New in Mathematica 13.3
Version 13.3 introduces new functions that utilize large language models, as well as expands functionality for machine learning, mathematical computations, foreign function interface and more.Stephen Wolfram's Blog Entry announcing Version 13.3
- Added many new functions for calling large language model (LLM) functionality programmatically and for allowing LLMs to access Wolfram Language tools:
- Edit properties for a given kernel with
- Symbolic representation and manipulation of unit tests with
- Compute vector line integrals with
LineIntegrateand vector surface integrals with
- Perform complex contour integration with
- Support for the Appell bivariate hypergeometric special functions:
- Multiple new functions added and updated to represent finite fields and finite field elements and perform polynomial computations over finite fields, including
- Multiple linear algebra functions have been updated to support structured matrices with compact representation and fast computation, controlled by the new
- Statically or dynamically highlight specific elements in visualizations with
Highlightedand set global highlighting effects for visualizations with
- Calibrate a system model's parameters with measurement data using
- Publish 3D graphics and geometries to AR devices with
- Added support for the "USD" and "GLTF" AR formats for mobile devices.
- Measure how different two regions are with
RegionHausdorffDistanceand compute the farthest distance between two regions with
- Compute the minimal enclosing ball for a set of points with
CircumscribedBalland compute the maximum inscribed ball with
Haloingcreates a halo around a graphics object, typically used for text labels.
ImageSynthesizegenerates an image from a textual prompt.
FindImageShapesfinds common shapes (lines, circles, ellipses, ...) in an image.
- New functions to represent, load and get pointers to functions in dynamic libraries:
- Several functions added for raw memory operations:
- Support for memory-managed objects with
See the complete list of what's new in the Wolfram Language with Mathematica 13.3 at the Wolfram Research website