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Subject: Speed Up symbolic code From: Christopher Creutzig Date: 17 Aug, 2011 08:16:07 Message: 2 of 17 
On 16.08.11 21:50, kamuran turksoy wrote: 
Christopher Creutzig <Christopher.Creutzig@mathworks.com> wrote in message <4E4B78C7.9010808@mathworks.com>... 
On 8/17/2011 2:19 PM, kamuran turksoy wrote: 
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Subject: Speed Up symbolic code From: Christopher Creutzig Date: 19 Aug, 2011 07:49:44 Message: 6 of 17 
On 18.08.11 23:08, kamuran turksoy wrote: 
Christopher Creutzig <Christopher.Creutzig@mathworks.com> wrote in message <4E4E1598.9010601@mathworks.com>... 
I have a somewhat similar problem with symbolic calculations being really slow in MuPad. I'm using a code that was developed for Maple and am now working with 2010b where it's really slowed down. I would really appreciate any ideas on how to speed this up. 
Subject: Speed Up symbolic code From: Christopher Creutzig Date: 24 Aug, 2011 11:03:12 Message: 9 of 17 
On 24.08.11 07:08, Daphne wrote: 

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Subject: Speed Up symbolic code From: Christopher Creutzig Date: 25 Aug, 2011 07:02:23 Message: 12 of 17 
On 24.08.11 20:08, kamuran turksoy wrote: 
Christopher Creutzig <Christopher.Creutzig@mathworks.com> wrote in message <4E55F37F.5000307@mathworks.com>... 
Subject: Speed Up symbolic code From: Christopher Creutzig Date: 30 Aug, 2011 07:58:30 Message: 14 of 17 
On 25.08.11 20:31, kamuran turksoy wrote: 
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Subject: Speed Up symbolic code From: Christopher Creutzig Date: 2 Sep, 2011 12:05:52 Message: 16 of 17 
On 01.09.11 22:53, kamuran turksoy wrote: 
"kamuran turksoy" <kamuranturksoy@gmail.com> wrote in message <j2ehm3$3r0$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>... 
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