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Topic: c code generation
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Ken Klimkowski

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c code generation
Posted: Jun 28, 1996 9:50 AM
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Greetings,
First, I have not yet used Mathematica, but I will be soon.
I would like to know the complexity involved with using
Mathematica to generate source code, and if anyone has generated such
code for computing derivatives of spherical harmonics.

I am working on a classical mathematical application involving
partial differential equations and the approximation of its solution.
We started with Laplace's equation and used an approximation based on a
variation of spherical harmonics which met our computational needs ( we
have mangled the coefficients for computational reasons.) Now we are
planning on extending our work to other PDE's by taking derivatives where
appropriate.

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Thanks,
-Kenneth







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