More Maple links of interest. The following are in no
Database Written by Robert Israel. This contains answers to many problems
one encounters when dealing with maple.
Abstract Algebra Maple
worksheets by Aleksandrs Mihailovs. This Maple manual intended
to be used with Contemporary
Abstract Algebra , by J.
A. Gallian , 5th ed., Houghton Mifflin
Maple Page This page contains links to a number of interesting Maple
Analysis: Maple 7 Worksheets by John H. Mathews, and Russell W. Howell.
Here you will find the Maple worksheets that accompany the authors complex
analysis text. They are apparently written in Maple 7, but I find that
Maple 6 will open at least the first few.
V bilingual Lots of interesting stuff about Maple by Alexander Walz.
Maple User Group Archives
This is a complete set of contribution to the Maple Users Group mailing
list from 1999 to present. The archives are searchable.
Symbolic Computation Group at the
University of Waterloo
Computation Group at FSU
Challenges of Symbolic
Computation--My Favorite Open Problems by Erich Kaltofen
worksheets on Fourier series, integrals and PDEs with Animations
by Professor Alain Goriely
linear algebra package PSALMO, written in Maple V by Juan Manuel de
Olazábal Malo de Molina
Maps Maple tools that can be used to describe maps. Created by Ross
Taylor, Richard Baur, and John Oprea.
for Instructors by Robert J. Lopez.
Codes and Number Theory by W. D. Joyner.
Computer Algebra Information Network CAIN
Europe is a server providing all kinds of information about Symbolic and
Algebraic Computation. It is set up by eight teams in the framework of
the European SAC Network and maintained by CAN / Riaca (Computer Algebra
A List of Computer Algebra Systems
Herng-Jeng Jou: The major purpose of a Computer Algebra System (CAS) is
to manipulate a formula symbolically using the computer. For example, expanding,
factorizing, root finding, or simplifying an algebraic polynomial are some
of the common uses of CAS. However, many systems listed here have gone
far beyond that and also offer other functionalities like numerical calculation,
graphics, and simulations.
Algebra Systems Pointers by Steve Sullivan
Computing FAQ by Steve Sullivan
Combinatorics Environment (ACE) ACE is a MAPLE library devoted to Algebraic
Combinatorics computations. It is available for Maple V release 1, 2, 3,
4 and since 1999, for Maple V release 5. This is a joint effort of a number
of people from the University of Marne-la-Vallée. The development
has been supervised by Alain Lascoux and Jean-Yves Thibon