An Introduction to Maple V

Front Cover
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 6, 2001 - Computers - 470 pages
MAPLE is a computer algebra system which, thanks to an extensive library of sophisticated functions, enables both numerical and formal computations to be performed. Until recently, such systems were only available to professional users with access to mainframe computers, but the rapid improvement in the performance of personal computers (speed, memory) now makes them accessible to the majority of users. The latest versions of MAPLE belong to this new generation of systems, allowing a growing audience of users to become familiar with computer algebra. This work does not set out to describe all the possibilities of MAPLE in an exhaustive manner; there is already a great deal of such documentation, including extensive online help. However, these technical manuals provide a mass of information which is not always of great help to a beginner in computer algebra who is looking for a quick solution to a problem in his own speciality: mathematics, physics, chemistry, etc. This book has been designed so that a scientist who wishes to use MAPLE can find the information he requires quickly. It is divided into chapters which are largely independent, each one being devoted to a separate subject (graphics, differential equations, integration, polynomials, linear algebra, ... ), enabling each user to concentrate on the functions he really needs. In each chapter, deliberately simple examples have been given in order to fully illustrate the syntax used.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

I
1
IV
2
V
3
VI
4
VIII
5
IX
6
X
7
XI
9
CLXXXII
241
CLXXXIV
242
CLXXXVI
243
CLXXXVIII
244
CLXXXIX
247
CXC
248
CXCI
251
CXCII
252

XII
10
XIII
11
XV
13
XVI
14
XVII
16
XVIII
17
XIX
19
XX
20
XXI
22
XXII
23
XXIII
24
XXIV
25
XXV
27
XXVI
28
XXVII
29
XXVIII
33
XXIX
34
XXX
37
XXXI
38
XXXII
39
XXXIII
40
XXXIV
41
XXXVI
44
XXXVII
47
XXXVIII
49
XXXIX
50
XL
52
XLII
54
XLIV
55
XLV
57
XLVI
59
XLVII
62
XLVIII
63
XLIX
65
LI
67
LII
69
LIII
71
LIV
73
LVI
75
LVII
76
LVIII
77
LIX
82
LX
83
LXI
84
LXII
86
LXIII
88
LXIV
89
LXVI
90
LXVII
91
LXVIII
92
LXX
93
LXXII
94
LXXIII
97
LXXIV
99
LXXVI
103
LXXVII
105
LXXVIII
107
LXXIX
108
LXXXI
109
LXXXII
110
LXXXIII
112
LXXXV
114
LXXXVI
115
LXXXVII
117
LXXXVIII
119
LXXXIX
121
XC
122
XCI
123
XCII
124
XCIII
125
XCIV
127
XCV
129
XCVI
130
XCVII
131
XCVIII
132
XCIX
133
CI
134
CII
135
CIII
136
CIV
141
CVII
142
CVIII
144
CIX
146
CX
147
CXI
149
CXII
151
CXIII
154
CXIV
155
CXVI
156
CXVII
157
CXVIII
158
CXX
160
CXXI
163
CXXII
165
CXXIII
166
CXXIV
167
CXXV
168
CXXVI
170
CXXVII
171
CXXVIII
173
CXXIX
174
CXXXI
176
CXXXII
179
CXXXIII
181
CXXXIV
182
CXXXV
183
CXXXVII
185
CXXXVIII
189
CXXXIX
190
CXL
192
CXLI
193
CXLIII
194
CXLV
196
CXLVI
199
CXLVII
201
CXLVIII
202
CL
204
CLI
205
CLII
207
CLIII
208
CLIV
209
CLV
210
CLVI
212
CLVII
213
CLIX
214
CLX
215
CLXI
217
CLXII
218
CLXIV
219
CLXV
222
CLXVI
225
CLXVII
226
CLXVIII
227
CLXIX
229
CLXXI
230
CLXXII
231
CLXXIII
233
CLXXV
234
CLXXVI
235
CLXXVIII
236
CLXXIX
239
CLXXXI
240
CXCIV
254
CXCV
255
CXCVII
257
CXCVIII
258
CXCIX
260
CC
261
CCI
263
CCII
264
CCIII
265
CCV
266
CCVII
267
CCVIII
268
CCIX
269
CCX
270
CCXI
271
CCXII
272
CCXIII
273
CCXIV
275
CCXVI
277
CCXVII
278
CCXVIII
279
CCXX
281
CCXXI
282
CCXXII
283
CCXXIII
284
CCXXV
285
CCXXVI
286
CCXXVIII
287
CCXXIX
288
CCXXX
291
CCXXXII
294
CCXXXIII
296
CCXXXIV
297
CCXXXV
298
CCXXXVI
300
CCXXXVII
301
CCXXXVIII
302
CCXXXIX
305
CCXLI
306
CCXLII
307
CCXLIII
308
CCXLIV
310
CCXLV
312
CCXLVI
313
CCXLVII
314
CCXLVIII
315
CCXLIX
319
CCL
321
CCLIII
323
CCLIV
324
CCLV
325
CCLVII
326
CCLIX
327
CCLXI
328
CCLXII
329
CCLXIV
331
CCLXVI
332
CCLXVII
333
CCLXVIII
335
CCLXIX
336
CCLXXI
337
CCLXXII
339
CCLXXIII
341
CCLXXIV
342
CCLXXV
343
CCLXXVI
344
CCLXXVII
346
CCLXXVIII
348
CCLXXIX
349
CCLXXX
350
CCLXXXI
351
CCLXXXIII
352
CCLXXXV
353
CCLXXXVI
355
CCLXXXVII
357
CCLXXXVIII
358
CCLXXXIX
359
CCXC
360
CCXCI
361
CCXCIII
364
CCXCIV
365
CCXCV
366
CCXCVI
367
CCXCVII
368
CCXCIX
370
CCC
373
CCCI
378
CCCIII
380
CCCIV
381
CCCV
382
CCCVI
385
CCCVIII
387
CCCIX
388
CCCX
389
CCCXI
390
CCCXII
391
CCCXIII
392
CCCXIV
394
CCCXV
396
CCCXVI
397
CCCXVII
399
CCCXIX
400
CCCXX
401
CCCXXI
404
CCCXXIII
406
CCCXXIV
407
CCCXXV
409
CCCXXVI
411
CCCXXVII
416
CCCXXVIII
417
CCCXXIX
420
CCCXXX
421
CCCXXXI
423
CCCXXXII
425
CCCXXXIII
426
CCCXXXIV
427
CCCXXXV
431
CCCXXXVI
433
CCCXXXVII
434
CCCXXXIX
435
CCCXLI
436
CCCXLII
437
CCCXLIII
438
CCCXLIV
440
CCCXLV
441
CCCXLVI
444
CCCXLVIII
447
CCCXLIX
448
CCCL
449
CCCLI
450
CCCLII
451
CCCLIII
453
CCCLIV
454
CCCLV
456
CCCLVI
457
CCCLVII
458
CCCLVIII
459
CCCLIX
460
CCCLXI
461
CCCLXII
463
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information