Sur le Web ces 30 derniers jours

  • vendredi 19 avril 2019
  • 3D Printing “Spikey” Commemorative Coins with the Wolfram Language

    I approached my friend Frederick Wu and suggested that we should make a physical Wolfram Spikey Coin (not to be confused with a Wolfram Blockchain Token!) for the celebration of the 30th anniversary of Mathematica. Frederick is a long-term Mathematica user and coin collector, and together, we (...)
  • jeudi 18 avril 2019
  • Computing Exact Uncertainties—Physical Constants in the Current and in the New SI

    Introduction In the so-called “new SI,” the updated version of the International System of Units that will define the seven base units (second, meter, kilogram, ampere, kelvin, mole and candela) and that goes into effect May 20 of 2019, all SI units will be definitionally based on exact values of (...)
  • mardi 16 avril 2019
  • Fishackathon: Protecting Marine Life with AI and the Wolfram Language

    Fishackathon Every year, the U.S. Department of State sponsors a worldwide competition called Fishackathon. Its goal is to protect life in our waters by creating technological solutions to help solve problems related to fishing. The first global competition was held in 2014 and has been growing (...)
  • Shattering the Plane with Twelve New Substitution Tilings Using 2, ?, ?, ?, ?

    Similar Triangle Dissections Version 12 of the Wolfram Language introduces solvers for geometry problems. The documentation for the new function GeometricScene has a neat example showing the following piece of code, with GeometricAssertion calling for seven similar triangles: &#10005 (...)