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mardi 21 mars 2017

  • Apply Now for the 15th Annual Wolfram Summer School
    This year’s Wolfram Summer School will be held at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts, from June 18 to July 7, 2017. Maybe you’re a researcher who wants to study the dynamics of galaxies with cellular automata. Perhaps you’re an innovator who wants to create a way to read time from (...)

vendredi 17 mars 2017

  • The R&D Pipeline Continues: Launching Version 11.1
    A Minor Release That’s Not Minor I’m pleased to announce the release today of Version 11.1 of the Wolfram Language (and Mathematica). As of now, Version 11.1 is what’s running in the Wolfram Cloud—and desktop versions are available for immediate download for Mac, Windows and Linux. What’s new in (...)

  • Analyzing and Translating an Alien Language: Arrival, Logograms and the Wolfram Language
    If aliens actually visited Earth, world leaders would bring in a scientist to develop a process for understanding their language. So when director Denis Villeneuve began working on the science fiction movie Arrival, he and his team turned to real-life computer scientists Stephen and Christopher (...)

vendredi 10 mars 2017

  • Visualizing Anatomy
    In Mathematica 10, we introduced support for anatomical structures in EntityValue, which included, among many other things, a “Graphics3D” property that returns a 3D model of the anatomical structure in question. We also styled the models and aligned them with the concepts in the Unified Medical (...)

jeudi 2 mars 2017

  • Hidden Figures: Modern Approaches to Orbit and Reentry Calculations
    The movie Hidden Figures was released in theaters recently and has been getting good reviews. It also deals with an important time in US history, touching on a number of topics, including civil rights and the Space Race. The movie details the hidden story of Katherine Johnson and her coworkers (...)

  • How to Use Your Smartphone for Vibration Analysis, Part 1: The Wolfram Language
    Until now, it has been difficult for the average engineer to perform simple vibration analysis. The initial cost for simple equipment, including software, may be several thousand dollars—and it is not unusual for advanced equipment and software to cost ten times as much. Normally, a vibration (...)


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