Coolest Mathematica trick you'll see this month guaranteed
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- Subject: [mg96769] Coolest Mathematica trick you'll see this month guaranteed
- From: Chris Pemberton <cjpembo at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 05:47:00 -0500 (EST)
I use Linux on my machines and enjoy helping other Archlinux users in
the online forums. A fellow Arch user was having issues with
Mathematica 7. He was plotting a 3D parametric equation and
experiencing a sustained high processor load on this laptop; only
killing the kernel would allow the CPU to idle down. He found that the
laptop's accelerometer kernel driver was eating nearly 30% of the CPU
time.... You'll just have to read the forum to see the rest!
Can any Windows or Mac users duplicate this? Or is this a Linux-only
"feature"? Or maybe this is well-known and I'm just late in finding out?
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