Differential equations with Maple
This is an easy-to-use text that uses Maple (a mathematical software system) to introduce symbolic, numerical, graphical, and qualitative techniques to differential equations. There is special emphasis on the specific features of Maple that are useful for analyzing differential equations and introduces mathematical issues pertinent to the use of numerical methods and computers such as stability, numerical error, and reliability.
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Getting Started with Maple
Doing Mathematics with Maple
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