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Re: what's the largest system solvable in mathematica?

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  • Subject: [mg43980] Re: [mg43957] what's the largest system solvable in mathematica?
  • From: sean kim <sean_incali at yahoo.com>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 04:16:17 -0400 (EDT)
  • Reply-to: sean_incali01 at yahoo.com
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I hate it when I post something and I don't sound
clear. 

well, I guess, if one has a cluster, then the system
that can be solved will be bigger.  ( d'oh)

let me rephrase. 

how about on a single machine runing a single kernel(
or two kernels)?

what will be the biggest system of ODE's that has been
solved or simulated successfully using Mathematica? 

thanks in advance for any thoughts and insights.

sean 


--- sean kim <sean_incali at yahoo.com> wrote:
> hello group. 
> 
> I was wondering... does anyone know what the largest
> system of ODE
> solved using the Mathematica?  How many ode's were
> in the system?
> 
> did they use parallel kit or grid mathematica to
> solve it?  
> 
> maybe a silly question, but I was just wonering. 
> 
> any thoughts or insight will be appreciated.
> 
> thanks in advance
> 
> sean
> 


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