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EvaluationMonitor   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
EvaluationMonitor is an option for various numerical computation and plotting functions that gives an expression to evaluate whenever functions derived from the input are ...
Monitoring and Selecting Algorithms   (Mathematica Tutorial)
Functions in Mathematica are carefully set up so that you normally do not have to know how they work inside. But particularly for numerical functions that use iterative ...
Method   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Method is an option for various algorithm-intensive functions that specifies what internal methods they should use.
PerformanceGoal   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
PerformanceGoal is an option for plotting and various other algorithmic functions that specifies what aspect of performance to try to optimize with Automatic settings for ...
Differential Equations   (Mathematica Guide)
Automatically selecting between hundreds of powerful and in many cases original algorithms, Mathematica provides both numerical and symbolic solving of differential equations ...
Numerical Evaluation & Precision   (Mathematica Guide)
In two decades of intense algorithmic development, Mathematica has established a new level of numerical computation. Particularly notable are its many original highly ...
Monitor   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Monitor[expr, mon] generates a temporary monitor cell in which the continually updated current value of mon is displayed during the course of evaluation of expr.
Mathematica has long set the standard for high-end technical graphics and visualization. Version 6.0 added many innovative options that brought automated aesthetics to a new ...
MaxRecursion   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
MaxRecursion is an option for functions like NIntegrate and Plot that specifies how many recursive subdivisions can be made.
Print   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
Print[expr] prints expr as output.
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