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8831Theorema 2.0: A System for Mathematical Theory Exploration
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Contributed by: Wolfgang Windsteiger. Theorema 2.0 stands for a re-design including a complete reimplementation of the Theorema system, which was originally designed, developed, and implemented by Bruno Buchberger and his Theorema group at RISC. In this talk, we want to present the current status of the new implementation, in particular the new user interface of the system.ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 12:19:00 -0600Finite Element Formulations Applied to Outer Ear Modeling
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Contributed by: Gaia Volandri, Costantino Carmignani, Francesea Di Puccio, Paola Forte. The work described in this paper is part of a broader research activity on the development of a virtual ear. The present study focuses on the tympanic membrane and auditory canal modeiing, which are important components in sound transmission. The standard finite element method (FEM) and an alternative method ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 12:15:30 -0600Evaluation of Measurement Uncertainty of Fabric Surface Resistance Implied by the Van der Pauw Equation
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Contributed by: Magdalena Tokarska. This paper presents a method for evaluating measurement uncertainty in the situation when the function of the measurement model occurring in an implicit mathematical form. The Van der Pauw equation used for determining the surface resistance of an electroconductive specimen was selected as a sample measurement model. With the use of the Mathematica program, it ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 12:10:33 -0600An 8-week Brain MRI Follow-up Analysis of Rat Eosinophilic Meningitis Caused by Angiostrongylus cantonensis Infection
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Contributed by: L. Y. Shyu, H. H. Tsai, D. P. Lin, H. H. Chang, Y. S. Tyan, J. C. Weng. Early differential diagnosis and timely follow-up are advantageous in the management of Angiostrongylus cantonensis infection. This study aimed to characterize angiostrongyliasis in the rat brain for an 8-week period using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with contrast-enhanced T1-weighted images (T1WI), T2- ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 12:05:18 -0600A general family of third order method for finding multiple roots
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Contributed by: D. Sbibih, A. Serghini, A. Tijini, A. Zidna. In this paper, we describe a general family of iterative methods for approximating a multiple root z with multiplicity m of a complex defined function. Almost of the family of the methods existing in the literature that use two-function and one-derivative evaluations are a special choice of this general method. We give some conditions ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 12:00:17 -0600TRANSIT LIGHT CURVES WITH FINITE INTEGRATION TIME: FISHER INFORMATION ANALYSIS
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Contributed by: Ellen M. Price, Leslie A. Rogers. Kepler has revolutionized the study of transiting planets with its unprecedented photometric precision on more than 150,000 target stars. Most of the transiting planet candidates detected by Kepler have been observed as long-cadence targets with 30 minute integration times, and the upcoming Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite will record full ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:57:31 -0600Introducing a Comprehensive Data Reduction and Uncertainty Propagation Algorithm for U-Th Geochronometry with Extraction Chromatography and Isotope Dilution MC-ICP-MS
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Contributed by: Ali Pourmand, Francois L. H. Tissot, Monica Arienzo, Arash Sharifi. We present an open-source algorithm in Mathematica application (Wolfram Research) with a transparent data reduction and Monte Carlo simulation of systematic and random uncertainties for U-Th geochronometry by multi-collector ICP-MS. Uranium and thorium were quantitatively separated frommatrix elements through a ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:53:40 -0600Harmonic shears of slit and polygonal mappings
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Contributed by: Saminathan Ponnusamy, Tri Quach, Antti Rasila. In this paper, we study harmonic mappings by using the shear construction, introduced by Clunie and Sheil-Small in 1984. We consider two classes of conformal mappings, each of which maps the unit disk D univalently onto a domain which is convex in the horizontal direction, and shear these mappings with suitable dilatations x. Mappings ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:50:14 -0600Extended Gaussian quadratures for functions with an end-point singularity of logarithmic type
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Contributed by: K. Pachucki, M. Puchalski, V.A. Yerokhin. The extended Gaussian quadrature rules are shown to be an efficient tool for numerical integration of wide class of functions with singularities of logarithmic type. The quadratures are exact for the functions pol1n−1(x) + ln x pol2n−1(x), where pol1n−1(x) and pol2n−1(x) are two arbitrary polynomials of degree n ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:47:31 -0600Diagrams for certain quotients of PSL(2, Z[i])
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Contributed by: QAISER MUSHTAQ, AWAIS YOUSAF. Actions of the Picard group PSL(2, Z[i]) on PL(Fp), where p ≡1(mod 4), are investigated through diagrams. Each diagram is composed of fragments of three types. A technique is developed to count the number of fragments which frequently occur in the diagrams for the action of the Picard group on PL(Fp). The conditions of existence of fixed points ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:44:35 -0600Evolution of The Orbital-Plane Orientations in the Two-Protoplanet Three-Body Problem with Variable Masses
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Contributed by: M. Zh. Minglibayev, G. M. Mayemerova. The three body problem with variable masses with two of the bodies being protoplanets is analyzed. The protoplanetary masses are assumed to be much less than the protosolar mass: m1(t) m0(t), m2(t) m0(t). The variations of the body masses over time are assumed to be known. The masses vary isotropically with different rates: m˙ 0/m0 = ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:41:58 -0600Exploring Interactive and Dynamic Simulations Using a Computer Algebra System in an Advanced Placement Chemistry Course
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Contributed by: Paul S. Matsumoto. The article describes the use of Mathematica, a computer algebra system (CAS), in a high school chemistry course. Mathematica was used to generate a graph, where a slider controls the value of parameter(s) in the equation; thus, students can visualize the effect of the parameter(s) on the behavior of the system. Also, Mathematica can show the steps in the ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:38:59 -0600Length-area-volume of long bubbles in horizontal slug flow
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Contributed by: L.M.C. Matamoros, J.B.R. Loureiro, A.P. Silva Freire. The morphology of long bubbles in horizontal slug flows is experimentally investigated through images obtained with a high-speed camera. The flow conditions resulted in very long and interface-perturbed bubbles, so that a special procedure needed to be developed to correctly identify all of their geometric features. The ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:36:33 -0600Hopf bifurcation of a generalized Moon-Rand system
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Contributed by: Jaume Llibre, Clŕudia Valls. We study the Hopf bifurcation from the equilibrium point at the origin of a generalized Moon-Rand system. We prove that the Hopf bifurcation can produce 8 limit cycles. The main tool for proving these results is the averaging theory of fourth order. The computations are not difficult, but very big and have been done with the help of Mathematica and ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:30:43 -0600Quantum Phenomena Modeled by Interactions between Many Classical Worlds
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Contributed by: Michael J.W. Hall, Dirk-André Deckert, Howard M. Wiseman. We investigatewhether quantum theory can be understood as the continuumlimit of a mechanical theory, in which there is a huge, but finite, number of classical 'worlds,' and quantum effects arise solely from a universal interaction between these worlds, without reference to anywave function. Here, a 'world' means an entire ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:26:28 -06003G network traffic sources measurement and analysis
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Contributed by: Rossitza Goleva, Dimitar Atamian, Seferin Mirtchev, Desislava Dimitrova, Lyubina Grigorova. In this paper, we show statistical analyses of several types of traffic sources in a 3G network, namely voice, video and data sources. For each traffic source type, measurements were collected in order to, on the one hand, gain better understanding of the statistical characteristics of the ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:23:10 -0600Heat and mass transfer of two-layer flows of third-grade nano-fluids in a vertical channel
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Contributed by: U. Farooq, T. Hayat, A. Alsaedi, Shijun Liao. The heat and mass transfer of two-layer flows of non-Newtonian (third-grade) fluid in a vertical channel is investigated in details, when one layer of water is nano-fluid and the other is clear, with the viscous dissipation. In each layer, the boundary-layer flow is governed by coupled nonlinear ordinary differential equations (ODEs). ...ArticlesFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:19:33 -0600Green's Functions with Reflection
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Contributed by: F. Adrián F. Tojo, Alberto Cabada, José Ángel Cid, Beatriz Máquez-Villamarín. The program Green's Functions with Reflection computes the Green's function of a boundary value problem given by a linear nth-order differential equation with reflection and constant coefficients with any kind of two-point boundary conditions.The algorithm employed to reduce the problem to an ODE is ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:11:43 -0600Stock Forecasting and American Option pricing compared to Black-Scholes(BS) using Bayesian Markov Monte Carlo Simulation or Neural Networks with Indicators
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Contributed by: Richard Belshaw. All the relevant indicators are displayed for a timely and a long term investment decision based on the probability of success both in terms of the most probable path into the future and in terms of all paths into the future. In that sense this is a path integration technique that employs Bayesian and Markov thining with a multi path Monte Carlo simulation. ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsFri, 21 Nov 2014 11:05:57 -0600Wildfires simulation package
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Contributed by: Paritosh Mokhasi, Frank Fendell. This package provides tools for performing level-set simulations on complex terrain given a prescribed wind-field. Functions are also provided for generating two and three dimensional wind-fields using divergence-free interpolation. A custom interpolation scheme using radial basis functions is also provided for generating terrain surfaces from ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsFri, 21 Nov 2014 10:59:28 -0600Computational Explorations in Magnetron Sputtering
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Contributed by: E. J. McInerney. Magnetron Sputtering is a widely used industrial process for depositing thin films. PVD films are found in everything from the moisture barriers in potato chip bags to the interconnects of modern semiconductor devices. This book walks you through the physics of Magnetron Sputtering in a step-by-step fashion. Starting with the magnetic fields crucial to efficient ...BooksFri, 21 Nov 2014 10:50:06 -0600QuaternionAnalysis Package
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Contributed by: Fernando Miranda, Maria Irene Falcăo. The QuaternionAnalysis package is a collection of functions that adds functionalities to the Quaternions package for implementing Hamilton’s quaternion algebra. It also provides tools for manipulating regular (or monogenic) quaternion valued functions, in the sense of Fueter. Some of the added new features include the possibility of ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsThu, 13 Nov 2014 10:40:54 -0600NONSTANDARD GAUSS-LOBATTO QUADRATURE APPROXIMATION TO FRACTIONAL DERIVATIVES
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Contributed by: Shahrokh Esmaeili, Gradimir V. Milovanovic. A family of nonstandard Gauss-Jacobi-Lobatto quadratures for numerical calculating integrals of the form 1− 1 f(x)(1−x)α dx, α > −1, is derived and applied to approximation of the usual fractional derivative. A software implementation of such quadratures was done by the recent Mathematica package ...ArticlesWed, 12 Nov 2014 16:23:38 -0600Symbolic Computing Package for Mathematica for Versatile Manipulation of Mathematical Expressions
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Contributed by: Youngjoo Chung. Symbolic Computing package is an add-on package that facilitates symbolic computation in Mathematica. It enables display and interpretation of derivatives, integrals, sums, products, vector operators, brackets, and various forms of subscripts and superscripts using the traditional mathematical notation based on the low-level box language and contains over 700 ...ArticlesWed, 12 Nov 2014 16:19:45 -0600HYPERgeometric functions DIfferential REduction (HYPERDIRE): MATHEMATICA based packages for differential reduction of generalized hypergeometric functions: FD and FS Horn-type hypergeometric functions of three variables
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Contributed by: Vladimir V. Bytev, Mikhail Yu. Kalmykov, Sven-Olaf Moch. HYPERDIRE is a project devoted to the creation of a set of Mathematica based programs for the differential reduction of hypergeometric functions. The current version includes two parts: the first one, FdFunction, for manipulations with Appell hypergeometric functions FD of r variables; and the second one, FsFunction, for ...ArticlesWed, 12 Nov 2014 16:07:31 -0600Sample Size Determination for Logistic Regression: A Simulation Study
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Contributed by: Stephen Bush. This article considers the different methods for determining sample sizes for Wald, likelihood ratio, and score tests for logistic regression. We review some recent methods, report the results of a simulation study comparing each of the methods for each of the three types of test, and provide Mathematica code for calculating sample size. We consider a variety of ...ArticlesWed, 12 Nov 2014 16:03:42 -0600Nonlinear dynamic behavior of viscoelastic sandwich composite plates under non-uniform blast load: Theory and experiment
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Contributed by: Demet Balkan, Zahit Mecitoglu. In this paper, the dynamic behavior of a viscoelastic sandwich composite plate subjected to the nonuniform blast load is investigated. The theoretical and experimental study is carried out. The plate examined has carbon/epoxy face sheets and an aramid honeycomb core. In the theoretical study, the sandwich plate is modeled using first order shear ...ArticlesWed, 12 Nov 2014 15:57:56 -0600Patterns detection in the Time Series
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Pattern analysis in the time series is useful approach for data decomposition and detection of drivers that affect trends, dispersion or curvature. Combination of standard time series techniques with statistical analysis, probability and signal processing methods provide powerful base for quick pattern detection. Mathematica 10 brings extended functionality in every ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsTue, 11 Nov 2014 11:57:23 -0600Jump Diffusion processes
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Jump diffusions play important part in the theory of random processes where the underlying variable is affected by additional source of randomness. Jumps have been added to the repository of tools and methods in quantitative finance to help explaining spikes and shocks to the data in equity, credit or commodity markets. We explore this subject with the help of ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsTue, 11 Nov 2014 11:53:51 -0600学生が学ぶMathematica入門 (Introduction to Mathematica for Students)
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Contributed by: Souji Otabe. This book provides a quick introduction to Mathematica for students. Engineers and scientists need to know about symbolic computation but they also need to know numeric computation to analyze experimental data. In this ebook, Mathematica is treated as a general problem solving tool for science and engineering students. Readers will study basic operation of Mathematica ...BooksFri, 07 Nov 2014 15:31:27 -0600Continuum Mechanics using Mathematica: Fundamentals, Methods, and Applications, second edition
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Contributed by: Antonio Romano, Addolorata Marasco. This textbook's methodological approach familiarizes readers with the mathematical tools required to correctly define and solve problems in continuum mechanics. Covering essential principles and fundamental applications, this second edition of Continuum Mechanics using Mathematica® provides a solid basis for a deeper study of more challenging ...BooksTue, 04 Nov 2014 11:42:40 -0600A Radical Approach to Real Analysis, second edition
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Contributed by: David Bressoud. In the second edition of this MAA classic, exploration continues to be an essential component. More than 60 new exercises have been added, and the chapters on Infinite Summations, Differentiability and Continuity, and Convergence of Infinite Series have been reorganized to make it easier to identify the key ideas. A Radical Approach to Real Analysis is an ...BooksTue, 04 Nov 2014 11:33:25 -0600Mathematik fur Informatiker (Mathematics for Computer Scientists) Band 2: Analysis und Statistik 3. Auflage
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Contributed by: Gerald Teschl, Susanne Teschl. In diesem Lehrbuch werden die mathematischen Grundlagen exakt und dennoch anschaulich und gut nachvollziehbar vermittelt. Sie werden durchgehend anhand zahlreicher Musterbeispiele illustriert, durch Anwendungen in der Informatik motiviert und durch historische Hintergründe oder Ausblicke in angrenzende Themengebiete aufgelockert. Am Ende jedes ...BooksTue, 04 Nov 2014 11:26:36 -0600Ordinary Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems
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Contributed by: Gerald Teschl. This book provides a self-contained introduction to ordinary differential equations and dynamical systems suitable for beginning graduate students. The first part begins with some simple examples of explicitly solvable equations and a first glance at qualitative methods. Then the fundamental results concerning the initial value problem are proved: existence, ...BooksTue, 04 Nov 2014 11:19:53 -0600Total Return Swap
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Total return swaps [TRS} are successful adaptation of the traditional swaps format to synthetic replication of the economic performance of tradable underling asset. The central concept of this structure is an access to the asset’s performance without actually owning it which makes this structure an attractive alternative to physical investing into many markets ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 03 Nov 2014 17:03:41 -0600Credit Default Options
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Credit default swap options which are better known by the term CDS Swaptions are useful instrument to trade future expectation of the credit worthiness of a reference entity in the option format. As the name suggest, they are similar to their interest rate counterparts, but differ in terms of ‘knock out’ feature which makes the option worthless if the ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 03 Nov 2014 17:01:46 -0600iOS
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Contributed by: Rob Raguet-Schofield. Conference ProceedingsFri, 31 Oct 2014 11:55:32 -0600Tutorials about Geometric Transformations, Feature Detection, and Color Processing
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Contributed by: Piotr Wendykier, Matthias Odisio. This tutorial focuses on three disciplines of image processing: geometric transformations, feature detection, and color processing. We not only introduce the Mathematica commands in each of these disciplines, but also provide the motivation, the background, and the concepts behind the different image processing techniques. The aim of the tutorial ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 13:16:01 -0600Workshop: Time Series Modeling
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Contributed by: Oleksandr Pavlyk, Gosia Konwerska, Arash Mahdian. This hands-on workshop will explore univariate time series modeling in Mathematica, including model selection, parameter estimation, and the model diagnostics, all automated in TimeSeriesModelFit. Multiple time series modeling will also be discussed.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 13:12:24 -0600Multi-Cluster and Traveling Chimera States in Nonlocal Phase-Coupled Oscillators
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Contributed by: Hsien-Ching Kao, Jianbo Xie, Edgar Knobloch. Chimera states consisting of domains of coherently and incoherently oscillating identical oscillators with nonlocal coupling are studied in Mathematica. These states usually coexist with the fully synchronized state and have a small basin of attraction. We propose a nonlocal phase-coupled model in which chimera states develop from ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 13:06:54 -0600Expert Panel
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Contributed by: Roger Germundsson, John Fultz, Arnoud Buzing, Tom Wickham-Jones. Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 13:03:31 -0600Workshop: Programming Cloud
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Contributed by: Joel F. Klein. Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 13:00:09 -0600Reducing Barriers-The Data Modeler GUI
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Contributed by: Mark Kotanchek. Although there are many benefits associated with the Mathematica notebook interface (flexibilty, audit trail, advanced options, etc.), for many users the requirement to even learn the basis of the Mathematica paradigm presents an insurmountable barrier. To address this, we have developed a GUI (graphical user interface) to allow those lacking a Mathematica ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:52:56 -0600Workshop: Interpreter and FormFunction/APIFunction
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Contributed by: Carlo Barbieri, Riccardo Di Virgilio. Version 10 introduced a two closely related functions that are key to the development of rich web apps: FormFunction and APIFunction. We like to think of these two functions as two aspects of the same process, where one is the interface for humans and the other is the corresponding interface for machines.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:50:27 -0600Symbolic Geometry
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Contributed by: Roger Germundsson. This is an introduction and overview of the new geometry functionality in Mathematica 10. To download this presentation, go to: SymbolicGeometry.nbConference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:46:32 -0600Geographic Visualizations
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Contributed by: Bjorn Zimmermann. An introduction to creating maps in the Wolfram Language, ranging from basic building blocks to built-in functions for creating specific geovisualizations directly from data. To download this presentation, go to: WTC-Talk-2014-10-23_Bjorn Zimmerman.nbConference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:18:50 -0600Dataset - Working with Structured Data
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Contributed by: Taliesin Beynon. New in version 10, Dataset introduces a general-purpose container for storing tabular or hierarchical data using lists and associations. I'll cover the query language of Dataset, including the way it extends Part syntax to give us a powerful way of performing analysis, the concept of ascending and descending operators, failure handling, and subtleties with ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:16:48 -0600Constructing Plane Geometry G-Field Inverse Square Law
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Contributed by: Alexander Garron. I have always been interested in utility of plane geometry curves to study mechanical energy curves of the gravity field. To do so I invented a Curved Space Division Assembly, acronym CSDA, the parametric graphing assemblage using Mathematica of two plane geometry curves that I use to explore mechanical properties of gravity field curved space. To explore ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:13:31 -0600Exploring and Visualizing with Mathematica
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Contributed by: Abraham Gadalla. The nature of my talk is to try to convince the audience that Mathematica is the onlyĘeffective and powerful software they need for teaching and learning. ĘUsing Manipulate one can create displays to clarify the mathematical concepts and to create many assignments and of course answers to giveĘinstantaneous feedback.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:10:36 -0600Creating Android Apps with the Wolfram Language
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Contributed by: Arnoud Buzing. Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:08:42 -0600Using Technology to Enable Personalized Medicine
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Contributed by: Paolo Narvaez. As we arrive at the $1000 genome, we find that the fundamental technology problems around personalized medicine have shifted. The cost of sequencing is no longer a bottleneck. Instead, the explosive growth of big data associated with genomics is becoming the main driver for cost and complexity. As genomic datasets grows from Pedabytes to Exabytes, we require faster ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 12:03:55 -0600Shared Graphics Tools for Physics Diagrams
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Contributed by: Terrence Honan. Wolfram Language drawing tools for physics diagrams have been developed and will be shared. These have proven to be essential tools for creating interactive lecture notes for calculus-based physics at Blinn College, and should be of use to physicists and others. There are five packages: Graphics Tools , Mechanics Tools , Field Lines , Circuit and Geometric Optics ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:59:56 -0600Optimized Trading Algorithm
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Contributed by: Scott Kiskaddon. We present an algorithm for ordering trades between players with initial endowments, the Descending Value Serial Dictatorship, solving the Housing Market Problem with Non-Strict Preferences. This allows players to be indifferent between any two assets when deciding what they'd prefer to trade. The resulting assignment is Highest Aggregate Value with the highest ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:56:00 -0600Theorema 2.0: Theorem Proving in Mathematica
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Contributed by: Wolfgang Windsteiger. Theorema 2.0 stands for a re-design including a complete re-implementation of the Theorema system, which was originally designed, developed, and implemented by Bruno Buchberger and his Theorema group at RISC. In this talk, we want to present the current status of the new implementation with an emphasis on the new user interface of the system, which is making ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:45:43 -0600Developing an Online Linear Algebra Course using Mathematica
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Contributed by: Sarah House. A complete university-level mathematics course can be made accessible through the Mathematica software platform. We are developing an online Linear Algebra course composed of three elements: video lectures, online quizzes, and a student database. The content of this course follows a standard upper-level undergraduate course, with topics ranging up to inner product ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:41:56 -0600Workshop: Numerical Computation
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Contributed by: Nina Dokeva, Paritosh Mokashi, Rob Knapp, Oliver Reubenkonig. The Numerical Computation Workshop will give participantsa chance to experiment with using the extensive numericalcomputation features of Mathematica to experiment with approaches to solving a variety of example problems.Topics will include arbitrary precision, compilation, numerical linear algebra, and numerical ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:38:59 -0600Built-in Unit Testing
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Contributed by: Raj Balaebail. With the new built-in testing framework in Version 10, you can easily write and run tests for your code to ensure that your functions operate as intended. Whether you are writing a single function or an entire application, the symbolic character of the Wolfram Language lets you immediately run tests for even the smallest program snippets and see the results at any ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:35:26 -0600Working with NoSQL using Wolfram Language
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Contributed by: Mili Vishwakarma. Wolfram Language can be used to connect and work with a NoSQL database using some of the existing link technologies like NETLink and JLink. Once the data is in Mathematica, functions in Wolfram Language provide a flexible way of managing and manipulating data. This presentation will show how to connect to MongoDB using NETLink, what is the structure of a MongoDB ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:31:49 -0600User Interfaces Keynote
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Contributed by: John Fultz. Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:30:08 -0600What's New in SystemModeler 4
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Contributed by: Jan Brugĺrd. SystemModeler 4 vastly expands support for modeling libraries, adds standardized deployment of models to other simulation tools, and deepens integration with Mathematica. During this talk you will get aquinted with a few of the new key features in SystemModeler 4.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:27:33 -0600SystemModeler Overview
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Contributed by: Jan Brugĺrd. This presentation will guide you through the basic concepts of Wolfram SystemModeler and provide an understanding of how SystemModeler can be applied to your work. This talk is targeted towards the beginner.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:24:05 -0600Bathtub/Shelf
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Contributed by: Haiko Schmarsow. To download this presentation, go to: HaikoSchmarsow.zipConference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:17:52 -0600Educational Materials for Students of Science, Mathematics and Economics
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Contributed by: František Látal, Veronika Říhová, Jiří Hátle. In the project MATHSCIENCE six publications were created for teaching students of physics, chemistry, biology, geography, mathematics and economics. These materials, which are all written in Mathematica notebook, will be presented. Teaching materials are designed to improve the quality and efficiency of education at two ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:15:26 -0600Wolfram Data Science Platform: Data Science in the Cloud
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Contributed by: Dillon Tracy. Data science in the cloud offers advantages over desktop-based analysis, including improved access to computing resources, shared data, specialized tools, and published results. The Wolfram Data Science Platform is a cloud-based data science application designed to capitalize on these advantages, making the Wolfram technology stack - including elements of Mathematica ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:13:10 -0600Measuring Discrete Symmetry Extended
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Contributed by: Dennis Collins. This talk extends the Wolfram Technology Conference talk of 2013, Measuring Discrete Symmetry, from 5 to 16 or more points, comparing it to the work The Reflexive Universe (1976, Delacorte Press) of Arthur M. Young. Higher dimensional and feedback patterns are discussed with respect to increasing symplexity. To download this presentation, go to: DennisCollins.zipConference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:10:22 -0600Workshop: Beyond Quit[]: Master Your Memory in the Wolfram Language
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Contributed by: Anthony Zupnik. In this interactive session aimed at (but not exclusive to) intermediate users of the Wolfram Language, learn to tweak your code to prevent high memory use and maximise your computation speed. Discover how to streamline memory-hungry dynamics and visualisations.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:07:25 -0600Wolfram Language at the Heart of Our Robotics Lab
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Contributed by: Yves Papegay. Hephaistos Robotics Lab of INRIA Sophia Antipolis is experimenting several parallel robots, wire-driven robots together with lot of small connected devices. To be efficient, we have to integrate together low-level communication, control, and data exchanges, as well as high-level data analysis, planning and collaborative algorithms as much as possible. We discuss in ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 11:01:20 -0600Wolfram Technology Group: Your Gateway to Expertise in Wolfram Technologies
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Contributed by: Peter Fleck, Karl Isensee, Michael Kelly, Anshu Manik. The Wolfram Technology Group provides Technical Support, expertise for Technical Services projects and Training for Wolfram Language products as well as SystemModeler. In doing so, the group facilitates two-way communication between Wolfram Research and its user base - bringing information to users about Wolfram Technologies ...Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 10:59:51 -0600Workshop: Typesetting
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Contributed by: Jason Harris. Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 10:57:22 -0600V10 Graphics
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Contributed by: Yuzhu Lu. This presentation will cover some new features of Mathematica 2D/3D Graphics. It will also provide some examples and applications with these new features.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 10:54:03 -0600Mathematica Online in a Calculus Course
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Contributed by: Nikolay Brodskiy. I will describe how Mathematica Online became a learning environment for students in my Calculus class and how it transformed the way I teach the course.Conference ProceedingsThu, 30 Oct 2014 10:51:31 -0600Rhino, Meet Mathematica
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Contributed by: Chris Carlson, Todd Gayley. Mathematica will likely never support the rich, designer-centric interface that a good 3D design tool requires. Rhino, a 3D design tool, will most certainly never offer the depth and breadth of Mathematica mathematical and extra-mathematical functionality. Yet the possibilities that arise from putting those two things together are too exciting to ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:12:03 -0600Mathematica in Digital Subtraction Perfusiography of Burn Wounds
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Contributed by: Iveta Bryjová, Stanislav Hledik. Mathematica in digital subtraction perfusiography of burn wounds Talk Description: We present the progress of the PIPPA (Perfusion Image Progression and Prognosis Assessment) project aimed at improving the early posttraumatic day laser Doppler diagnostics of burn injuries. Since recent presentation at WTC 2013 it has considerably been improved and ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:10:14 -0600Electromagnetic Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) in Mathematica
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Contributed by: John Kohoutek. Maxwell's equations in differential form are mapped onto two dimensions and discretized. Mathematica is used to solve the discretized equations for a fine mesh, with each mesh point being represented by a given epsilon (dielectric constant). The dielectric constant-dependent geometry is built using the new Region[] functionality of Mathematica 10. Utilizing this ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:08:09 -0600How to Use Inactive
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Contributed by: Itai Seggev. Mathematica 10 introduces a new mechanism for working with unevaluated expressions. ĘInactive prevents specific functions from firing without suppressing all evaluation. This finer-grained control makes it easy to build up partially evaluated expressions programatically. ĘCombined with the deep knowledge about mathematical functions built into Inactive, displaying and ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:06:54 -0600Computer Based Assessment: Exams in the Cloud
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Contributed by: Maik Meusel. In this hands-on presentation participants are invited to attend in an exam which is conducted live and deployed in the cloud. The exam is personalized, randomized, and will contain various types of questions. After completing the exam the grading is done automatically and participants receive a detailed performance feedback. This presentation aims to show how cloud ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:05:27 -0600Spectral Zeta Functions
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Contributed by: Paul Abbott. When the eigenvalues of an operator A can be computed and form a discrete set the spectral zeta function of A reduces to a sum over eigenvalues, when the sum exists (see Berry [1], Elizalde [2], and Crandall [3]). Belloni and Robinett [4] used the 'quantum bouncer' to compute quantum sum rules (see Vallée and Soares [5]). Here we use Mathematica to compute the ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:02:56 -0600What's New in Graphs & Networks
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Contributed by: Charles Pooh. Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 17:01:22 -0600Manipulate Secrets Revealed
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Contributed by: Lou D'Andria. The ubiquitous Manipulate function will be used in many talks at this conference, and is the basis for such ventures as the Demonstrations Project and Wolfram CDF Player. But just how well do you know the Manipulate function? In this talk, we will examine some of its lesser known features, ranging from those that are fully documented to those that are not documented ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:59:45 -0600Cloud Notebooks and Cloud Objects
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Contributed by: Jan Poeschko. We'll talk about the notebook interface in the Cloud and what you can do and build with it. We'll give an overview over the latest advances in Cloud notebook rendering technology, also providing insights in its challenges and how we deal with them. Behind the scenes, it's all about boxes and JavaScript -- but you don't have to be familiar with either of them to ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:58:32 -0600Date & Time Visualization
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Contributed by: MinHsuan Peng. Look at the current ways of visualizing dates and times in the Wolfram Language, and explore some more advanced techniques, including some that may be available in the future.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:55:38 -0600Quantum.Invep 1.0: Introducing a Product for Interactive 3D Visualization and Analysis of Accounting Data
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Contributed by: Rolf Mertig, Andre Koppel. Invep.Quantum is a commercial Mathematica package for 3D visualization and real-time analysis of accounting data.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:54:06 -0600Computer Science in Mathematica
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Contributed by: Abdul Dakkak. We will explain how to perform some non-trivial computer science research using Mathematica. Of interest are compiler based optimizations that can be coded from within Mathematica.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:52:07 -0600The Wolfram-ian Methodology of Science
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Contributed by: Richard J. Gaylord. Stephen Wolfram has proposed a new and unique paradigm for theoretical scientific research which has been both misunderstood and misrepresented. In this talk, I will explain the Wolfram paradigm and compare/contrast it with the traditional methodology of theoretical scientific research, discussing its advantages and disadvantages in the research enterprise.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:49:59 -0600Quantile Regression - Theory, Implementations, and Applications
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Contributed by: Anton Antonov. In this talk we are going to discuss the theory, implementation, and application of quantile regression. We can say that least squares linear regression corresponds to finding the mean of a single distribution. Similarly, quantile regression corresponds to finding quantiles of a single distribution. Quantile regression is more robust than linear regression and using ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:45:38 -0600Evaluation of the Efficiency of Instructional Design in Online Education: Data Mining of Course Lecture Video Usages by Students
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Contributed by: Judy Luo, Ying-Ying Kuo. As multimedia videos have given students rich content delivered in online education, instructors want to ensure that students have studied lecture videos and the videos have enhanced the outcome of their education. This research evaluates the efficiency of instructional design in an online course. It intends to analyze the relationships between the course ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:44:05 -0600A Wolfram Language Case in Retail
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Contributed by: Rodrigo Murta. We will see how Wolfram Language can be applied as a powerful and generic business problem solver toolbox. We have more then 30 Wolfram Language small and big real cases applications, in this talk we will show how we are using it for sales forecast, automated reports, financial outliers alert, category management analysis with WL and Excel, competitor price ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:38:56 -0600Chains of Platonic Solids and a Tetrahedral Hoax
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Contributed by: Michael Elgersma, Stan Wagon. For four of the five platonic solids it is easy to make a closed chain using copies of the solid that meet face to face. It was proved in 1957 that such a chain cannot be formed using regular tetrahedra. Using Mathematica to automate the search, we found a chain of regular tetrahedra that closes up except for a gap at the end, having size less than ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:35:18 -0600Working with Documents on the Wolfram Cloud
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Contributed by: Ian Hojnicki. Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:33:40 -0600Eigenvalues of Elliptical Operators over Arbitrary Regions
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Contributed by: Richard Gass. Mathematica 10 introduced a number of powerful functions for region based computation. NDSolve can now solve PDE's over arbitrary regions but currently built-in methods cannot solve elliptical eigenvalue problems over arbitrary regions. I will show how to use the new region and mesh functions to solve elliptical eigenvalue problems over arbitrary regions. These ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:32:08 -0600How Does High-Frequency Trading Affect Low-Frequency Trading?
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Contributed by: Kun Li. We examine how high-frequency trading affects low-frequency trading. We find that high-frequency trading enhances the liquidity by increasing the trade frequency and quantity of low-frequency orders. High-frequency trading also improves order execution quality of low-frequency limit orders by reducing the waiting time and improving the likelihoods of execution of ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:29:47 -0600What's New in Probability & Statistics
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Contributed by: Devendra Kapadia. Mathematica 10 includes several major enhancements for Probability and Statistics. We will begin with an overview of the new functionality, which includes time series analysis, hidden Markov models, and transformations of random processes. Next, we will show the high level of automation that can now be achieved, using examples from finance, biology and other ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:28:12 -0600Image Processing in Mathematica V10
http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/9003/
Contributed by: Matthias Odisio, Giulio Alessandrini, Markus van Almsick. This presentation covers what's new in image processing, image classification, and fun image and signal processing. To download this presentation, go to: Whats new in Image Processing- Matthais Odisio.nb ImageProcessing-ImageClassification.nb Fun Image and Signal Processing-Marcus van Almsick.nbConference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:26:19 -0600Visualizing Behaviors in Differential Geometries using Mathematica
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Contributed by: Gerald Thomas. Differential geometries require partial differential equations to provide geodesic behaviors. Physical models such as Einsteins theory of relativity are examples. My interest has been using differential geometry in the social sciences; in particular to gain insight into the causal behavior of decision processes. The difficulty in all of these endeavors is to see a ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:24:13 -0600Time Series
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Contributed by: Gosia Konwerska. TimeSeries and EventSeries are new objects introduced and comprehensively supported in Mathematica 10 to add convenience to working with chronologically ordered data. In the talk we will show examples of how to obtain, manipulate, and work with these objects, as well as explore the Wolfram Language functionality for data analytics on time series.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:23:00 -0600Basic and Formula Regions
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Contributed by: Adam Strzeboński. Mathematica 10 introduces system-wide support for computation with geometric regions, both mesh-based discretized regions and exact symbolically specified regions. In my talk I will focus on symbolically specified regions. I will discuss ways of specifying regions, present functionality for computing geometric properties of regions, and show how regions can ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:21:22 -0600SystemModeler Applied
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Contributed by: Johan Rhodin, Anneli Mossberg, Leonardo Laguna Ruiz. This talk contains three sections: Uses in Education, Modeling the Flap System in the Cessna, and Connectivity and Deployment Uses in Education: Get updated on how Wolfram SystemModeler is used in academia around the world. Learn about possible scenarios for educating engineers, and how SystemModeler can enhance teaching in a ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:19:44 -0600Workshop: Symbolic Computation
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Contributed by: Adam Strzebonski, Devendra Kapadia, Itai Seggev, Oleksandr Pavlyk. This hands-on workshop will give an introduction to many of the symbolic computation capabilities built into Mathematica, including algebraic and differential equation solving, symbolic integration, vector calculus, and special functions. We will discuss interesting examples from each of these areas, give insight ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:17:37 -0600Stitchcoding and Movie Color Maps
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Contributed by: Nina Paley, Theodore W. Gray. This talk will consist of two halves related only by the use of Mathematica in both. First, a discussion of algorithmic stitchcoding, the process of creating pattern files for use by robotic quilting and embroidery machines, with unexpected results. Second, a discussion of how to turn an entire animated movie into a single image that encapsulates the ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:12:26 -0600Real Plane Curves - A Numerical Approach via Mathematica
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Contributed by: Barry H. Dayton. Our objects of study are the real solution sets ofĘ2-variable polynomial equations with floating point Mathematica machine numbers as coefficients. ĘWe work primarily in the affine plane with the addition of infinite points of the curve. Among the various procedures available are point finding, including singular points, isolated points, and infinite points with ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:09:42 -0600Nonlinear Control Systems
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Contributed by: Suba Thomas. Nonlinear systems occur naturally in many application areas, and consequently better methods were developed to analyze and design controllers for these systems. However, the dominant concerns of a control systems practitioner are those of modeling, computation, and implementation. In Mathematica v10, a full suite of functions for analyzing and designing nonlinear ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:07:55 -0600Anisotropic Kepler Problem with Mathematica
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Contributed by: Keita Sumiya, Kazuhiro Kubo, Tokuzo Shimada. To download this presentation, go to: KeitaSumiya-AKP-WTC-Oct24.2014.nbConference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:05:19 -0600Introductory Graph Computation Workshop
http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/8993/
Contributed by: Jae Bum Jung, Charles Pooh, Yan Zhuang. Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:03:21 -0600Mesh Based Regions Workshop
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Contributed by: Rob Knapp. The Mesh Based Regions workshop will give participants hands-on experience in generating meshes from symbolic representations of geometric regions, extracting geometric information from those meshes, solving athematical problems with the meshes, and displaying results.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 16:00:48 -0600Interactive Geometry
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Contributed by: Bruno Autin. The package GeometricaPlus deals with two types of interactive functions. The first one concerns libraries of geometrical objects, namely conics, quadrics, parametric curves and surfaces and platonic solids. For instance, by typing a statement such as PlatonicSolid[x], the user triggers the display of a menu containing the five platonic solids and clicking a window ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:59:28 -0600Mathematica for Any Size Class
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Contributed by: Rebekah Gilbert. Over the last few years, we made improvements to the Mathematica-based math courses at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The precedent to incorporate Mathematica into the math courses at the University of Illinois was set with the Calculus&Mathematica program in the spring of 1989. We will highlight three of the recent changes made. First, we created ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:55:55 -0600Integrating Mathematica and the Unity Game Engine: Not Just for Games Anymore
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Contributed by: George Danner. Mathematica is the most powerful technical computing platform in the world. Unity is an open source game engine that is the key framework for most of the mobile games, and many of the desktop and game console games in use today. What happens when you put these two extraordinary systems together?Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:53:46 -0600Financial Data Feeds in Wolfram Finance Platform
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Contributed by: Fahim Chandurwala. Wolfram Finance Platform enables access to live market data feeds, from key financial data providers. By integrating these data feeds with the latest Wolfram technologies users may incorporate complex real-time computation, create models and monitor market behavior. In this talk we will go over function calls to connect, retrieve and analyze real-time, ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:43:43 -0600Workshop: PDEs and Finite Elements
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Contributed by: Oliver Rübenkönig. In this session we will give an introduction on using the Finite Element Method to solve Partial Differential Equations (PDE) with NDSolve. Basic concepts like the specification of regions, PDEs and boundary conditions are introduced. Through 'hands on' modification the underlying concepts of the implementation of the Finite Element Method in NDSolve will be ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:40:21 -0600Workshop: Machine Learning
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Contributed by: Etienne Bernard. During this workshop we will learn to handle the new machine learning functionalities of the Wolfram Language (Classify, Predict, and related functions). We will create, test, and use classifiers/predictors for real-world problems such as image recognition, text classification, or prediction from generic data.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:38:31 -0600Machine Learning
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Contributed by: Etienne Bernard. In this talk, I will present the new machine learning functionalities of the Wolfram Language (Classify, Predict, and related functions). These functionalities aim to simplify the practice of machine learning by automatizing parts of its workflow. I will show how to use these functions, explain the underlying algorithms, and discuss future developments.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:37:18 -0600EmbedCode
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Contributed by: Todd Gayley. The Wolfram Cloud Platform makes it easy to deploy functions created with the Wolfram Language into the cloud, where they can be called from countless programming languages and environments. This talk will cover the complete sequence of steps in this pipeline, with special emphasis on how the new function EmbedCode can automatically generate all the code needed to use ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:34:12 -0600Dynamic Theory Explains that Protons + Electrons form Neutron, Deuteron and Alpha Particles
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Contributed by: James C. Rock. This presentation offers a brief overview of Pharis E. Williams' Dynamic Theory. In its most general form the theory predicts the geometry and generates equations for Classical and Relativistic Maxwell Equations, for Newton's Equations, for Einstein's Special and General Relativity, and for Schrodinger's Quantum Mechanics. One of its key predictions is the ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:32:22 -0600Diesel Cycle in Mathematica for Education
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Contributed by: David Smrčka, Zdeněk Pucholt. Diesel cycle is used to theoretically describe processes in diesel engines. These engines use compression of mechanical fluid to generate heat which ignites the fuel. Compared to other combustion engines they have the highest thermal efficiency. We created interactive simulation of Diesel cycle in Mathematica. This cycle is taught in ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:30:20 -0600An Expository Proof of Bézout's Theorem
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Contributed by: John McGee. Bezout's Theorem tells us that the count of the number of intersection points between two algebraic curves h,g in F[x,y] is equal to the product of the degrees of the polynomials defining the curves. In order to make this precise we must seek solutions in the algebraic closure of the field, work in projective space, and account for intersection multiplicity. In this ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:27:59 -0600Bathymetry Discretization & Routing Optimization Using Mathematica
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Contributed by: Doug Denniston. Transient multiphase fluid dynamics presents a unique problem in domain discretization. Instead of preserving geometrical accuracy, it is more important to preserve liquid holdup distribution while maintaining elevation fidelity for hydrostatic pressure calculations. Because holdup is not known a priori, it is traditionally held that preserving angle distributions ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 15:25:21 -0600Astronomical Image Calibration
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Contributed by: Tom Sherlock. To download this presentation, go to: AstronomicalImageCalibrationPresentation_Tom Sherlock.nbConference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 14:01:54 -0600Advanced Graph Computation Workshop
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Contributed by: Jae Bum Jung, Charles Pooh, Yan Zhuang. Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 12:37:21 -0600What's New in CDF
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Contributed by: André Kuzniarek. A new CDF Player based on Mathematica V10 will be released soon. We'll review updates to its features, the Wolfram plugin, and new deployment possibilities using the Wolfram Cloud.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 10:25:42 -0600Workshop: Plot Themes
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Contributed by: Brett Champion, Tim Shedelbower. Learn how to make the most of the new plot themes in the Wolfram Language. You'll start with basic themes, modify them with additional themes and options, and more.Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 09:12:40 -0600Technology Built for Computer-based Math (CBM)
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Contributed by: Jon McLoone. While the central purpose of Computer-based Math (CBM) is to build a completely new math curriculum with computer-based computation at its heart, it is also important to produce the classroom materials to support the teaching of this curriculum in the classroom. This talk will demonstrate a set of tools built by the Computer-based Math team for its pilot project in ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 09:09:29 -0600Image processing App in Mathematica: Measuring Complex Shaped Metal Nanoparticles in Noisy Micrographs
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Contributed by: Filip Novotný. Plasmonic noble metal nanoparticles (MNPs) retains a special place in today's nanotechnology efforts. Their complex shapes gives them unique anisotropic optical and physico-chemical properties. Moreover, the possibility to synthesize MNPs in high yield as colloidal solution makes them cost-effective nanomaterial. The number of prospective applications for colloidal ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 08:30:08 -0600What's New in DSolve
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Contributed by: Devendra Kapadia. DSolve has received a substantial upgrade for Mathematica 10. For the first time, symbolic solutions to hybrid differential equations with events and delay differential equations are possible. Special methods have been implemented for solving initial value problems related to nonlinear ordinary differential equations. Finally, DSolveValue allows users to directly ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 08:15:51 -0600Workshop: Get Help With Your DatabaseLink
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Contributed by: Dillon Tracy, Mili Vishwakarma. Database Link supports connectivity to a wide variety of SQL based databases. This workshop will aim at providing information about the basic knowledge required for connecting to a database and perform operations on it. It will address some of the common problems that Database Link users encounter and how these problems can be resolved. Attendees ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 08:02:09 -0600PDEs and Finite Elements
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Contributed by: Oliver Ruebenkoenig. This talk will present examples of advanced usage of the Finite Element Method to solve Partial Differential Equations. NDSolve will be presented as a means to solve coupled partial differential equations over regions. It will be shown how by coupling equations multi-physical behavior can be modeled. An introduction to the Finite Element programming ...Conference ProceedingsWed, 29 Oct 2014 07:55:11 -0600The Cloud Platform
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Contributed by: Tom Wickham-Jones. Conference ProceedingsTue, 28 Oct 2014 12:53:49 -0600Bilateral CVA
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Bilateral CVA extends the credit valuation adjustment concept in the opposite direction where financial standing of the financial institution comes into play. The logic of the BCVA is based on symmetrical correction of derivatives exposure where creditworthiness of both sides matters. Computationally, BCVA is much more involved since there are now three levels of ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 27 Oct 2014 15:53:23 -0600Credit Valuation Adjustment [CVA]
http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/MathSource/8965/
Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Credit Valuation Adjustment – also known as CVA - is closely followed regulatory measure that provides the method for the OTC derivative contract valuation correction due to a counterparty default. In this way, CVA can be seen as a provision to be held against a derivative transaction in the event of default. Computationally, CVA is a logical extension of the ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 27 Oct 2014 15:51:47 -0600Credit Default Swap valuation
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Contributed by: Igor Hlivka. Credit default swap [CDS] logically extends previous demonstrations on CVA theme and shows how these measures are connected. CDS are useful derivative contracts that help controlling credit exposures to a given reference entity and therefore play important role in the counterparty and credit risk management. Whilst primary use of CDS concentrates on standardised ...MathSource: Packages and ProgramsMon, 27 Oct 2014 15:49:55 -0600