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Cleve Moler


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277 total contributions since 2012

The world's first MATLAB programmer.

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Bringing Back the Bucky Ball
The Bucky Ball provides an elegant example of a graph, the connectivity of the Buckminster Fuller geodesic dome.We are also...

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Solving Commodious Linear Systems
This is about linear systems with fewer equations than variables; A*x = b where the m -by- n matrix A has fewer rows that...

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Easter Sunday and April Fools
What do the years 2018, 2029 and 2040 have in common? They are the only years in the 21st century when Easter Sunday occurs...

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“Odd Rock” on Mars Exhibits (Almost) Magic Square
A news story released yesterday, March 31,by c|net has the headline... read more >>

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Mount St. Helens and Matrix Rank
What do Mount St. Helens and the rank of a matrix have in common? The answer is the MATLAB function peaks. Let me explain....

3 months ago

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Round, With Tie Breakers, Round Three
I recently published Round, With Ties to Even and followed that with Round Two. Then, in an email, Andy Bartlett pointed...

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Round, With Tie Breakers, Round Two
I published Round, With Ties to Even a couple of days ago. Steve Eddins and Daniel Dolan immediately had substantive...

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Round, With Ties to Even
We are considering a MATLAB Enhancement Request to support options for round(x) when x is exactly halfway between two...

4 months ago

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CR and CAB, Rank Revealing Matrix Factorizations
The rank of a linear transformation is a fundamental concept in linear algebra and matrix factorizations are fundamental...

5 months ago

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Holiday Greetings 2020
I want to share some colorful images featuring the seven colors in the MATLAB axes color order.... read more >>

6 months ago

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A Famous Equation, x^2 = 2^x
A recent episode of the popular YouTube channel "blackpenredpen" is about solutions to the famous equation... read more...

7 months ago

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Paul Saylor, 1939-2020
My friend Paul Saylor passed away on November 7th.... read more >>

7 months ago

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Anticipating Official U.S. Census for 2020
On October 13, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Census Bureau could stop the 2020 census early. Here is a link to...

8 months ago

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Cleve_Lab
A Mathematical Exploratium

8 months ago | 36 downloads |

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Notes on CR and west0479
My post a few days ago, Gil Strang and the CR Matrix Factorization, generated a lot of email. Here is the resulting...

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Gil Strang and the CR Matrix Factorization
My friend Gil Strang is known for his lectures from MIT course 18.06, Linear Algebra, which are available on MIT...

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Two Dubious Ways to Solve A*X = X*B, part 1
Recently, I had email from a student in Italy.... read more >>

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Addition to SVD and Partisanship in the U. S. Senate
I have added this section to my post a few weeks ago about using the SVD to measure partisanship in the United States...

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SVD Quantifies Increasing Partisanship in the U. S. Senate
Many observers have noted that the United States Senate has become increasingly partisan in recent years. Votes are being...

10 months ago

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Collatz Inequality and Singleton Expansion
I've blogged about this gem from Lothar Collatz (1910-1990) before, but it deserves to be repeated. Especially since it now...

10 months ago

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Serendipity, Kuramoto, Colleagues and Backslash
Alexa tells me that the definition of serendipity is "the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or...

11 months ago

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A Mesmerizing Animation
A Mesmerizing AnimationWe are working on a paper about the Kuramoto model of self-synchronizing oscillators. This animation...

12 months ago

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History of MATLAB Published by the ACM
"A History of MATLAB", a 67-page paper that Jack Little and I have written, has been published by the ACM, the Association...

1 year ago

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Moler on E-NLA, Wednesday, May 27
It has been a while since I made a blog post. It is because I am preparing to give a talk next week on"The Evolution of...

1 year ago

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Precise Setting of a Delicate Parameter with “pibar”
(A slight revision of the post I made a few hours ago.)... read more >>

1 year ago

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John Horton Conway
John Horton ConwayFrom the New York Times, April 15, 2020John Horton Conway, a ‘Magical Genius’ in Math, Dies at... read...

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Champagne Portraits of Complex Functions
Lots of tiny bubbles.... read more >>

1 year ago

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Web Fake News Simulator
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COVID19 Simulator.
Simulate spread of COVID19

1 year ago | 12 downloads |

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Second Version of a COVID-19 Simulator
I have completely rewritten the COVID-19 simulator that I described in last week's blog post and I now have a second...

1 year ago

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