MTN Issue 8, Fall 1992
Extended Functionality (Maple V Release 2)
- Extended Capabilities for Computing with Algebraic Functions
- This article describes Marc's improvements to Maple's
capabilities for computing with algebraic functions and numbers. This
includes upgrading and extensions of functions available in Maple V
and better capabilities for indefinite integration.
- Exact Eigenvalue and Eigenvector Computation in Maple
Michael N. Monagan
- This article showcases Michael's improvements to Maple's
computation of the eigenvalues of a given matrix and the more
difficult task of correctly computing the corresponding eigenvectors.
- On a Bessel Function Integral
R.C. McPhedran, D.H. Dawes and Tony Scott
- This articles shows an extensions of Maple's implementation for
solving definite integrals based on the exploitation of special
functions. New exact solutions were obtained and used to address a
physical problem in electromagnetic scattering.
- Maple as a High Precision Calculator
Jonathan M. Borwein and Mark A. Limber
- This is an enjoyable "mathematics of computation" article which
also showcases Maple's capabilities as a convenient and powerful
multiple precision calculator.
- Surfaces and Volumes of Revolution with Maple
Thomas Riedel and Prasanna Sahoo
- As the title implies, this is an educational article showing
Maple's capabilities as a teaching tool.
- Counting Non-Isomorphic Graphs with Maple
David R. Guichard
- This article involves a particular application involving graph
theory and combinatorics may be of useful to those interested in
enumeration problems of the type: "How many distinct colorings are
there in object X?".
- Hypersingular Integral Evaluation using Maple
- This articles shows how Maple can be usefully applied to boundary
integral methods which are extensively used in areas of physics and
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