What’s new in Mathematica 11.2

Version 11.2 is a chargeable update.

mathematica 11.2

Mathematica 11.2 is based on the Wolfram Language 11.2 and brings a mixture of new features and enhancements of existing features, including over a hundred new functions and expanding the functionality in audio and image processing, mathematical computation, task handling and machine learning, and much more.

  • Compute undirected and multivariate limits, upper and lower limits or discrete limits
  • Solve directly for limiting values in continuous or discrete equations
  • FourierTransform support for periodic functions
  • Perform 3D Boolean operations on regions
  • New methods and options for automated machine learning, with support for extracting word vectors, audio and sequences
  • Expanded neural network layer types with new options and methods
  • Additional support for neural network import/export formats
  • ImageRestyle to recreate one image based on the features of another
  • Get satellite images with GeoImage
  • RegionImage for 3D rasterization of regions
  • Capture the current screen or notebook with CurrentScreenImage and CurrentNotebookImage
  • SpeechSynthesize for generating spoken audio from expressions
  • Support for stereo audio, programmatic audio playback and Linux audio capture
  • Connect to external language interpreters with ExternalEvaluate and StartExternalSession
  • ZeroMQ network programming through the SocketConnect framework
  • Framework for configuring initialization values and computations
  • Manage asynchronous and background tasks with the TaskObject framework
  • Additional documentation for low-level numerical linear algebra
  • New features since 11.1

 See the complete list of what’s new in the Wolfram Language with Mathematica 11.2 den Seiten des Herstellers Wolfram Research