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Re: Student Edition of Mathematica

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  • Subject: [mg3263] Re: Student Edition of Mathematica
  • From: dwarf at wam.umd.edu (Dwarf)
  • Date: Wed, 21 Feb 1996 02:16:33 -0500
  • Organization: University of Maryland College Park
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Franklin Lonberg (frank at phage.elsie.brandeis.edu) wrote:
: Is there any difference in the performance of the student edition of 
: Mathematica running on a Pentium Windows 95 computer, as compared with the
: regular version, i. e. is it somehow hadicapped to make it run slower, or 
: is the difference only in the lack of completeness of the Student Edition

So far, I have been using the student version on a 486-100 and havent 
noticed any real performance penalty compared to the computers on campus 
running the full version (at least, not that couldnt be explained by the 
slower processor :)  )

The documentation from Wolfram claims that it is a full version of 
Mathematica, not crippled at all.  So far I havent seen anything missing.

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