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  • jeudi 19 juillet 2018
  • Getting to the Point: Asymptotic Expansions in the Wolfram Language

    Asymptotic expansions have played a key role in the development of fields such as aerodynamics, quantum physics and mathematical analysis, as they allow us to bridge the gap between intricate theories and practical calculations. Indeed, the leading term in such an expansion often gives more (...)
  • vendredi 13 juillet 2018
  • The Shape of the Vote: Exploring Congressional Districts with Computation

    In the past few decades, the process of redistricting has moved squarely into the computational realm, and with it the political practice of gerrymandering. But how can one solve the problem of equal representation mathematically? And what can be done to test the fairness of districts? In this (...)
  • jeudi 12 juillet 2018
  • Launching the Wolfram Neural Net Repository

    Today, we are excited to announce the official launch of the Wolfram Neural Net Repository! A huge amount of work has gone into training or converting around 70 neural net models that now live in the repository, and can be accessed programmatically in the Wolfram Language via NetModel: ? net = (...)
  • jeudi 5 juillet 2018
  • Programming Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi

    The standard Raspbian software on the Raspberry Pi comes with a basic implementation of Minecraft and a full implementation of the Wolfram Language. Combining the two provides a fun playground for learning coding. If you are a gamer, you can use the richness of the Wolfram Language to (...)
  • vendredi 29 juin 2018
  • Learning to Listen: Neural Networks Application for Recognizing Speech

    Introduction Recognizing words is one of the simplest tasks a human can do, yet it has proven extremely difficult for machines to achieve similar levels of performance. Things have changed dramatically with the ubiquity of machine learning and neural networks, though: the performance achieved (...)