerful data analysis, graphics, and typesetting functions means that you can concentrate on solving your problems, not on programming solutions yourself. Regardless of the size of the application you are creating, developing it in webMathematica will cut your development time and make your application more robust as well as easier to use and maintain.

File Exchange - MATLAB Central Search Files Advanced Search Browse Functions Apps Examples Octave GNU Octave is a high-level interpreted language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and for performing other numerical experiments. It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation.

Une interview de Jay Cross, l'auteur d'Informal Learning Jay Cross, Chief Scientist à l’ Internet Time Group, est l’auteur de Informal Learning: Rediscovering the natural pathways that inspire innovation and performance (Apprentissage informel: A la redécouverte des voies naturelles inspirant l’innovation et la performance), publié en 2006. J’ai demandé à Jay pourquoi il avait écrit ce livre, et il m’a répondu que peu de choses avaient été publiées au sujet de l’apprentissage informel en milieu professionnel, bien que ce soit ainsi que l’essentiel de l’apprentissage se déroule. Les chiffres ont démontré qu’environ 80% de l’apprentissage en milieu professionnel est informel, mais que peu de professionnels de la formation s’y intéressaient.

Chapter 1: Introduction (Immersive Linear Algebra) This chapter was intentionally meant to be as short as possible, so that you (the reader) can start with the real content (starting in Chapter 2) swiftly. To navigate in this book, you can use the menu button in the upper left corner, and click on links for chapters, sections, figures, etc. In the next section, we will introduce our book's basic notation, which will not be introduced later in this book. Hence, linear algebra specific notation, e.g., vectors, points, matrices, etc., will be introduced throughout the book. Finally, this introductory chapter ends with a recap of some trigonometry (Section 1.2), which may be good to review before starting with the rest of the book.

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How Reddit Built Its Empire On 500 Bucks, Stickers, And Giving People What They Want Back in 2005, my college friend Steve Huffman and I got $12,000 from Y Combinator and moved into an apartment in Medford, Mass. In our wildest dreams we couldn't have imagined that now, six years later, our website, reddit, would be getting 35 million unique visitors and over 2.8 billion pageviews per month (at the time of this writing). We launched the site without any categories--just one big front page of links about anything the community wanted. Today, the community is made up of thousands of awesome subreddits, ranging from topics like cute animal photos to politics to male fashion advice. And this marvelous community of communities owes its existence to a massive advertising budget of...$500.

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