Maple

The result of over 30 years of cutting-edge research and development, Maple helps you analyze, explore, visualize, and solve mathematical problems. With over 5000 functions, Maple offers the breadth, depth, and performance to handle every type of mathematics. Maple’s intuitive interface supports multiple styles of interaction, from Clickable Math™ tools to a sophisticated programming language. Using the smart document environment provided by Maple, you can automatically capture all of your technical knowledge in an electronic form that combines calculations, explanatory text and math, graphics, images, sound, and diagrams. Computer algebra system (CAS).

This software is also referenced in ORMS.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 4841 articles , 10 standard articles )

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  1. Akbary, Amir; Francis, Forrest J.: Euler’s function on products of primes in a fixed arithmetic progression (2020)
  2. Alzer, Horst; Choi, Junesang: Four parametric linear Euler sums (2020)
  3. Capdeville, G.: Compact high-order numerical schemes for scalar hyperbolic partial differential equations (2020)
  4. Fox, William P.; Bauldry, William: Advanced problem solving using Maple: Applied mathematics, operations research, business analytics, and decision analysis (to appear) (2020)
  5. Fox, William P.; Bauldry, William C.: Advanced problem solving with Maple. A first course (2020)
  6. Gouveia, João; Macchia, Antonio; Thomas, Rekha R.; Wiebe, Amy: Projectively unique polytopes and toric slack ideals (2020)
  7. Hussain, Tahir; Akhtar, Sumaira Saleem; Bokhari, Ashfaque H.: A study of energy conditions in non-static spherically symmetric spacetimes via Noether symmetries (2020)
  8. Hu, Xiaorui; Lin, Shuning; Shen, Shoufeng: New interaction solutions to (1+1)-dimensional Ito equation (2020)
  9. Johansson, Fredrik: Computing the Lambert (W) function in arbitrary-precision complex interval arithmetic (2020)
  10. Laplagne, Santiago: Facial reduction for exact polynomial sum of squares decomposition (2020)
  11. Manno, Gianni; Vollmer, Andreas: Normal forms of two-dimensional metrics admitting exactly one essential projective vector field (2020)
  12. Monagan, Michael; Tuncer, Baris: The complexity of sparse Hensel lifting and sparse polynomial factorization (2020)
  13. Qin, Bo-Wei; Chung, Kwok-Wai; Algaba, Antonio; Rodríguez-Luis, Alejandro J.: Analytical approximation of cuspidal loops using a nonlinear time transformation method (2020)
  14. Quan, Le Phuong; Nhan, Thái Anh: A closed-form solution to the inverse problem in interpolation by a Bézier-spline curve (2020)
  15. Stepien, Tracy L.; Kostelich, Eric J.; Kuang, Yang: Mathematics + cancer: an undergraduate “bridge” course in applied mathematics (2020)
  16. Yang, Mingjia; Zeilberger, Doron: Increasing consecutive patterns in words (2020)
  17. Abramov, S. A.; Ryabenko, A. A.; Khmelnov, D. E.: Linear ordinary differential equations and truncated series (2019)
  18. Acu, Ana-Maria; Doǧru, Ogün; Muraru, Carmen Violeta; Radu, Voichiţa Adriana: Approximation properties of certain Bernstein-Stancu type operators (2019)
  19. Agwa, M. A.: Critical elastic parameters motivating divergence instability of frictional composite infinitely long media (2019)
  20. Akpınar, Atilla; Erdoğan, Fatma Özen: A note on projective coordinate spaces over modules (2019)

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