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Washington DC Area Mathematica Special Interest Group

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  • Subject: [mg112051] Washington DC Area Mathematica Special Interest Group
  • From: "Bruce Colletti" <bwcolletti at verizon.net>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 04:07:18 -0400 (EDT)

Mathematica SIG
(http://web.me.com/hrbishop.pmsi)

MEETING

27 August  2010, 7:30 am

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
8301 Greensboro Drive
McLean VA
Southern Corner of Westpark Drive and Greensboro Drive
Agenda

1.  Prepared Talks

"Archiving Mathematica-generated Data", by Dan Martinez

ABSTRACT.  The title says it all.    


"Leibnitz's Rule Extended to Two Dimensions", by Mel Friedman

ABSTRACT.  The problem of differentiating a double integral with respect to
a parameter z when the limits of integration depend on z is discussed.

This problem is an extension of the well known Leibnitz's rule for
differentiating a single integral with respect to z when the limits of
integration depend on z. The solution of this problem is useful for
calculating the pdf of a random variable Z that depends in a known way on
two other random variables X and Y when the joint probability density
function of X and Y is known. Mathematica's word processing and symbolic
manipulation capability facilitated an analytical solution of the problem.


"Dealing with the aesthetics and verifiability of equations in manuscripts
submitted for publication", by David Vasholz

ABSTRACT.  The author has recently submitted a fairly extensive Mathematica
notebook that was accepted (after having been converted to a PDF file) as a
finished manuscript by a scientific journal (Theoretical and Computational
Fluid Dynamics). Various lessons learned from this process will be discussed
along with a short example manuscript that includes a "self aware" Appendix
that expedites the verification and examination of equations appearing in
the body of the manuscript.



2.  Mathematica Gems and Discoveries

Sharing of Mathematica programming oddities
Applications of Mathematica to some areas of science
Something recently read and worth sharing

3.  Mathematica Questions, Possible Approaches and Discussion

4.  New Business

Set rules that govern speakers
Discuss the 10 September special meeting
Select next meeting presentation, time and place 


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Directions to 8301 Greensboro Drive, McLean VA (tall, boxy and white SAIC
Enterprise Building at south corner of Westpark Drive and Greensboro Drive):


>From the Beltway, go northwest on Route 7 (Leesburg Pike) and proceed past
Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road). Turn right onto Westpark Drive (Gosnell Road
in the other direction). Turn right at the next light onto Greensboro Drive
and then right into the parking lot. Visitor's Parking is adjacent to
Westpark Drive. 

A SIG representative will meet you in the lobby. 

Please arrive no later than 6:50AM if you wish to join us for a dutch-treat
breakfast, and no later than 7:20AM to attend the meeting only. The desk
officer will ask for a driver's license before issuing a visitor's badge.




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