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By Jack-Michel Cornil, Philippe Testud, T. Van Effelterre

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ISBN-13: 9783540664420

MAPLE is a working laptop or computer algebra approach which, because of an intensive library of subtle services, permits either numerical and formal computations to be played. until eventually lately, such platforms have been simply on hand to expert clients with entry to mainframe pcs, however the quick development within the functionality of private desktops (speed, reminiscence) now makes them obtainable to the vast majority of clients. the most recent models of MAPLE belong to this new new release of platforms, permitting a transforming into viewers of clients to get to grips with laptop algebra. This paintings doesn't got down to describe all of the chances of MAPLE in an exhaustive demeanour; there's already loads of such documentation, together with wide on-line support. even if, those technical manuals offer a mass of knowledge which isn't regularly of significant support to a newbie in desktop algebra who's searching for a short way to an issue in his personal speciality: arithmetic, physics, chemistry, and so on. This e-book has been designed in order that a scientist who needs to take advantage of MAPLE can locate the knowledge he calls for fast. it really is divided into chapters that are principally self sustaining, every one being dedicated to a separate topic (graphics, differential equations, integration, polynomials, linear algebra, ... ), permitting each one person to pay attention to the capabilities he relatively wishes. In every one bankruptcy, intentionally basic examples were given as a way to absolutely illustrate the syntax used.

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Warning! The quantity " represents the the last value chronologically that has been computed, not the one that stands on the previous line on the worksheet. These two quantities can be completely different if the user has moved across the worksheet. The function evalf can also be used with a second argument, n, which indicates that the first argument should be evaluated with n significant digits. Ex. 1 First Steps 15 The function evalf is also needed to obtain approximate values of the symbolic constants presented on page 13.

Ex. 1 First Steps 15 The function evalf is also needed to obtain approximate values of the symbolic constants presented on page 13. L Ex. 1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751 MAPLE seems to know these constants with unlimited precision. The result of an evaluation depends only on the value of Digits. For 'If, for example, the first evaluation of evalf (Pi) loads into memory the procedure evalf / constant/Pi, which contains a value with 50 significant digits. If more precision is required, MAPLE accesses a value _bigPi that has 10000 decimal digits.

The function sort is "destructive". The rearrangement is carried out on the contents of the variable passed to sort (which is thus modified). Since MAPLE only keeps one copy of each expression it uses during a session. 1 Functions of One Variable MAPLE allows the user to create his own functions via a syntax which is very similar to that used in Mathematics. In the following example, a function, defined with the help of -> (arrow operator), is assigned to the identifier My_Funct. My_Funct can then be used like any other function name in MAPLE.

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