mathos Issue Tracker Rss Feedhttps://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/list/basicmathos Issue Tracker Rss DescriptionEdited Unassigned: Error in Finite Calculus [2437]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2437For the following sequence: 3,9,18,30 in GetExpression Method. (summation)<br />artemlosFri, 31 Oct 2014 19:47:08 GMTEdited Unassigned: Error in Finite Calculus [2437] 20141031074708PCommented Unassigned: Error in Finite Calculus [2437]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2437For the following sequence: 3,9,18,30 in GetExpression Method. (summation)<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: artemlos ** <p>this was already fixed in the newest version of the core lib.</p>artemlosFri, 31 Oct 2014 19:46:40 GMTCommented Unassigned: Error in Finite Calculus [2437] 20141031074640PEdited Unassigned: Unable to login into project account using Visual Studio 2012 [2336]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2336Hi There, <br /><br />A while ago, I registered over Codplex website using my microsoft email account. Then I joined this project while send a message to the intended coordinator discussing about why I would like contribute here. <br /><br />Then I followed these instructions found at "http://mathosproject.com/wiki/developer-guide/getting-started-with-project-development/" to start with project. But sadly I am unable to login into account. <br /><br />Let me step-by-step explain the issue : <br />Step 1: I opened my Visual Studio 2012 and pasted the copied link as <br /> https://tfs.codeplex.com:443/tfs/TFS18<br /><br />Step 2: Then I was supposed to give a username as "snd\username_cp" and password as of <br /> my Codplex account password. But I am unable to login at this moment.<br /><br />These all activities I did within half an hour. Am I supposed to wait for some sort of confirmation email for account activation or something ? Would you please guide me to resolve this issue ? Please find couple of attached snapshots for more understanding.<br /><br />Thanks in advance. <br /><br />Cheers!<br />artemlosSun, 19 Oct 2014 20:52:01 GMTEdited Unassigned: Unable to login into project account using Visual Studio 2012 [2336] 20141019085201PCreated Unassigned: Error in Finite Calculus [2437]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2437For the following sequence: 3,9,18,30 in GetExpression Method.<br />artemlosSun, 19 Oct 2014 20:50:48 GMTCreated Unassigned: Error in Finite Calculus [2437] 20141019085048PCommented Unassigned: Unable to login into project account using Visual Studio 2012 [2336]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2336Hi There, <br /><br />A while ago, I registered over Codplex website using my microsoft email account. Then I joined this project while send a message to the intended coordinator discussing about why I would like contribute here. <br /><br />Then I followed these instructions found at "http://mathosproject.com/wiki/developer-guide/getting-started-with-project-development/" to start with project. But sadly I am unable to login into account. <br /><br />Let me step-by-step explain the issue : <br />Step 1: I opened my Visual Studio 2012 and pasted the copied link as <br /> https://tfs.codeplex.com:443/tfs/TFS18<br /><br />Step 2: Then I was supposed to give a username as "snd\username_cp" and password as of <br /> my Codplex account password. But I am unable to login at this moment.<br /><br />These all activities I did within half an hour. Am I supposed to wait for some sort of confirmation email for account activation or something ? Would you please guide me to resolve this issue ? Please find couple of attached snapshots for more understanding.<br /><br />Thanks in advance. <br /><br />Cheers!<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: artemlos ** <p>Hi!</p><p>You should now be able to access the source control! Everything you entered is correct; it was simply because the account was not registered as a developer at the time when you tried to log in. Now it's fixed.</p><p>In case it does not work now either, please take a look at https://mathos.codeplex.com/SourceControl/latest and press "Connect" to get the connection details (note that you must be logged in).</p><p>Hope this helps!</p><p>/Artem</p>artemlosFri, 25 Jul 2014 09:23:11 GMTCommented Unassigned: Unable to login into project account using Visual Studio 2012 [2336] 20140725092311ACreated Unassigned: Unable to login into project account using Visual Studio 2012 [2336]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2336Hi There, <br /><br />A while ago, I registered over Codplex website using my microsoft email account. Then I joined this project while send a message to the intended coordinator discussing about why I would like contribute here. <br /><br />Then I followed these instructions found at "http://mathosproject.com/wiki/developer-guide/getting-started-with-project-development/" to start with project. But sadly I am unable to login into account. <br /><br />Let me step-by-step explain the issue : <br />Step 1: I opened my Visual Studio 2012 and pasted the copied link as <br /> https://tfs.codeplex.com:443/tfs/TFS18<br /><br />Step 2: Then I was supposed to give a username as "snd\username_cp" and password as of <br /> my Codplex account password. But I am unable to login at this moment.<br /><br />These all activities I did within half an hour. Am I supposed to wait for some sort of confirmation email for account activation or something ? Would you please guide me to resolve this issue ? <br /><br />Thanks in advance. <br /><br />Cheers!<br />gauravsheoharFri, 25 Jul 2014 06:22:47 GMTCreated Unassigned: Unable to login into project account using Visual Studio 2012 [2336] 20140725062247ACreated Unassigned: Change MathConstants to decimal from double [2304]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2304It appears that the Mathematical constants are to big to be stored as a double.<br />artemlosSun, 06 Jul 2014 08:54:24 GMTCreated Unassigned: Change MathConstants to decimal from double [2304] 20140706085424ACommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: Methavas ** <p>> Do we really need to make it recursive? Your algorithms seems to work great!<br>No, i never think the recursive algorithm was the best option...you asked if it was better using recursion, so I tried to design al algorithm :)<br>Thanks for your opinion regard my alg ;) the speed i seen here is good...I think we can use this alg definitely</p>MethavasSun, 29 Jun 2014 09:24:58 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140629092458ACommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: artemlos ** <p>> Some result from DiffDiceRoll: <br>250000 iterations average for DiceSimulator.DiffDiceRoll <br>Computer1 (i7):<br>11-13 ms.<br>Computer 2 (i3)<br>17-30 ms</p><p>Computer 3: (Intel(R) Pentium(R) D CPU 3.20GHz (2 CPUs), ~3.2GHz)<br>79-93ms</p><p></p>artemlosSat, 28 Jun 2014 21:24:27 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140628092427PCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: artemlos ** <p>> I tried to write some recursive algorithms but every time I fell into an iterative algorithm...I mean the recursion was not exploited....I hope you have better luck :)</p><p>Do we really need to make it recursive? Your algorithms seems to work great!</p>artemlosSat, 28 Jun 2014 20:23:47 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140628082347PCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: artemlos ** <p>Some result from DiffDiceRoll:</p><p>250000 iterations average for DiceSimulator.DiffDiceRoll</p><p>Computer1 (i7):<br>11-13 ms.</p><p>Computer 2 (i3)<br>17-30 ms<br></p>artemlosSat, 28 Jun 2014 20:22:48 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140628082248PCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: Methavas ** <p>I tried to write some recursive algorithms but every time I fell into an iterative algorithm...I mean the recursion was not exploited....I hope you have better luck :)</p>MethavasSat, 28 Jun 2014 05:23:14 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140628052314ACommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: Methavas ** <p>ok, I'm waiting for your response :)</p>MethavasSat, 28 Jun 2014 05:19:02 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140628051902ACommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: artemlos ** <p>> I thought a little about a recursive algorithm...I'm pretty sure is not necessary using recursion, because we cannot take advantage from it: the algorithm i've already propose has a linear complexity, I don't think we can do better.<br>This is my personal thought; I wait for your reflections, if someone has better analysis</p><p>I will perform an experiment testing both methods on at least three machines tomorrow.</p>artemlosFri, 27 Jun 2014 20:20:03 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140627082003PClosed Task: Derivative function [1614]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1614Construct a derivative function in Mathos.Calculus. This function might approximate the derivative by using a number very close to zero. However, it would be great if it could calculate the derivative using symbol manipulation.<br />artemlosFri, 27 Jun 2014 20:14:24 GMTClosed Task: Derivative function [1614] 20140627081424PClosed Feature: Update the current API Architecture [1810]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1810For Artem: create an xml doc with VS.<br />artemlosFri, 27 Jun 2014 20:13:33 GMTClosed Feature: Update the current API Architecture [1810] 20140627081333PClosed Unassigned: Fraction.Simplify and Fraction.ToDecimal() [1811]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1811I can't seem to figure out how to use these two methods. Looking over the code, the two methods don't have any arguments so I can't input any numbers to produce a result. How are they meant to be used?<br />artemlosFri, 27 Jun 2014 20:12:35 GMTClosed Unassigned: Fraction.Simplify and Fraction.ToDecimal() [1811] 20140627081235PClosed Unassigned: common functions [1831]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1831n/a<br />artemlosFri, 27 Jun 2014 20:12:16 GMTClosed Unassigned: common functions [1831] 20140627081216PClosed Unassigned: support for multi variable functions for uncertainty module [2008]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/2008use derivatives to apporximate the uncertainty of a function.<br />artemlosFri, 27 Jun 2014 20:11:42 GMTClosed Unassigned: support for multi variable functions for uncertainty module [2008] 20140627081142PCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645]http://mathos.codeplex.com/workitem/1645Create a type with following methods:<br /> * one dice<br /> * Sum of two dice<br /> * difference of two dice<br /> * maximum of two dice<br /><br />extend this for<br /> * sum of n dice<br /> * difference of n dice<br /> * etc.<br />Comments: ** Comment from web user: Methavas ** <p>I thought a little about a recursive algorithm...I'm pretty sure is not necessary using recursion, because we cannot take advantage from it: the algorithm i've already propose has a linear complexity, I don't think we can do better.<br>This is my personal thought; I wait for your reflections, if someone has better analysis</p>MethavasFri, 27 Jun 2014 08:16:15 GMTCommented Feature: Dice simulator [1645] 20140627081615A