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Default methods within Mathematica

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  • Subject: [mg734] Default methods within Mathematica
  • From: bouyer at ext.jussieu.fr (Frederic BOUYER)
  • Date: Wed, 12 Apr 1995 08:15:45 +0100

Sear,

I am a user of Mathematica on PowerMac and on SGI. I have some questions
about methods used within Mathematica:

1- What is the default method used for the diagonalization of a matrix
(Eingenvalue[], Eigensystem[])?
2- What is the defalut method used within Mathematica for solving N
non-linear equations of N unkown variables (NSolve[])?

Thank you in advance.

Frederic Bouyer


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