I have a problem with fit parameters restrictions.
I would like to give restrictions of the parameters of my fit in order to get the best fit parameters, but the "parameterranges" seems to be not in function.
my function is following:
> y1 := piecewise(0 <><>
I have the following: arrays arrC of type double in a C code and a fct
in Maple allowing arrM of type Array(datatype = float) as argument.
I want to evaluate the fct using arrC as input. For that one can either
use 'MapleAssignIndexed' (looping through the elements if there are not
very much of them), or 'RTableCreate' (details omitted).
Both seem to need some overhead which costs time.
Is there a way to use something like the C function memcpy to copy the
array to Maple (assuming the correct space can be supplied) to speed it
up? Does one have to work with byte arrays instead for that - or is it
I was wondering whether there is any way to protect a table. I have the following situation:
> f := table([ a = table([ a1 = 1, a2 = 2 ]), b = table([ b1 = 3, b2 = 4 ]) ]);
That is, f[a] returns another indexed table. Now, when I do protect(f), protect(f[a]) or even protect(f[a][a1]), I cannot change its value any more:
> f[a][a1] := test;
Error, attempting to assign to array/table `f` which is protected
But if I assign f[a] to a new variable g, then I can do it:
> g := f[a];
> g[a1] := test;
table([a = table([a1 = test, a2 = c]), d = table([d1 = i, d2 = j])])
I noticed that this function is used only for a discontinous function. What can I do if I have a discontinous data?
I'm trying to generate a list of solutions by changing two parameters as follows (T,x[1,a]):
> for T from Q by J to K do
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