A Guide to Maple: GT MAPLE

Hardcover | December 21, 1998

byErnic Kamerich, Kamerich

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This "hands-on" book is for people who are interested in immediately putting Maple to work. The reader is provided with a compact, fast and surveyable guide that introduces them to the extensive capabilities of the software. The book is sufficient for standard use of Maple and will provide techniques for extending Maple for more specialized work. The author discusses the reliability of results systematically and presents ways of testing questionable results. The book allows a reader to become a user almost immediately and helps him/her to grow gradually to a broader and more proficient use. As a consequence, some subjects are dealt with in an introductory way early in the book, with references to a more detailed discussion later on.

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This hands-on book allows one to become a Maple user immediately and then gradually guides readers to a broader and more proficient use of Maple. It is structured to serve as a fast and surveyable guide that introduces the extensive capabilities of the software for standard use as well as introducing Maple facilities that can carry out...

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This "hands-on" book is for people who are interested in immediately putting Maple to work. The reader is provided with a compact, fast and surveyable guide that introduces them to the extensive capabilities of the software. The book is sufficient for standard use of Maple and will provide techniques for extending Maple for more specia...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:379 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:December 21, 1998Publisher:Springer

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ISBN - 10:0387941169

ISBN - 13:9780387941165

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Table of Contents

Preface.- Basic Elements in the Use of Maple.- Numbers and Algebraic Operators.- Names and Evaluation 1: Mathematical Variables.- Elementary Calculus.- Names and Evaluation 2: Applying Procedures.- Creating and Using Mathematical Functions.- Graphics.- Power Series, Taylor and Laurent Expansion, Limits.- Numerical Calculations in Maple Conversion to Fortran and C.- Manipulating Several Objects at Once.- Substitution and Subexpressions.- Manipulating and Converting Numbers.- Polynomials and Rational Expressions.- Polynomial Equations and Factoring Polynomials.- Manipulating Algebraic Expressions.- Solving Equations in General.- Solving Differential Equations.- Vectors and Matrices. Appendix A: The User Interface.- Appendix B: Types, Properties, and Domains.- Appendix C: Names and Evaluation 3: Some Special Features.- Appendix D: Piecewise Defined Expressions and Functions.- Appendix E: Control Structures.- Index.

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This hands-on book allows one to become a Maple user immediately and then gradually guides readers to a broader and more proficient use of Maple. It is structured to serve as a fast and surveyable guide that introduces the extensive capabilities of the software for standard use as well as introducing Maple facilities that can carry out more specialized calculations