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Author Cornil, Jack-Michel.

Title An Introduction to Maple V [electronic resource] / by Jack-Michel Cornil, Philippe Testud.

Published Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 online resource (xx, 470 pages 105 illustrations)
Contents 1. What MAPLE Can Do for You -- 2. Introduction -- 3. Arithmetic -- 4. Real Numbers -- Complex Numbers -- 5. Two-Dimensional Graphs -- 6. Equations and Inequations -- 7. Limits and Derivatives -- 8. Truncated Series Expansions -- 9. Differential Equations -- 10. Integration and Summation -- 11. Three-Dimensional Graphics -- 12. Polynomials with Rational Coefficients -- 13. Polynomials with Irrational Coefficients -- 14. Rational Functions -- 15. Construction of Vectors and of Matrices -- 16. Vector Analysis and Matrix Calculus -- 17. Systems of Linear Equations -- 18. Normalization of Matrices -- 19. Orthogonality -- 20. Vector Analysis -- 21. The MAPLE Objects -- 22. Working More Cleverly with the Subexpressions -- 23. Programming: Loops and Branches -- 24. Programming: Functions and Procedures -- 25. The Mathematical Functions -- 26. Maple Environment in Windows -- Index.
Summary This book covers the needs of scientists - be they mathematicians, physicists, chemists or engineers - in terms of symbolic computation, and allows them to locate quickly, via a detailed table of contents and index, the method they require for the precise problem they are adressing. It requires no prior experience of symbolic computation, nor specialized mathematical knowledge, and provides quick access to the practical use of symbolic computation software. The organization of the book in mutually independent chapters, each focusing on a specific topic, allows the user to select what is of interest without necessarily reading everything.
Other author Testud, Philippe.
Subject Mathematics.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642567292 (electronic bk.)
3642567290 (electronic bk.)