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Evaluation Monitors
written by Richard Gass
This brief tutorial illustrates Mathematica Tools that monitor the intermediate steps in computations. EvaluationMonitor and StepMonitor are options for many of Mathematica's numerical functions and are excellent ways of tracking the performance of an ODE solver. Included is introductions to the functions Sow and Reap.
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- Differential Equations
- Numerical Analysis
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EvaluationMonitor, Mathematica, ODE solver, Reap and Sow functions, StepMonitor
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Metadata instance created March 9, 2009 by David Winch
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