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New Control Systems Features

In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Pradipto Ghosh and Bob Sandheinrich demonstrate a series of examples showing how to model, analyze, design, and simulate controls systems with Mathematica.

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Klaus Sutner
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Etienne Bernard
In this talk, Etienne presents 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 ...
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In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Scott Gray, director of Making Math at O'Reilly Media, shares his views on Computer-Based Math™ and gives an overview of the ...
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Bruce Torrence
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