Introduction to Maple

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Springer-Verlag, 1993 - Computers - 497 pages
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Provides a hands-on, in-depth introduction to the most important aspects of the Maple system. Among the topics covered are integration and summation, ODEs, graphics, and Maple data structures. No previous exposure to symbolic computation is required. 84 illustrations.

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Contents

Introduction to Computer Algebra
1
Calculus on Numbers
31
Variables and Names
57
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Heck began developing and teaching Maple courses at the University of Nijmegen in 1987. She is actively involved in the research and development aimed at the integrated computer learning environment Coach for mathematics and science education at the secondary school level.

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