Mathematical Computation with Maple V: Ideas and Applications: Ideas and Applications : Proceedings of the Maple Summer Workshop and Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, June 28-30, 1993

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Springer Science & Business Media, 1993 - Mathematics - 199 pages
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This volume contains the proceedings for the Second Annual Maple Summer Workshop and Symposium held at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, on June 28-30, 1993. The goal of this conference was to encourage innovative applications of the Maple V mathematical computation system.
 

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Contents

MAPLE V IN EDUCATION
viii
INTRODUCTORY QUANTUM MECHANICS USING MAPLE V
viii
A MAPLE CLASS ROOM ENVIRONMENT
20
EXPERIENCES WITH MAPLE IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
27
ON INTEGRATING COMPUTERS INTO THE PHYSICS CURRICULUM
34
USING MAPLE AND THE CALCULUS REFORM MATERIAL IN THE CALCULUS SEQUENCE
43
IDEAS FOR DEVELOPERS
51
MAPLE V IN MATHEMATICS
65
MAPLE V IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
107
THE USE OF MAPLE FOR MULTIBODY SYSTEMS MODELING AND SIMULATION
109
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR PHYSICAL SYSTEMS USING MAPLE
118
EXACT CALCULATION OF THE KAPLANMEIER BIAS USING MAPLE SOFTWARE
128
ROTATIONAL ENERGY DISPERSIONS FOR VAN DER WAALS MOLECULAR CLUSTERS
137
SYMBOLIC COMPUATION IN COMPUTABLE GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELING
144
CALCULATION OF THE STATE TRANSITION MATRIX FOR LINEAR TIME VARYING SYSTEMS
157
MAPLE V IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
167

TRUNCATION AND VARIANCE IN SCALE MIXTURES
67
WORKING WITH LARGE MATRICES IN MAPLE
77
USING MAPLE FOR ASYMPTOTIC CONVERGENCE ANALYSIS
87
AN ALGORITHM TO COMPUTE FLOATING POINT GROEBNER BASES
95
ALGEBRAIC COMPUTER AIDEDDESIGN WITH MAPLE V 2
169
THE CASE OF MAPLE
176
A SYMBOLIC CSG SYSTEM WRITTEN IN MAPLE V
188
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Thomas Lee, Ph.D., biologist and pacifist, is also the author of books on the promises and perils of modern genetics. He is the author of The Human Genome Project: Cracking the Genetic Code of Life (Plenum 1991); Conquering Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Latest Breakthroughs and Treatments (Prometheus 2001). He lives in Goffstown, NH.

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