Symbolic Computation Group
David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science


Friday, February 11, 2005, at U. of Waterloo.
Abstract:
This presentation will highlight some of the new features in Maple 10. The
graphical user interface has been enriched by many aspects turning Maple
into a true authoring environment for live mathematical documents, such as
a 2dimensional mathematical expression editor, tables, a presentation mode
that allows selective hiding of Maple syntax, and over 1500 new mathematical
characters and symbols.

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