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Iterating Binary Inverse Transducers

Klaus Sutner explains his work on iterating binary inverse transducers in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.

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Dennis Collins
This talk extends the 2013 Wolfram Technology Conference talk, Measuring Discrete Symmetry, from 5 to 16 or more points, comparing it to the work The Reflexive Universe (1976, Delacorte Press), by Arthur M. Young. ...
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Wolfram Finance Platform accesses live market data feeds from data providers. Integrating these feeds with Wolfram technologies lets users incorporate real-time computation and monitor market behavior. This talk ...
Anton Antonov
This talk discusses the theory, implementations, and applications of quantile regression. Quantile regression is more robust than linear regression and can be used to obtain more complete pictures of distributions.
Faisal Whelpley
This talk explores how users can learn math by making math with the Making Math platform, which combines Mathematica, courseware content, and learning management. These technologies enable learners to engage with course materials and respond ...
Taliesin Beynon and Hernan Moraldo
New in Mathematica 10, Dataset introduces a general-purpose container for storing tabular or hierarchical data using lists and associations. This talk covers the query language of Dataset, ascending and ...
David Smrcka
This talk covers an interactive simulation of the diesel cycle in Mathematica, theoretically describing the processes in diesel engines. Using this simulation in lectures, students are able to ...
Robert Raguet-Schofield
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John Fultz, Roger Germundsson, Tom Wickham-Jones, and Arnoud Buzing
In this talk, Wolfram's expert panel presents a summary of new Mathematica 10 features and answers audience questions about algorithms and R&D.
Jan Poeschko and Joel Klein
Learn about the notebook interface in the cloud and what you can do and build with it. This talk gives an overview of the latest advances in cloud notebook rendering ...
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 ...
Andre Kuzniarek
A new CDF Player based on Mathematica Version 10 will be released soon. We’ll review updates to its features, the Wolfram plugin, and new deployment possibilities using the ...
Richard Gass
Mathematica 10 introduces powerful functions for region-based computation. NDSolve solves PDEs over arbitrary regions, but current built-in methods cannot solve elliptical eigenvalue problems over arbitrary regions. This talk shows ...
Raj Balaebail
Users can easily write and run tests with the new built-in testing framework in Mathematica 10. This talk demonstrates how the symbolic character of the Wolfram Language lets you ...
Adam Strzebonski
Mathematica 10 introduces systemwide support for computation with mesh-based, discretized, and exact symbolically specified geometric regions. This talk focuses on symbolically specified regions, discussing ways of specifying regions, presenting ...
Abdul Dakkak
This presentation explains how to perform nontrivial computer science research using Mathematica, including compiler-based optimizations that can be coded from within Mathematica.
Kun Li
Compared with traditional market makers, high-frequency trading has a larger impact on low-frequency liquidity and order-execution quality. This talk examines how high-frequency trading affects low-frequency trading.
Bruno Autin
GeometricaPlus covers two types of interactive functions. The first one concerns libraries of geometrical objects, and the second one concerns intersections. In this talk interactive applications and animations illustrate how ...
Rebekah Gilbert
This talk highlights improvements made to the Mathematica-based math courses at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Three changes are highlighted: new, instructive homework assignments were created; ...
Nikolay Brodskiy
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Keita Sumiya
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