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Mathematica v7.0

Perform engineering analysis and modeling.

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"Indispensable for physics"

"Indispensable for physics"

La_VolpeSeptember 21, 2013 /  Version: Mathematica 7.0

2013-09-21 16:56:43  |  By La_Volpe

- Powerful symbolic mathematics- Extensive built-in numerical routines- Easily handles day-to-day mathematical tasks for me. I work for NASA as an experimental cosmologist.- For me, this is a game changer. Had mathematica been available when I was a Ph.D. student in the 1980's, my career might have taken a different path.

- Mathematica is very good, but it is not as good as a good human. It does not "see" symmetries in systems of equations. Sometimes I have to go in by hand and solve things that Mathematica cannot. When this happens, the problem at hand is usually postgraduate level or higher.- Mathematica is clumsy with tensors. When doing tensor computations, I often have to trick it to get it to do what I want. I admit that more expert users might be able to get it to work straight away.


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