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Re: exclusions

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  • Subject: [mg86356] Re: exclusions
  • From: ucervan at
  • Date: Sun, 9 Mar 2008 05:02:56 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <fqtqp5$db0$>

Use Exclusions->{x==1} or even Exclusions->1.0001

When an exclusion is given in the form of isolated points, we only cut
the current line at the prescribed value, which may not always succeed
in finding the correct offset around the point as in this case. If an
equation is given,  a more elaborated sampling/refinement method is
used which will try to get a better bound around the singularity/jump.

-Ulises Cervantes

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