Sur le Web ces 30 derniers jours

  • samedi 17 février 2018
  • New in the Wolfram Language: FindTextualAnswer

    Are you ever certain that somewhere in a text or set of texts, the answer to a pressing question is waiting to be found, but you don’t want to take the time to skim through thousands of words to find what you’re looking for? Well, soon the Wolfram Language will provide concise answers to your (...)
  • mardi 13 février 2018
  • Running the Numbers with the Illinois Marathon Viewer

    I love to run. A lot. And many of my coworkers do too. You can find us everywhere, and all the time: on roads, in parks, on hills and mountains, and even running up and down parking decks, a flat lander’s version of hills. And if there is a marathon to be run, we’ll be (...)
  • jeudi 8 février 2018
  • Cultivating New Solutions for the Orchard-Planting Problem

    Some trees are planted in an orchard. What is the maximum possible number of distinct lines of three trees? In his 1821 book Rational Amusement for Winter Evenings, J. Jackson put it this way: Fain would I plant a grove in rows But how must I its form compose With three trees in each row; (...)
  • vendredi 26 janvier 2018
  • The Wolfram Language Bridges Mathematics and the Arts

    Every summer, 200-some artists, mathematicians and technologists gather at the Bridges conference to celebrate connections between mathematics and the arts. It’s five exuberant days of sharing, exploring, puzzling, building, playing and discussing diverse artistic domains, from poetry to (...)
  • samedi 13 janvier 2018
  • Slicing Silhouettes of Jupiter: Processing JunoCam Images

    With the images from the Juno mission being made available to the public, I thought it might be fun to try my hand at some image processing with them. Though my background is not in image processing, the Wolfram Language has some really nice tools that lessen the learning curve, so you can (...)