Re: Share processor time between calculations

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• Subject: [mg43604] Re: Share processor time between calculations
• From: Jens-Peer Kuska <kuska at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>
• Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 04:01:51 -0400 (EDT)
• Organization: Universitaet Leipzig
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```Hi,

no Muti Threading, becaus one thread can change the symbols and its
values
while the other thread works. But you can start a kernel, reduce the
process priority and work with a second kernel.

Regards
Jens

Oliver Friedrich wrote:
>
> Hallo,
>
> I`m running Mathematica 4.2 on XP. I should try to solve an integral which seems
> to be rather complicated. Now I`m searching for a way to do that integral
> in the background with let`s say 30% CPU-power and do some other
> calculations with Mathematica with 70% CPU power. Is that possible. Can Mathematica do
>
> By the way, the integral is
>
> Integrate[f,{p,pmin,pmax},{t,tmin,tmax}] with
>
> f=\!\(\@\((\(-b\) - m\ p + \(c\_\(0, 0\) + t\ c\_\(0, 1\) \
> + p\ c\_\(1, 0\)\)\/\(d\_\(0, 0\) + t\ d\_\(0, 1\) + p\ \
> d\_\(1, 0\)\))\)\^2\/\(b + m\ p\)\)
>
> Is there a solution at all? I tried it on a Pentium450 all night long it
> didn't get a result. Is there some hope to crack this one?
>
> Thank you
>
> Oliver Friedrich

```

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