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Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]
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Przemek Klosowski |
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Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?] |
Date: |
Thu, 10 Feb 2005 08:39:14 -0500 (EST) |
people have course materials based on octave with particular examples
generated from particular seeds, and they want the same graphs.
OK, if they get different simulation results for different random sequences, it
probably means that their methods are incorrect. I do see, however, how it would
be useful for debugging.
- Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?], (continued)
- Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?], David Bateman, 2005/02/24
- Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?], Paul Kienzle, 2005/02/24
- Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], David Bateman, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], Paul Kienzle, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], David Bateman, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], Paul Kienzle, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], John W. Eaton, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], David Bateman, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], John W. Eaton, 2005/02/25
- Re: Class of User Types [Was: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?]], David Bateman, 2005/02/25
- Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?],
Przemek Klosowski <=
- Re: Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?], John W. Eaton, 2005/02/10
- Moving code from octave-forge to octave [Was: polyderiv problem?], John W. Eaton, 2005/02/10