Maple

The result of over 30 years of cutting-edge research and development, Maple helps you analyze, explore, visualize, and solve mathematical problems. With over 5000 functions, Maple offers the breadth, depth, and performance to handle every type of mathematics. Maple’s intuitive interface supports multiple styles of interaction, from Clickable Math™ tools to a sophisticated programming language. Using the smart document environment provided by Maple, you can automatically capture all of your technical knowledge in an electronic form that combines calculations, explanatory text and math, graphics, images, sound, and diagrams. Computer algebra system (CAS).

This software is also referenced in ORMS.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 4699 articles , 10 standard articles )

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  1. Capdeville, G.: Compact high-order numerical schemes for scalar hyperbolic partial differential equations (2020)
  2. Fox, William P.; Bauldry, William C.: Advanced problem solving with Maple. A first course (2020)
  3. Alcázar, Juan Gerardo; Díaz-Toca, Gema M.; Hermoso, Carlos: The problem of detecting when two implicit plane algebraic curves are similar (2019)
  4. Al Woadud, K. M. Abdul; Kumar, Dipankar; Islam, Md. Jahirul; Kayes, Md. Imrul; Kundu, Amit Kumar: Extraction of solitary wave features to the Heisenberg ferromagnetic spin chain and the complex Klein-Gordon equations (2019)
  5. Aristov, A. I.: Exact solutions of three nonclassical equations, and their construction with Maple system (2019)
  6. Barkatou, Moulay A.; Gontsov, Renat R.: Linear differential systems with small coefficients: various types of solvability and their verification (2019)
  7. Barkatou, Moulay A.; Maddah, Suzy S.: Formal solutions of singularly-perturbed linear differential systems (2019)
  8. Barnard, Emily: The canonical join complex (2019)
  9. Baumann, Manuel; van Gijzen, Martin B.: An efficient two-level preconditioner for multi-frequency wave propagation problems (2019)
  10. Bennett, Michael A.; Gherga, Adela; Rechnitzer, Andrew: Computing elliptic curves over (\mathbbQ) (2019)
  11. Bernardi, Olivier; Curien, Nicolas; Miermont, Grégory: A Boltzmann approach to percolation on random triangulations (2019)
  12. Boros, Balázs; Hofbauer, Josef; Müller, Stefan; Regensburger, Georg: Planar S-systems: global stability and the center problem (2019)
  13. Boulier, François; Lemaire, François; Poteaux, Adrien; Moreno Maza, Marc: An equivalence theorem for regular differential chains (2019)
  14. Brezinski, Claude; Redivo-Zaglia, Michela: The genesis and early developments of Aitken’s process, Shanks’ transformation, the (\varepsilon)-algorithm, and related fixed point methods (2019)
  15. Chan, Eunice Y. S.; Corless, Robert M.; Gonzalez-Vega, Laureano; Sendra, J. Rafael; Sendra, Juana: Algebraic linearizations of matrix polynomials (2019)
  16. Chen, Shou-Ting; Ma, Wen-Xiu: Exact solutions to a generalized Bogoyavlensky-Konopelchenko equation via Maple symbolic computations (2019)
  17. D’Andrea, Carlos; Krick, Teresa; Szanto, Agnes; Valdettaro, Marcelo: Closed formula for univariate subresultants in multiple roots (2019)
  18. Dimitrios Michail, Joris Kinable, Barak Naveh, John V Sichi: JGraphT - A Java library for graph data structures and algorithms (2019) arXiv
  19. Durcheva, Mariana: How to use CAS (Maple) to help students learn number theory (2019)
  20. Fajardo, William: A computational Maple library for skew PBW extensions (2019)

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