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Hi All,

I would like to request information the representation of the following result from Mathematica :

Mathematica result:    MeijerG[{{0, 1/2}, {}}, {{0, 1}, {-1, -1}}, a, 1/2]

Maple is able to take: MeijerG[{{0, 1/2}, {}}, {{0, 1}, {-1, -1}}, a] which is represented as
                                MeijerG([[0, 1/2], []], [[0, 1], [-1, -1]], a)

Could you please advise me on how to implement this function in maple. I would be grateful if you also include matlab in the discussion.

The matiematica output is a result of the following integration:

Integrate[r*(BesselI[1, al*r]* BesselK[1, al*r]), r]


Looking forward to your reply. Thanks in advance.



hi all.
i have a system of ODE's including 9 set of coupled OED's . 

i have  converted second deravaties to dd2 , in other words : diff(a[i](t),t,t)=dd2[i](t) . i =1..9 :

and i have set these 9 equations in form of vibrational equations such :  (M.V22)[i]+(K(t).V(t))[i]+P(t)[i] = eq[i] , where M is coefficient Matrix of second  derivatives , V22 is Vector of second derivaties , for example V22[1] = diff(a[1](t),t,t) , and  P(t) is the numeric part of equations ( they are pure number and do not contain any symbolic function ) and K(t).V(t) is the remaining part of equations such that : (K(t).V(t))[i] = eq[i] - (M.V22)[i] - P(t)[i]  , and V(t) are vector of a[i](t)'s which V(t)[1] = a[1](t) ,

i have used step by step time integration method (of an ebook which i have attachted that part of ebook here), when i set time step of solving process to h=0.01 , i can solve this system up to time one second or more, but when i choose h=0.001 or smaller, the answer diverges after 350 steps . i do not know whether the problem is in my ODS system, or maple can not handle this ?the answer about the time t=0.3 are the same in both steps, but after that, the one with stpe time h=0.001 diverges. my friend has solved this in mathematica without any problem, could any body help me ?! it is urgent for me to solve this problem,thnx everybody.


HelloI have Mathematica code(notebook) I want to convert it to Maple code (worksheet)

Does anyone know if Maple has a counterpart to the Wolfram Lightweight Grid Manager that can be used with Maple 14 or Maple 16?

The latest Maple 17 bashing from Mathematica appears on their comparison webpage.

The first thing that paid my attention in their "comparison" was their comparison of the Mobius project to the Mathematica demonstrations project.  To my knowledge the Mobius project is an extension to application center which I thought was the same as Mathematica demonstration project anyways ???

Anyways anyone have thoughts on this recent comparison?

hi dear

i am a student of m.phil in maths.

i am doing my research in numerical solution of fractional derivatives but

i am facing a little problem in writing the code for fractional derivatives by hpm

in mathematica software if you are having any code kindly sent it to me


I came across this post

and in the commented section near the end someone mentions this can not be elegantly done in Maple.  I would like to disprove this comment.  He says "There’s NO WAY any numeric language like R or Maple can try to do this."

I don't believe it, and I welcome anyone to disprove his...


I've been trying to force maple to find a solution of this differential equation:

ode := -((D@@2)(y))(r)-2*y(r)/r+y(r) = (2-V(r))*u[0](r)

dsolve(ode, y(r));


y(r) = r exp(-r) _C2 + (exp(r) + 2 exp(-r) Ei(1, -2 r) r) _C1 - 4 

/ / /
|1 | |
exp(-3 r) |- | |
|2 | |
\ \/

/ 2 \ \


I'm new in Maple and i've a project to do. I've to find at what time is 90% of the steady-state concentration of C achieved. And the eq is 

z'=k(1/2-z)(1/3-z), where k=0.3. 

So i had worked in Mathematica before and i know that it would look something like that in there: 

eqn1 = 0 == k (1/2 - z[t]) (1/3 - z[t])

DSolve[Evaluate[{eqn1}], z[t]].

But i have no idea how to find this 90%. I hope that someone will...


I am trying to do somthing like this (I actually have a 5D Array, this is a simple example) (mathematica code)

a = { {{1,2,3},{4,5,6}},{{1,2,3},{4,5,6}},{{1,2,3},{4,5,6}}};

Transpose[a, {1,3,2}]

 (* this {1,3,2} dictates what gets transposed e.g. {1,2,3}, would leave the Array the same, and the example transposes the last two dimentions*)

in maple.

After some research it seems it makes sense in maple to use an...

Mathematica 9 was just released Nov 28 which caused me, of course, to have a look to see what wolfram has done in way of comparing itself to maple. 

Perhaps we can discuss, compare, debunk, clarify some of their claims or perhaps dismiss the results altogether

Here is one speed comparison chart I came across.  Is it relavent?  It shows Maple 16 as the worst performer.


Dear friends,

I was working on the integral of cosh(ax)/cosh(x) from zero to infinity with "a" being a rational number p/q where p<q and p-q being odd. I was quite shocked to discover that Maple 15 (X86 64 LINUX)cannot do this integral while Mathematica gets it right every time. I certainly hope this will be rectified soon.

For those who might be interested the calculation of the integral

there is a link

Just happen to come accross this wikiVS page of Maple vs Mathematica.

I find it heavily biased towards Mathematica. 



Recently, I upgraded from Maple 13 to Maple 16.  I have been using Maple for 20 years --- Maple V Release 2 (1992) through Maple 16 (2012), and I participated in beta testing Maple V Release 4, which developed what we now call the Classic Interface.  The Classic Interface is amazing --- it was better than Mathematica in 1994 and it is still better than Maple's Standard Interface.  The Standard Interface is missing features that were...

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