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A strong MAA, please

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  • Subject: [mg1733] A strong MAA, please
  • From: Jesus ROJO <jesroj at>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 01:16:42 -0400


Usually, I have my authorized copy of Mathematica and I work with 
it without problem.

But, in the last time, I have a problem that I try
to solve with Mathematica (by hand is obviously
impossible) and I can't. The problem is that
I haven't nor enough memory neither enough speed
for it. My problem is very simple but the system (linear and
nonlinear) that provides is as big that my
Mathematica can't work with it.

I am able to work a little loading in memory
the real minimum and then working. But with this method
I can make just a little more.

Are there, please, one mathgrouper who can run just
a program in a strong workstation ? If someone can
solve me this problem, I could send him/her the file
with the program and recuperate (by e-mail) the
file '.DAT' that the machine provides (it is very

Thank-you for all,

			       Jesus ROJO
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