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Thursday, December 29, 2016

Understanding Maple by Ian Thompson | Cambridge University Press

"With this book, students, teachers, and researchers will gain a solid understanding of Maple and how to use it to solve complex mathematical problems in a simple and efficient way." writes Ian Thompson.

AUTHOR: Ian Thompson, University of Liverpool
DATE PUBLISHED: November 2016
FORMAT: Paperback l 9781316628140


Understanding Maple Paperback
This short introduction to Maple gives readers an insight into the rules that control how the system works, and how to understand, fix, and avoid common problems. 

Each chapter contains numerous illustrative examples, using mathematics that does not extend beyond first-year undergraduate material. Maple worksheets containing these examples are available for download from the author's personal website. The book is suitable for new users, but where advanced topics are central to understanding Maple they are tackled head-on. Many concepts which are absent from introductory books and manuals are described in detail. With this book, students, teachers and researchers will gain a solid understanding of Maple and how to use it to solve complex mathematical problems in a simple and efficient way.

Key Features    
Takes a programmatic approach to solving mathematical problems using Maple 
Provides Maple worksheets which can be downloaded from the author's website
Highlights the importance of the evaluation rules, helping readers to avoid common pitfalls when using Maple

Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Getting started
3. Algebra and calculus
4. Solving equations
5. Linear algebra
6. Graphics
7. Programming
8. Procedures
9. Example programs
Appendix A. Other ways to run Maple
Appendix B. Terminating characters
Index of Maple notation 


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Source: Cambridge University Press


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