Symbolic Computation Group

David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Maple 10 - Harnessing the Power of Mathematics
Juergen Gerhard, Maplesoft
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 2-dimensional mathematical expression editor, tables, a presentation mode that allows selective hiding of Maple syntax, and over 1500 new mathematical characters and symbols.

On the mathematical side, Maple 10 offers a comprehensive new Statistics package, two new packages for algebraic geometry and polynomial system solving, enhanced numerical and symbolic differentiation, new packages sound and image processing, a Student[VectorCalculus] package, more powerful algorithms for differential equations, and more.

The participation of members from Maplesoft's research partners at ORCCA, SFU, INRIA, and MSU in creating some of these great new features is gratefully acknowledged.

 

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