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Topic: Mathematica 3.0 vs Matlab
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Bill Hunter

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Mathematica 3.0 vs Matlab
Posted: Nov 6, 1996 1:11 AM
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[please send any detailed discussion of MatLab to the poster and not
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At the risk of starting a flame war, can anyone comment on whether
Mathematica 3.0, with its number crunching improvements, is efficient
enough to replace matrix-oriented tools such as Matlab for pure
numerical tasks? Informal benchmarks would be greatly appreciated.

BTW, I have yet to see 3.0 in action, so this question is driven by
teaser descriptions on Wolfram's Web page and at least a bit of
wishful thinking.








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