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This is a mini-course I gave in Brazil last week, at the CBPF (Brazilian Center for Physics Research). The material will still receive polishment and improvements, towards evolving into a sort of manual, but it is also interesting to see it exactly as it was presented to people during the course. This material uses the update of Physics available at the Maplesoft Physics R&D webpage.

BrasilComputacaoAlge.zip

Edgardo S. Cheb-Terrab
Physics, Maplesoft

Well, it’s been more than 17 years since First Leaves: A Tutorial Introduction to Maple V was first published as a hardcover book, and since that time, Maple, the Maple documentation, and the world have undergone huge changes.   We are now in a state where all our documentation is available electronically, including both in-product and online; where the vast majority of our customers receive our products electronically and never even see the printed...

I would like to be able to read Maple manuals and the AEM book that I have bought on the ipad. I can understand that I will not be able to run the commands. But it woud be nice to read through the different sections while reclining on my bed. Hope that you will make it possible.

The (new, Maple 15) Programming Guide is available for download from the Documentation Center.

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