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The Soma Cube is a popular physical puzzle. Computing all of the solutions is a challenging task, involving some math and some unusual combinatorial algorithms. The tables used in the MATLAB Soma Demo were computed in MATLAB V4 and then the code was lost. This is a recreation of that code.



The tiny compiler is a kind of grammar. More capable compilers can be built, and so on. The components, and a paper describing them are included. This is a later version of FX 23255



There are two files: a PDF whitepaper on measuring MATLAB performance and a small M program to report performance-critical information from a platform.



Generate permutations of a set of vectors under flag control. The flags are 'all' (n factorial), 'even', 'odd', 'cycles', 'signs'. Combinations can be used. The flag 'unique' will remove duplicate entries. This file is a compatible extension of...



Before there was floating point, or a way to write zero, or algebraic notation, Archimedes bounded the value of pi by estimating the perimeter of regular polygons inside and outside the circle. His computation is repeated and explained here using...