Wolfram Research, Champaign, IL, released Mathematica 11 technical computing software that features more than 500 new functions, including improvements in machine learning, 3D printing and geometry, mathematics, visualization and graphics, graphs and statistics, geography, text and language processing, knowledge base, units and dates, cloud and Web interfaces, and audio, imaging, and signals. The new version enables users to print 3D models and plots directly through local or cloud-based 3D printers, and to identify more than 10,000 objects and classify and extract features in data with customizable machine learning tools. Other features include the ability to construct, train, and evaluate high-performance neural networks with both CPU and GPU support, and integrated support for audio, from trimming and filters to synthesizing sounds and measuring audio. The software includes enhancements in interface, language and algorithm depth, and efficiency.

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