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A Tool for Signals, Models, and Identification

Jonas Sjöberg describes how he's using Mathematica's control design functionality to create a tool for signals, models, and identification in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.

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David Bailey
David Bailey describes his MusicGenerator package, which makes it possible to play music coded in a compact string notation designed to correspond with conventional sheet music. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, he explores how the package could form the basis for serious musical experimentation within Mathematica.
Jonas Sjöberg
Jonas Sjöberg describes how he's using Mathematica's control design functionality to create a tool for signals, models, and identification in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Yves Klett
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, Yves Klett from the Institute of Aircraft Design & University of Stuttgart, Germany, shares a few mechanical engineering examples that make good use of Mathematica.
Ulises Cervantes-Pimentel
In this video presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, Ulises Cervantes-Pimentel, a senior kernel developer at Wolfram, describes how to compute and program using the new GPU capabilities in Mathematica 8.
Ivo Vyšín and Jan Riha
Ivo Vyšín and Jan Riha share insights on the applications of Mathematica in crystalline optical activity in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Christopher Wolfram and Keshav Saharia
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Christopher Wolfram and Keshav Saharia explain how they've connected Mathematica to the Arduino and demonstrate some of the possibilities for using the connection to measure, compute, visualize, and control our physical world.
Roman Maeder
This recorded presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011 gives a look at advanced features of Mathematica's parallel programming language, including automatic distribution of values to parallel kernels and automatic parallelization of programs.
Nick Lariviere
See a number of data import topics and how Mathematica handles large datasets in real-world applications in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011.
Chris Carlson
The new Museum of Mathematics has an infinite family of logos implemented with Mathematica. Hear how the concept came about in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011.
Bart Ter Haar Romeny and Eric Bekkers
Shad Sharma
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Shad Sharma demonstrates how to use Mathematica and CDF to glean knowledge from data to create opportunities that will drive your business in a profitable direction.
Conrad Wolfram
computerbasedmath.org is a project to build a new math curriculum with computer-based computation at its heart. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, Conrad Wolfram discusses the concept, progress, and plans.
Antonio Brito and Abraham Gadalla
In this Wolfram Technology Conference talk, Antonio Brito and Abraham Gadalla demonstrate how they use Mathematica's warning error messages to teach and reinforce mathematical concepts.
Christopher Wolfram and Todd Gayley
Christopher Wolfram and Todd Gayley demonstrate a Mathematica connection to the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 quadricopter, which allows them to fly it and capture live video and flight data. They also share some of the programming involved in making the connection in this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation.
Gerald Thomas
In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Gerald Thomas explores some applications of decision process theory, which uses differential geometry techniques to predict future decisions.
Rob Knapp
New compiler technology optimizes execution performance directly from the Mathematica language. At the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, Rob Knapp presents this talk on how to effectively use the Mathematica compiler and code generation.
A Wolfram Research developer who worked on financial computation functionality in Mathematica 8 gives an overview of some of the features at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2010. This is part 1 of the 2-part video series.
A Wolfram Research developer who worked on financial computation functionality in Mathematica 8 gives an overview of some of the features at the Wolfram Technology Conference 2010. This is part 2 of the 2-part video series.
Tom Wickham-Jones
In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Tom Wickham-Jones discusses future directions for working with data in Mathematica, including a new way to create data structures and an innovative approach to holding relational, tabular, and hierarchical data for summarizing, computing, and visualizing information.
Brett Champion
Highly customizable interactive gauges are part of Mathematica's collection of built-in visualizations. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Brett Champion explains how the gauges work and shows use cases in dashboards, reports, and more.
Adam Strzebonski
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011, Adam Strzebonski looks at Mathematica functions related to solving algebraic equations and inequalities and discusses the most appropriate solvers for various types of problems.
Stephen Wolfram
Stephen Wolfram opened the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011 by giving attendees an exclusive first look at many exciting projects under development at Wolfram. This video features highlights from his opening address.
Robert Nachbar
Robert Nachbar explains how Mathematica and C were used to develop a hybrid deterministic-stochastic simulation engine based on differential equations and the chemical master equation. He highlights some interesting aspects of the implementation and demonstrates its use in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Conrad Wolfram