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I have a complicated tensor expression that is defined wtih all indices down. However if i consider a one-up-one-down configuration it appears to introduce new terms that no longer produce the same result as the all down configuration. Not sure what to make of this.

I asked a question a while ago

Which did not get any immediate responses but one late one which i had replied to, but nothing else since then. 

Is it appropriate to delete and repost and try to get more responses/exposure and see if anyone else has any ideas? 

Since @ecterrab is the one who responded I consider this an interesting problem that I would like to continue discussing. 

I have a pretty ugly nested integral (in my opinion) that I am trying to compute. I thought that I simplified the problem to an easier siutation however during my attempted calculations I am recieving: "Error, (in evalf/int) cannot handle unevaluated name `L` in evalhf

I am unsure where this is coming from, I would assume something in procedure or my attempted use of unapply is incorrect. Any comments are welcome, including those that state I am doing this entirely incorrectly. 


Hi Everyone, 

I have a numeric integral which I hope to evaluate (ideally over a infinite domain) that for some reason is giving me difficulty and I cannot seem to find a work around. I want to use method = _d01amc in the integral as a means to speed up the process - I am motivating this by the answer i recieved from @acer in - however I keep recieving an error indicating overflow. 

This seems rather strange to me due to the fact that if I omit a method and just let Maple do its own thing it will eventually spit out an answer albeit slower then I would prefer for the procedure I am going to eventually impliment. 

My integrand and attempts/confusion can be seen in the attached worksheet. 

Any thoughts appreciated.

I have a very simple procedure that I wrote to get information for an inequality using data from two lists, upon which I can create a pointplot . Now I know people will see what I have done and probably cringe, and believe me I do as well. I know it is not efficient and there is probably a numerous number of ways to do it better but my procedural skills for Maple are lacking. 

From my file you will see what I am attempting to do,nonetheless I will mention it here. I have two lists X,W. for each value in I want to fine the value in W that yields F(X,L)<G(X,L) where F(X,L) is a complicated integral that I have to evalute numerically, I have tried using unapply as outline in it however only made my problem worse. For small lists it seems to be reasonable but for larger precision it is not the useful. I have looked through the ?do help page and some other resources but to no avail. From what I have seen though I believe I should be using the until command in do but I can't figure it out with having two lists. 

Any help,tips or tricks will be greatly appreciated.

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