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      Here is one of the problems from "Mathematical Trivium"  (Russian Mathematical Surveys, 1991, 46:1, 271-278) by V. Arnold. Those problems are aimed at the strong graduate and postgraduate students of the top universities.
      I find it remarkable that a big part of the Arnold's problems can be solved with Maple.
 
      Problem...

I will use this post for a list of conclusions drawn from MRB constant N and the many similar approximations that I have found. 

Let x= MRB Constant.   Each approximation is followed by a maple input so you can verify these approximations. 

I want one of a sequence of questions to not show it answer. The other questions need to show their answers, but this one

cannot. I could make a separate assignment for this question but that seems rather painful. I use latex => .qu so the

solutions that don't require touching the editor is a plus.

I'm doing some algebra with transfer functions, which are often written in LaPlace Transform notation, e.g. f(s) = 1/s.  One often wants to find the "gain and phase" of such, which is easy to do using the following steps:

1) Substitute "i omega" (imaginary unit, omega = frequency in radians) for s.

2) Express the complex quantity in polar (rho, phi) notation -- rho = amplitude, phi = argument (Phase).

So here's my question -- if I am developing...

Ok hello everyone and thank you in advance.
I have 2-3 difficulties in a maple plotting.
I'm trying to plot two fairly easy surfaces in maple 3d
What I want is:
3 standard axis, x,y,z with y vertical and z coming out of the screen(obviously you can turn it and stuff.)

Two surfaces:
On with y = (1/x), z=free;
The second with y= 2*x(1/z);

Hi all,

I'm editing a scientific document in Maple document mode. I'd like to assign a mathematical result to a variable, which is a 2D-math expression.

An example:

I'd like to assign the result of

diff(x^2,x)

to the expression

I was about to post this as a "How-do-I" question, but while composing my question, I stumbled upon the solution.  In case this "discovery" would be useful, I'm posting it here.

For some coursework, I'm developing fitting sinusoids to experimental data (poor-man's Fourier Analysis).  At one point, I do a "brute-force-least-squares" computation, one step of which involves computing the sum of a sine over N equally-spaced intervals around the circle.  This...

As some of you know, I'm hoping to, some day, find a closed form expression for the MRB constant.

 Here is my latest little nugget.

Let x=MRB constant.

(1-604*x)/(28+209*x) = log(x) with an error< ...

Why does:

G := Heaviside(x): int(G(x)*G(t-x), x = 0 .. 3);

Produce a "Error, (in unknown) too many levels of recursion"?

Hi!

I'm sure there is a simple solution to my problem, but because I'm fairly new to using Maple, I can't figure out why my graph won't work. All I'm trying to do is graph a function along with its first and second derivatives within the same graph. The original function is f(x)= (2+sinx)^x2/(x2+1).

I defined the function as f and then found the first derivative by using df:=D(f...

External calling functions from Windows dlls in Maple uses __stdcall calling convention.

Most Windows dlls including <windows.h> are using that convention (called also WINAPI). However, C runtime dll (msvcrt.dll) and most mathematical dlls - such as gsl, PARI, etc. which would be very useful, are using __cdecl calling convention and functions from them can not be easily called from Maple. One has to create a wrapper dll with __stdcall calling convention for that. In particular, Axel Vogt did that for a part of PARI.

Would that be possible for Maplesoft developers to add option CDECL in define_external in Maple 15 allowing calling C library functions and functions from gsl, PARI, etc. directly from Maple, without a burden of writing __stdcall wrappers for them first?

I'm new to maple and am evaluating it as a means of deriving symbolic equations of motion for a system comprising two flexible bodies sliding relative to one another and rotating in 3d space using the Boltzmann Hamel equations.  I have written up the approach but the maths is extremely tedious by hand so I wondered if maple could help.  For  a start how do I define a simple indexed 3 element vector and then create the skew matrix equivalent (tilde matrix) as...

    My first touch with Maple was in 1997,when I was in my undergraduate course.The software of maple was in three floppy disk.

    Since 2000,I becomes a teacher for mathematics .Now I am using it to compute the integrate,limits,etc.

To the world you may be one person,but to one person you may be the world!

This post is a further development of my earlier question in reply to John's post. I have implemented a basic version of the CANDECOMP/PARAFAC algorithm referred to on Wikipedia and described 

If you construct the tensor product W of an m- and an n-dimensional vector space, U and V, then you can view the elements of W as m by n matrices (by picking a basis for U and V). The rank one matrices are the elements that can be written as the tensor product of (nonzero) vectors u in U and v in V; this corresponds to writing the matrix as u

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