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Remote Kernels, ComplexExpand, and Memory Use under Windows

Volume 4, Issue 1
Winter 1994
Edited by Todd Gayley

Members of the Wolfram Research technical support staff present articles on problems and questions we often encounter. In this column, we provide tips on running remote kernels from a Macintosh, using the ComplexExpand function to extend symbolic formulae to the complex numbers and setting the kernel memory allocation on a Windows machine.


Running Remote Kernels from a Macintosh

Symbolic Complex Algebra using ComplexExpand

Memory Allocation under Windows

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