Maple on the Web - Links
General Information
Maple at Universities
Research Groups
- Symbolic Computation Group,
University of Waterloo.
- Institute of Scientific Computing (ETH).
- Maple V Symbolic Manipulation Group, MIT.
- Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics (CECM),
Simon Fraser University (SFU).
Burnaby, Canada.
- Formal Geometry and Mathematical Physics. (FG&MP)
Utah State University.
- Relativity & Symbolic Computing,
School of Computing and Mathematics, Deakin University.
Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
- Projet EURECA,
INRIA Lorraine, Nancy.
- Project Algorithms,
INRIA Rocquencourt.
- SAFIR
(Systèmes Algébriques Formels pour l'Industrie
et la Recherche),
INRIA Sophia-Antipolis.
- Groupe de Calcul Formel,
LACO (Laboratoire d'Arithmétique, de Calcul Formel
et d'Optimisation), Université de Limoges.
- Equipe CALCUL FORMEL,
LMC (Laboratoire de Modélisation et Calcul),
IMAG (Institut d'Informatique et de Mathématiques
Appliquées de Grenoble).
- Groupe Calcul Formel,
IREM (Institut de Recherche sur l'Enseignement des Mathématiques).
Université Joseph Fourier - Académie de Grenoble.
- Groupe Calcul Formel,
IREM,
Université de Picardie Jules Verne.
- Équipe CalFor.
LIFL (Laboratoire d'Informatique Fondamentale de Lille).
- CSO
(Computer Algebra division).
Université Libre de Bruxelles.
- CAG
(Computational Algebra and Geometry).
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computation,
Universidad de Cantabria.
Personal Pages
- Deakin University Symbolic Computation.
Author: Sasha Cyganowski.
- Doug Hensley.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Maury Rahe.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Philip B. Yasskin.
Department of Mathematics,
Texas A&M University.
- Carl Eberhart.
Department of Mathematics, University of Kentucky.
- Wm C Bauldry's Home Page.
(see also).
Appalachian State University,
Boone, North Carolina.
- Professional Activities and Interests.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- Joe Riel's Home Page.
- Matthew Miller.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- Professor Scot A.C. Gould.
Physics, Keck Science Center,
The Claremont Colleges.
- Matthias Kawski's MAPLE resources and activities.
Department of Mathematics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences,
Arizona State University.
- Jim Carlson.
Department of Mathematics,
University of Utah,
Salt Lake City.
- Jennifer Johnson.
Department of Mathematics,
University of Utah,
Salt Lake City.
- Ross Taylor.
Chemical Engineering,
Clarkson University.
Potsdam, New York.
- Maple in the Workplace.
Author: Marc A. Murison.
Astronomical Applications Department,
U.S. Naval Observatory.
Washington, DC.
- Associate Professor W. D. Joyner.
Mathematics Department,
U.S. Naval Academy.
Annapolis, Maryland.
- Erich Kaltofen.
Mathematics Department,
North Carolina State University.
- Rafal Ablamowicz.
Department of Mathematics,
Tennessee Technological University.
- dr bob enterprises: academic home page.
Author: Robert T. Jantzen.
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Villanova University.
- John Stembridge.
Mathematics Department,
University of Michigan.
Ann Arbor.
- Ken Monks's Software.
Department of Mathematics,
University of Scranton.
- Home Page for Rob Corless.
Department of Applied Mathematics,
The University of Western Ontario.
- Robert B. Israel.
Mathematics Department, University of British Columbia.
- Edgardo S. Cheb-Terrab.
CECM, SFU - UERJ.
- Kevin Hare.
CECM, SFU.
- Kelly's Maple Page.
Author: Kelly Roach.
University of Waterloo.
- Renato Portugal.
Department of Physics, University at Kingston.
- Jim Gunson's Maple Procedures and Worksheets.
Kwantlen College.
British Columbia, Canada.
- Maple.
Author: Pierre Lantagne.
Département de mathématiques,
Collège de Maisonneuve.
Montréal, Canada.
- Frédéric Chyzak's Home Page.
INRIA Rocquencourt.
- Bruno Salvy's Home Page.
INRIA Rocquencourt.
- Page d'accueil de Sophie Jégou.
INRIA Rocquencourt.
- Claude Gomez Home Page.
INRIA Rocquencourt.
- MAPLE : Système de calcul symbolique.
Author: Paul Zimmermann. INRIA Lorraine, Nancy.
- Thom Mulders.
ETH.
- Laurent Bernardin.
ETH.
- André Heck.
CAN Expertise Center,
University of Amsterdam.
- Tom Schramm's Desktop Evaluation Area.
Author: Thomas Schramm.
Rechenzentrum, TUHH (Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg).
- Prof. Dr. Wolfram Koepf.
ZIB.
- Statt Home-Page.
Author: Burkhard Wald.
Hochschulrechenzentrum,
Universität GH Essen.
- Dr. Peter Weigand.
Fakultät für Mathematik, TU Chemnitz.
- Dr Francis J. Wright.
School of Mathematical Sciences,
Queen Mary & Westfield College.
London, UK.
- Maple.
Author: John Cosgrave.
Mathematics Department, St. Patrick's College.
Dublin, Ireland.
- Theoretical Physics.
Author: Kalle Kiiranen.
- MAPLE & EDUCATION.
Author: Göran Andersson.
Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Lund University.
Sweeden.
- Harald Pleym.
Høgskolen i Telemark,
Avdeling for teknologiske fag,
Porsgrunn, Norway.
- Heikki Apiola.
Helsinki University of Technology.
- Grant Keady.
(Involvement with Maple while in England).
Maths Department,
University of Western Australia.
- Mohammad Siddique.
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science,
Fayetteville State University.
Tutorials
- Beginner Guides.
Collected by Alexander F. Walz.
- Help for Maple Symbolic Tools.
Collected by Floyd B. Hanson.
Laboratory for Advanced Computing,
Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science,
University of Illinois at Chicago.
- Maple V Quick Reference Guide.
Computing Services. University of Waterloo.
- Maple Help.
North Carolina State University.
- UNIX man page on Maple.
Scientific Computing.
University at Buffalo. State University of New York.
- Maple Examples and Tutorial .
University of Utah.
- Introduction to MapleV.4 in the Undergraduate Computer Lab.
Authors: James A. Carlson and Jennifer M. Johnson.
Department of Mathematics, University of Utah.
- Getting started with Maple.
University of Texas.
- Maple tutorials.
University of Delaware.
- Maple.
Author: Harold P. Boas.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Introductory Guide to Maple. Rensselaer.
- Maple in Action. Iowa State University.
- Getting Started with Maple. Indiana University.
- Maple and Unix for Beginners. Indiana University.
- Primer. MIT.
- Maple on Athena.
MIT.
- Using Maple.
Cornell University.
- Maple tutorials.
Delaware
- Introduction to Maple.
Illinois
- Maple Tutorial.
Author: Dale H. Leschnitzer.
Los Alamos National Laboratory.
- What is Maple?.
Simon Fraser University.
- A Quick Manual to Maple version V.
Author: Krister Forsman.
- Introductory tutorial.
University of Wisconsin, Madison.
- Maple V Eine Einfürung.
Author: Alexander F. Walz.
- An Introduction to Maple.
Authors: David Harper and Rachid Chalabi.
- Maple: An Introduction.
Authors: Dominik Gruntz, Kathrin Meier and Michael Monagan.
Institute for Scientific Computation, ETH. Zürich.
- Maple-contributions to the book of Prof. H. Stoecker:
"Taschenbuch Mathematischer Formeln Und Moderner Verfahren" .
Author: Thomas Schramm.
Rechenzentrum, TUHH. Germany.
- Maple Hints.
Rennsselaer Polytechnic
- Maple tutorials.
Texas Tech
- Maple Examples and Tutorial.
Utah
- Maple Lab Manual.
Worcester Polytechnic
- Maple and the WWW.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- Maple Tutorial.
Author: Paul Moorehead.
Math Sciences Computing Centre,
University of Washington
- Maple on Athena.
Author: Charles Tier.
Computational Science and Applied Mathematics.
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.
University of Illinois at Chicago.
- Maple.
Author: Keith Orpen.
Math Computing Lab, Mathematics Department, University of British Columbia.
- A short introduction to MapleV.
Authors: Dave Frankin and Chris Dewdney.
Faculty of Science,
University of Portsmouth.
UK.
- Tuteur pour le langage MAPLE.
Author: Gilles Hunault.
Université d'Angers.
- Einführung in Maple.
Karlsruhe.
- Maple V: Ambiente de Cálculo Científico.
Author: Hector F. Hernandez G.
Centro de Cálculo Científico, Universidad de los Andes.
Mérida, Venezuela.
- Introductory Guide to Maple.
Rensselaer [postscript]
- Une introduction à Maple.
Rocquencourt [postscript]
- Maple for begynnere.
Trondheim [postscript]
Learning Maple
- Curso de Maple V R3.
Laboratório de Computação Algébrica e Simbólica,
UFSC (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina).
- Introduction to Maple V Release 3.
Scientific Computing.
University at Buffalo. State University of New York.
- Cours de Calcul Symbolique .
Service de Calcul Symbolique par Ordinateur, Université Libre de Bruxelles.
- Algorithms for Computer Algebra.
Author: Robert Corless.
The University of Western Ontario. London, Canada.
- CalcLabs with Maple V.
Authors: Albert Boggess, David Barrow, Art Belmonte, Samia Massoud, Jeff Morgan,
Maurice Rahe, Michael Stecher and Phil Yasskin.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- CENG 303 - Matlab and Maple for Chemical Engineers.
Department of Chemical Engineering, Rice University.
- Ein interaktiver Kurs zum Computeralgebrasystem Maple.
Authors: Stephanie Hinrichs and Dietmar Stövesand.
Universität Hannover.
- EMAT 107 Labs, Programming in Maple V.4.
Advanced Computing Research Centre,
Department of Engineering Mathematics,
University of Bristol
Packages
- GRTensor.
A package for the calculation and manipulation of the
components of tensors and related objects.
Authors: Peter Musgrave, Denis Pollney and Kayll Lake.
Department of Physics, Queen's University.
(Albert-Einstein-Institut Mirror |
U. Southampton Mirror).
- Riemann.
Tools to manipulate tensors through their components and
applications to General Relativity Theory.
Authors: Renato Portugal and Sandra L. Sautu.
CBPF (Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas).
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
(also at CBPF by FTP).
- Riegeom.
A Package for abstract tensor manipulation.
Author: Renato Portugal.
CBPF.
- tens3d and tenssurf.
Deux bibliothèques qui permettent de faire aisément de l'algèbre et
de l'analyse tensorielles, dans un système de coordonnées
quelconque, en mécanique des milieux continus tridimensionnels
et en théorie des coques.
Author: Jean Garrigues.
Ecole Supérieure de Mécanique de Marseille,
Université de la Méditerranée.
- NPTOOLS.
A package for tetrad formalisms in General Relativity.
Authors: Sasha Cyganowski and John Carminati.
School of Computing and Mathematics, Deakin University.
Waurn Ponds, Australia.
- LIENARD.
Resolution of many particle electrodynamics by symbolic manipulation.
Authors: T.C. Scott, R.A. Moore and M.B. Monagan.
- QFT.
A package for computations in Physics.
Author: E.S.Cheb-Terrab.
CECM - UERJ.
- PDEtools.
A package for the analytical solving of partial differential equations.
Authors: E.S. Cheb-Terrab and K. von Bulow.
CECM - UERJ.
- ODEtools.
A set of routines for the analytical solving of ODEs, using
classification, integrating factors, and Lie group symmetry methods.
Authors: E.S.Cheb-Terrab et. al..
CECM - UERJ.
- DEQ.
Programmen zur Bearbeitung, Analyse, Klassifikation und Konstruktion
von linearen Differentialgleichungen im Komplexen.
Author: Volker Dietrich.
RWTH Aachen.
- DESIR.
Formal solutions of linear differential and difference equations.
Author: Eckhard Pfluegel.
LMC-IMAG Grenoble.
- NODES.
Non linear Ordinary Differential Equations Solver.
Author: Marco Codutti.
Université Libre de Bruxelles.
- diffop.
A package for computing with differential operators.
Author: Mark van Hoeij.
University of Nijmegen. Netherlands.
- ODE2.
A package for solving and visualizing ordinary differential equations.
Author: Daniel Schwalbe.
Dept. of Math/CS, Macalester College, St. Paul.
- DNA.
A package to speed up the numerical integration of
ordinary differential equations.
Authors: E.S. Cheb-Terrab and A.Wittkopf.
CECM - UERJ.
- shoot.
Shooting method for two-point boundary value problems.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
- symmetry.
A package to implement symmetry calculations for DEs.
Author: Mark Hickman.
University of Canterbury. New Zealand.
- DESOLV.
A program for the determination of Lie symmetries of differential
equations.
Authors: J.Carminati and K.T.Vu.
Deakin University. Australia.
- diffgrob2, dirmeth and ncdg.
Packages to simplify overdetermined systems of nonlinear differential equations and
calculate the determining equations.
Author: E. L. Mansfield.
Institute Of Mathematics and Statistics,
University of Kent at Canterbury.
- diffalg.
Collection of routines to handle systems of polynomial differential equations and
inequations.
Authors: F. Boulier and E. Hubert.
Équipe CalFor. LIFL |
Projet CAFE.
INRIA Sophia Antipolis.
- Vessiot.
Package containing commands for all the basic operations of
calculus on jet spaces.
FG&MP.
Utah State University.
- Standard Form.
Package implementing the "normal" form algorithm that
reduces systems of linear PDEs to a form from which it can obtain
structural information about the system.
Authors: Gregory J. Reid and Allan D. Wittkopf.
CECM, Simon Fraser University.
Burnaby, Canada.
- RIF.
Package for the simplification of overdetermined ODE and PDE systems.
It is the successor of the Standard Form.
Authors: Gregory J. Reid and Allan D. Wittkopf.
CECM, Simon Fraser University.
Burnaby, Canada.
- GLie.
A program for Lie supersymmetries of Grassmann-valued differential
equations.
Author: M.A. Ayari.
Departement de Physique and Centre de Recherches Mathematiques,
Universite de Montreal.
- stochastic.
Package for Stochastic Differential Equations.
Author: Sasha Cyganowski.
School of Computing and Mathematics, Deakin University.
Waurn Ponds, Australia.
- Poincare.
A package for plotting Poincare sections of Hamiltonian (dynamical) systems.
Author: E.S. Cheb-Terrab. CECM - UERJ.
- LIESER.
A program for the generation of the Lie-series solution of systems
of non-linear ordinary differential equations.
Author: J. Rodriguez.
- crystal.
A package on decomposing tensor products of finite dimensional
representations of simple Lie algebras using crystal bases.
Authors: David Joyner, Roland Martin.
Mathematics Department, United States Naval Academy.
- symmetry.
A package for computation of invariants and equivariants.
Author: Karin Gatermann. ZIB.
- Grassmann.
A package for symbolic computing with anti-commutative and non-commutative
variables.
Author: E.S. Cheb-Terrab. CECM - UERJ.
- LUCY.
A Clifford Algebra Approach to Spinor Calculus.
Authors: Jorg Schray, Robin W. Tucker and Charles H.-T. Wang.
School of Physics and Chemistry,
Lancaster University.
Lancaster, UK.
- CLIFFORD.
A package for Clifford Algebra Computations.
Author: Rafal Ablamowicz.
Department of Mathematics,
Tennessee Technological University.
- glyph.
A Clifford algebra package.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- Quaterman.
A package designed for manipulation of symbolic
expressions involving quaternions.
Authors: Patrick Capolsini, Stephane Dalmas and Yves Papegay.
- partials.
A package for evaluating partial and functional derivatives of tensor
functions.
Author: E.S. Cheb-Terrab. CECM - UERJ.
- Vecalc.
A package for doing algebraic and differential calculus with symbolic
vector functions (not matrices) in curvilinear coordinates.
Author: E.S. Cheb-Terrab. CECM - UERJ.
- vec_calc.
A vector calculus package.
Authors: Arthur Belmonte and Philip B. Yasskin.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- curvcoord.
A package for curvilinear coordinates.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- PATHINT.
A package for evaluating integrals along a path in n-dimensional
cartesian coordinates.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- Manifold.
A package for integrating over manifolds.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- math.
This package includes both high-school level mathematical procedures
and some utilities.
Author: Alexander Walz.
RWTH.
- HYPERG.
A package to manipulate hypergeometric series
Author: Bruno Gauthier.
Institut Gaspard Monge,
Université de Marne La Vallée.
- CalcP.
A calculus package.
Authors: Bill Farr and Michael VanGeel.
- calcplot
A package for ploting in multivariable calculus.
Author: Tim Murdoch.
Washington and Lee University.
(another site).
- mvcal2.
An updated version of calcplot.
Authors: C. K. Cheung, Tim Murdoch and G. E. Keough.
Department of Mathematics, Boston College.
(worksheet with examples).
- pencils.
A package for computations on matrix pencils.
Authors: M.P. Quere and G. Villard.
LMC IMAG.
- Daub.
A package for dealing with wavelet functions.
Author: Jacques Ge'linas.
- SF.
A package for computations involving symmetric functions and related
structures.
Author: John Stembridge.
University of Michigan.
- posets.
A package for computations involving partially ordered sets and related
structures.
Author: John Stembridge.
University of Michigan.
- coxeter & weyl.
Two packages that provide assistance in the study of root systems and
finite Coxeter groups.
Author: John Stembridge.
University of Michigan.
- ACE.
A library devoted to Algebraic Combinatorics computations.
Author: Sebastien Veigneau.
Université de Marne-la-Vallée.
- DGCD.
Fast Dense Gcds - A modification of the Collins/Brown modular gcd algorithm.
Author: Allan D. Wittkopf.
Centre for Experimental and Constructive Mathematics,
Simon Fraser University.
Burnaby, Canada.
- moregroebner.
An improvement of the Maple package grobner.
Author: Karin Gatermann. ZIB.
- pnoether.
Projective Noether Package - a Maple package for fast computation of
upper bounds on the dimension of projective varieties.
Authors: M.Giusti, G.Lecerf, J.Marchand, B.Salvy.
Ecole Polytechnique, Paris.
- Algolib.
Collection of packages:
- combstruct - combinatorial structures.
- encyclopedia - the encyclopedia of combinatorial structures.
- regexpcount - counting matches of regular expressions.
- gfun - generating functions.
- Mgfun - multivariate generating functions.
- ratasympt - asymptotic expansion of coefficients of rational generating functions.
- gdev - series expansion and limits.
- luo - system for the analysis of algorithms.
Algorithms Project. INRIA, Rocquencourt.
- rec2ortho.
Procedure which uses the coefficients of a three-term recurrence relation
and returns the explicit system of orthogonal polynomials satisfying these
relations.
Authors: Tom H. Koornwinder and Rene F. Swarttouw.
RIACA.
- OrePoly.
Implementation of Univariate Skew Polynomials.
Author: Thom Mulders.
ETH.
- Lodo.
Implementation of Linear Ordinary Differential Operators.
Author: Thom Mulders.
ETH.
- LEVIN.
Programs for converting series expansions to rational
functions using the Levin transformation.
Author: J. Grotendorst.
- BH.
Approximating functions by means of symbolic computation
and a general extrapolation method.
Author: J. Grotendorst.
- TRANS.
A package for transforming series, sequences and functions.
Author: J. Grotendorst.
- simpcomb,
code.
Software for the generation of recurrence and differential equations for sums
and integrals.
Author: Wolfram Koepf.
ZIB.
- SCHUTZENBERGER.
Package that treats algebraic and other formal power series.
Author: Doron Zeilberger.
- EKHAD.
Package for proving binomial coefficients and other types of identities.
Author: Doron Zeilberger.
- qEKHAD.
Package for proving q-binomial coefficients identities.
Author: Doron Zeilberger.
- GOULSON.
Goulden-Jackson method for finding the generating function for the
number of words in a given alphabet that avoid, as
(consecutive) subwords, a given list of `mistakes'.
Author: Doron Zeilberger.
- LUC.
Explicit formula for the Jack polynomials.
Author: Doron Zeilberger.
- SYLVESTER.
Implementation of Sylvester's enhancement of Tchebychev's method for finding
lower and upper bounds for psi(x)/x.
Author: Doron Zeilberger.
- CASA.
Computer Algebra Software for Algebraic Geometry.
Research Institute for Symbolic Computation,
Johannes Kepler University.
Linz, Austria.
- IntBasis.
A package which contains a number of algorithms for computing
with algebraic curves.
Author: Mark van Hoeij.
University of Nijmegen. The Netherlands.
- Schubert.
A package for Intersection Theory.
Authors: Sheldon Katz and Stein Arild Stromme.
- PUNTOS.
A package to study triangulations and secondary polytopes
for point configurations.
Author: J. de Loera.
- MOISE.
A collection of functions for doing calculations in combinatorial
topology.
Author: R. Andrew Hicks.
General Robotics and Active Sensory Perception Laboratory,
Department of Computer and Information Science,
School of Engineering and Applied Science,
University of Pennsylvania.
- Sophia.
Toolkit For Doing Mechanics.
Author: Martin Lesser.
Royal Institute of Technology. Stockholm.
- Mascotte.
Routines to simplify the implementation of
software modules in vision and robotics.
Author: Thierry Viéville.
INRIA.
- syrup.
A Symbolic Circuit Analyzer.
Author: Joseph Riel.
(Syrup Examples).
- SCHEME.
An electronic circuit drawing tool.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- IEEE.
Package for converting Maple numbers to and from IEEE binary
floating-point format (IEEE754 standard).
Author: Joseph Riel.
- MKS.
A package for unit conversion.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- sgesim.
A package to calculate with sexagesimal values.
Author: Alexander F. Walz
- LINSYS.
Linear Systems Toolbox.
Author: Tony Richardson.
Duke University.
- kinetics.
Symbolic and numerical computing for chemical reactions.
Authors: Mark H. Holmes, Yuklun Au and J. W. Stayman.
- AESOP.
A suite of procedures which allows limited symbolic ray tracing
of simple optical systems.
Author: Marc A. Murrison.
Astronomical Applications Department,
U.S. Naval Observatory.
Washington, DC.
- Maps.
Tools to create map projections.
Authors: Ross Taylor, Richard Baur and John Oprea.
Department of Chemical Engineering,
Clarkson University. Potsdam, New York. |
Department of Mathematics,
Cleveland State University.
Cleveland, Ohio.
- Generic Help.
Procedures for creating generic (unformatted) help pages in R5.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- Assume.
An add-on to the assume facility.
Author: Joseph Riel.
- utils.
A package containing functions for: I/O, sequences, lists, and
sets, strings, tables, the Maple system, and other purposes.
Author: Alexander F. Walz.
Integration with other software
- Transfor.
A package which translates Maple procedures into Fortran 77 subroutines.
Author: Claude Gomez.
INRIA Rocquencourt.
- Matlab.
Symbolic Math Toolbox. Mathworks.
- exmat.
A procedure that generates MATLAB functions to evaluate a matrix
from a set of parameters.
Author: Anders Lennartsson.
Department of Mechanics, Royal Institute of Technology.
Stockholm, Sweden.
- MARS.
Maple/Matlab/C Resultant-based Solver.
Authors: Aaron Wallack, Dinesh Manocha, Ioannis Emiris.
- Scilab.
Numerically evaluate any Maple expression in Scilab.
Scilab Group. INRIA-Rocquencourt.
- Scientific WorkPlace
Mathematical computations within LaTeX wordprocessor. TCI.
- m2p.
Maple to Povray.
- POVDISPLAY.
A Maple to POV converter.
Authors: Itamar Faybish and Alain Goriely.
- Making Illustrations with Maple.
Maple to Geomview.
The Geometry Center.
- xloops.
A program calculating Feynman diagrams.
Authors: Lars Brücher, Johannes Franzkowski and Dirk Kreimer.
Theoretische Elementarteilchen-Physik,
Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität.
Mainz, Germany.
- Splice.
Symbolic circuit analyzer.
CaaGE Software.
- MapleForm.
Mathematica-Maple converter.
Mathematisches Institut (Math. Physik) der Justus-Liebig-Universitaet
Giessen.
- Format.
A package which provides a basic expression translator from Mathematica
to Maple
(html documentation).
Author: M. Sofroniou.
Dipartimento di Matematica, Universitá degli Studi di Bologna,
Italia.
- Izic.
3D graphic tool driven by computer algebra systems.
Author: R. Fournier.
- MICMAC.
Bridge between Maple and Macaulay.
Author: B. Mourrain.
- CAS/PI.
Experimental user interface and distributed architecture for
computer algebra systems.
Author: Norbert Kajler.
Documents
Reviews
Worksheets
Teaching with Maple
- Educational Archive.
Computer Algebra Information Network.
- Teaching with Maple.
MIT.
- Course Materials.
University of Delaware.
- Teaching with Maple.
Birmingham.
- Interdisciplinary Course in Chemistry, Mathematics and
Physics.
University of Pennsilvania.
- WWW Living-Book of Physical Chemistry.
Author: Mihai Scarlete.
Department of Chemistry,
Bishop's University.
- Chemistry 31.
Authors: J. D. Doll and P. M. Weber.
Department of Chemistry, Brown University.
- CENG 402 - Transport Phenomena.
Department of Chemical Engineering,
Rice University.
- Experiments in Mathematics Using Maple.
Authors: C.T.J. Dodson Homepage and E.A. Gonzalez.
Department of Mathematics,
UMIST (University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology).
- Mathematics.
Lehigh University.
- Math as a Second Language.
University of Pennsilvania.
- Review of first year mathematics with Maple.
Author: Sergei V. Duzhin.
Research Centre for Multiprocessor Systems,
Program Systems Institute.
Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia.
- Math 210.
Authors: Robert Israel and Sjerve.
Math Computing Lab, Mathematics Department,
University of British Columbia.
- MA-305 Elementary Linear Algebra.
Autors: Erich Kaltofen and Wen-shin Lee.
Mathematics Department,
North Carolina State University.
- MA-405 Linear Algebra and Matrices.
Authors: Erich Kaltofen and Michael McLean.
Mathematics Department,
North Carolina State University.
- Linear Algebra WebNotes.
Author: Mark V. Sapir.
Department of Mathematics,
Vanderbilt University.
- Linear Algebra Using Maple.
Indiana.
(Postscript file).
- Linear Algebra over finite fields.
Saint Louis University.
- Factoring and Automorphisms.
Saint Louis University.
- Galois Groups.
Saint Louis University.
- Calculus.
Files collected by Alexander F. Walz.
- Calculus.
University of Toronto.
- Calculus lecture: Integrals and Trigonometry.
Indiana University.
- Calculus Modules OnLine.
PWS Publishing.
- Calculus I with Maple V.
North Carolina State University.
- Freshman Calculus.
Author: David L. Barrow.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Calculus: Concepts and Contexts.
Author: Robert T. Jantzen.
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Villanova University.
- MATH 151.
Author: David L. Barrow.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Calculus and Maple Trial.
Authors: Geoff Aldis and Harvinder Singh Sidhu.
School of Mathematics and Statistics,
Australian Defence Force Academy -
University of New South Wales.
- Mathematics 119: Calculus II Using MAPLE.
University of Michigan.
- Math 215 - Calculus III: Multivariable Calculus.
University of Michigan.
- Multivariable Calculus in the Lab.
Cornell University.
- Vector Analysis - Math 550.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- Calculus II - Math 142.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- MAT 272 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III.
Department of Mathematics,
Arizona State University.
- COMPLEX ANALYSIS.
Authors: John H. Mathews and Russell W. Howell.
- Differential Equations.
Files collected by Alexander F. Walz.
- Elementary Differential Equations - Math 242.
Author: Douglas B. Meade.
Department of Mathematics, University of South Carolina.
- Differential Equations with Maple V.
North Carolina State University.
- Differential Equations Using Maple.
Rensselaer.
- Differential Equations Lab Manual.
Author: Eric R. Kaufmann.
- Differential Equations A.
RMIT.
- Differential Equations B.
RMIT.
- MATH 308 Differential Equations.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Learning Differential Equations with Maple.
Author: Jim Calvert.
University of Idaho.
- UIC Math 220.
Author: Charles Tier.
Computational Science and Applied Mathematics.
Department of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.
University of Illinois at Chicago.
- Advanced Methods in Applied Mathematics A.
School of Mathematical & Information Sciences.
University of Auckland.
- Nonlinear & Multiple Scale Phenomena.
Author: H.M. Hubey.
- Engineering Computing.
University of Utah.
- Numerical Analysis.
Author: Aharon Naiman.
- Practicum in Numerical Analysis.
Author: Gleb Beliakov.
Department of Mathematics,
University of Melbourne,
Australia.
- Finite Element Methods.
RMIT.
- Fourier Techniques.
RMIT.
- Mathematical Methods 2.
RMIT.
- Operations Research 2B.
RMIT.
- Quantum Mechanics using Maple.
Author: Marko Horbatsch. York University. Canada.
- PH 265X Introductory Scientific Computing.
Author: Rubin H. Landau.
Physics Department, Oregon State University.
FTP Sites
Books
- Maple Books in English.
MIT.
- Maple Books in German.
MIT.
- Books about Maple.
University of Frankfurt.
- Maple V Learning Guide.
Authors: K. M. Heal, M. L. Hansen, and K. M. Rickard.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- Maple V Programming Guide.
Authors: M. B. Monagan, K. O. Geddes, K. M. Heal, G. Labahn, and S. Vorkoetter.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- The Maple Handbook.
Author: Darren Redfern.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- CalcLabs with Maple V.
Authors: Albert Boggess, David Barrow, Arthur Belmonte, Samia Massoud,
Jeffery Morgan, Maurice Rahe, Michael Stecher, Phillip Yasskin.
Publisher: Brooks/Cole.
- Algebraic Approach to Simple Quantum Systems: with Applications
to Perturbation Theory.
Author: Barry G. Adams.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- Calcul formel : Mode d'emploi -- Exemples en Maple.
Authors: Claude Gomez, Paul Zimmermann and Bruno Salvy. Publisher: Masson.
- COMPLEX ANALYSIS: for Mathematics and Engineering.
Authors: John H. Mathews and Russell W. Howell.
Publisher: Jones and Bartlett Publishers Inc.
- The Practical Approach Utilities For Maple.
Authors: Darren Redfern and Dave Doherty.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- The Analysis of Complex Nonlinear Mechanical Systems: a
computer algebra assisted approach.
Author: Martin Lesser.
Publisher: World Scientific.
- Multivariable Mathematics with Maple.
Authors: Jim Carlson and Jennifer Johnson.
Publisher: Prentice-Hall.
- Rechnen und Programmieren mit Release 4.
Author: Alexander Walz.
Publisher: Oldenbourg Technik.
- Introduction to Scientific Programming.
Author: Joseph L. Zachary.
University of Utah.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- Introduction to Maple.
Author: André Heck.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag.
- Procedimientos Simbólicos en Algebra Lineal.
Author: Juan Manuel de Olazabal.
Publisher: Universidad de Cantabria.
- Computer Algebra in Industry.
Editor: Arjeh M. Cohen.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons.
- Computer Algebra in Industry 2.
Editors: Arjeh M. Cohen, Leendert van Gastel and Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons.
- Theoretical Methods in the Physical Sciences,
An Introduction to Problem Solving Using Maple V.
Author: W.E. Baylis.
Publisher: Birkhauser.
- Maple pour les sciences.
Author: Mario Lemelin.
Publisher: Le Griffon d'arguile.
Other link lists
- Maple V Resources and Websites.
WMI.
- Other Sites.
Symbolic Computation Group. University of Waterloo.
- MIT's Maple Training Page.
- Maple.
The University of Texas at San Antonio.
- Maple Links.
RMIT.
- Maple.
Indiana University.
- The NCSU Maple Archive.
Department of Mathematics,
North Carolina State University.
- WCAT's List of Maple Resources on the Internet.
Simon Fraser University.
- Links.
Isolde-Kurz-Gymnasium Reutlingen.
- MAPLE's STUFF.
Author: Le Dung.
Arizona State University.
- Getting Started with Maple. Maple on the Web.
Division of Engineering, Brown University.
Providence, Rhode Island.
- Maple. Mathematics Archives.
- Electronic resources.
Author: Harold P. Boas.
Department of Mathematics, Texas A&M University.
- Bookmarks for Rob Salgado.
Author: Roberto B. Salgado.
Relativity Group, Department of Physics, Syracuse University.
- WWW Sites.
Author: Pankaj Kamthan.
Computational Mathematics Laboratory, Concordia University.
Montreal.
- Maple-Weltweit.
Author: Burkhard Wald.
Hochschulrechenzentrum,
Universität GH Essen.
- Maple.
Author: Timo Mäkelä.
Tampere Polytechnic.
Finland.
- Maple V en Internet.
Addlink Software Científico
- Maple's web page.
- Yuhuu!.
Author: Fabian Hust.
Isolde-Kurz-Gymnasium Reutlingen.
- MapleV links.
Author: Z.J. Ulanowski.
Department of Physical Sciences,
University of Hertfordshire.
Hatfield, UK.
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