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Tech Talks 2018: Wolfram Tech Services Projects

Chad Knutson, Wolfram application developer, talks about Wolfram Tech Services projects.

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Aplicação do Wolfram SystemModeler na indústria para elaborar sistemas de controle avançados pelo Dr. Alexandre Leite da Austral Dynamics
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Fechamento da conferência 2020 e perguntas e responsta com Me. Daniel Carvalho da Wolfram Research.
Wolfram Langauge workshop código fonte disponível em: https://www.wolframcloud.com/obj/dcarvalho/Published/wolframbrconf2020.nb
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Oliver Rübenkönig
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Laney Moy, Rachna Gupta, Alex Alexandrovskiy
After attending the Wolfram Summer Camp last year, Laney Moy, Rachna Gupta, and Alex Alexandrovskiy were part of the Wolfram Emerging Leaders Program (WELP) under the mentorship of Rory Foulger. ...
Jose Manuel Rodriguez Caballero
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Jason Sonnenberg
With many chemistry courses moving to a hybrid or online delivery model, there is a need for creative digital tools to support the rapid pedagogy changes. Wolfram has a long ...
Mark Sofroniou
In this talk, Mark Sofroniou gives an introductory overview of the design and current state of the Wolfram Compiler. He outlines the benefits of using an intermediary representation that maps to LLVM and describes how this has influenced recent improvements to the implementation. Examples are used to show how ...
Jan Brugard
In this talk, Jan Brugard reviews key features from the latest releases of Wolfram System Modeler (12.1 and 12.2), as well as model libraries, including several virtual labs, that we have released ...
Alexander Garron
In this talk, Alexander Garron discusses the quantum-level parametric geometry he uses to construct and bond like atoms together. ​ ​​ ​Constructing a bonding profile of nuclear energy curves structuring, two like atoms are built with two parametric geometry sections. One section will be atom1 and the other section will be atom2. Let atom1 be south of atom2 and both atoms be separated by a bond plane. Spin axis bond comprising two atoms involves conserved symmetry. Fold any two like ...
Jason Biggs
Molecule fingerprints are a method of representing a molecule as a sequence of bits, either on or off, that still encodes important information about the molecular structure. These fingerprints can ...
Ankit Naik
This presentation from Ankit Naik focuses on how System Modeler is used to make teaching come alive. It gives an overview of five Wolfram Virtual Labs that we have launched: ...
Leonardo Laguna Ruiz
Have you ever thought about making your own musical instruments? What about making mathematical models of your instruments? Whether you're someone looking for a cost-effective alternative, a minimalist with dreams of maximalist sounds or a Wolfram Language enthusiast curious about sound design, you can build a virtual version ...
Oleg Marichev, Paco Jain
This talk by Oleg Marichev and Paco Jain is devoted to the new operation FractionalD[f[z], {z,α}], which is presented in the Wolfram Function Repository. FractionalD is analytical by order α operator, which for integer-positive α coincides with the usual αth-order derivative, for integer-negative α coincides with repeatable –α times indefinite integral and for α=0 coincides with the initial function. The building of such an operator was not an easy problem, because differentiation of basic Taylor series power function z^γ always gives a power function with constant coefficient and different power, but integration of z^γ can produce log(z) (for negative integer γ). We have solved this problem by an extension well known from literature generic result Γ(γ+1) z^(γ–α)/Γ(γ–α+1) for integro-differentiation of z^γ to value (–1)(γ–1) (ψ(–γ)–ψ(γ–α+1)+log(z))/((–γ–1)! Γ(γ–α+1)) z(γ–α), which should be applied for negative integer γ. More than 100 basic functions in Mathematica have representations as infinite sums ckz^(γ+k) with constant ck. It allowed us to build fractional derivatives of ...
Jonathan Gorard
Dan McDonald, Xiaofan Zhang, Peter Barendse
This talk features Dan McDonald, Xiaofan Zhang, and Peter Barendse present updates to the automated geometric functionality of the Wolfram Language introduced in Version 12, including the functions GeometricScene, RandomInstance and ...