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Does the installation of Maple toolbox for matlab removes MuPad in matlab? 

Now when I type in mupad in matlab, it says undefined function.

Is there a way to keep both?

Hi Everybody,

I installed the Maple Toolbox for matlab and tried to run my old code.  For some reason, maple('restart') will cause Matlab to lock up.  Any ideas?

Windows 7 64-bit.  Matlab 2012b 32-bit, Maple 18 32-bit

i have a corei7 laptop and i want maple to use all of my cpu cores in paraller,what should i do exactly ? in there anyway to use them without using grid computing toolbox ? or how to manage it with grid computing toolbox? i want maple use all of my cpu power during computation, tnx for help 

another interesting bug in mapleprimes, when i created new tage , i face this error : 

Only users with at least 250 reputation can create new tags, please remove or replace these tags: computing !
i have 305 but i could not do it ! :| .

Maplesoft regularly hosts live webinars on a variety of topics. Below you will find details on some upcoming webinars we think may be of interest to the MaplePrimes community.  For the complete list of upcoming webinars, visit our website.


Hollywood Math (with more new examples!)

Over its storied and intriguing history, Hollywood has entertained us with many mathematical moments in film. John Nash in “A Beautiful Mind,” the brilliant janitor in “Good Will Hunting,” the number theory genius in “Pi,” and even Abbott and Costello are just a few of the Hollywood “mathematicians” that come to mind.

Although the widespread presentation of mathematics on the silver screen is not always entirely accurate, it does serve as a great introduction to the study of mathematics in general. During this webinar Maplesoft will present a number of examples of mathematics in film. See relevant, exciting examples that you can use to engage your students.At the end of the webinar you’ll be given an opportunity to download an application containing all of the Hollywood examples that we demonstrate.

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.


Applications of Symbolic Computation in Control Design

You may already use Maple and/or MapleSim within your organization to solve various problems, but did you know that they have capabilities for control design as well? In one of our upcoming featured webinars for this month, we will explore the Control Design toolbox including the ability to extract symbolic equations of plant models, perform symbolic linearization, design symbolic controllers, and generate very fast code for HIL testing.

The following examples will be demonstrated:

• PID Control

• LQR, Kalman filter design

• Gain scheduling

• Feedback linearization

To join us for the live presentation, please click here to register.

MapleSim 6.4 includes more powerful tools for creating custom components, performance enhancements, and enhancements to the model generators for Simulink® and FMI. 

We have also made important updates to the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox. This toolbox now offers a more complete set of algorithms for PID control, new commands for computing closed-loop transfer functions, and numerous improvements to existing commands. These enhancements allow engineers to design a greater variety of controllers and controller-observer systems while taking advantage of the greater flexibility and analysis options available through the use of symbolic parameters. 

See What’s New in MapleSim 6.4 and What’s New in the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox for details.



We have just released a new, more powerful version of the Maple Global Optimization Toolbox.  

For this new release, Maplesoft has partnered with Noesis Solutions to develop a new version of the Maple Global Optimization Toolbox that is powered by Optimus technology. Optimus, from Noesis Solutions, is a platform for simulation process integration and design optimization that includes powerful optimization algorithms. This advanced technology is now available...

I want to sovle two equations given as a function
G1 and G2
G1 is defined as
function y = G1(x)
y = (2*x*log(2*x)+(1-x)*log(1-x))+(.0009*x*(1-x));
G2 is Defined as

function y = G2(x)
y = x*log(x)+(1-x)*log(1-x);

when I solve the wquations using code
syms x1;
syms x2;
following error occur

??? Error using ==> sym.solve at 73

While looking over some old Maple 9.5 applications I came across two applications requiring the HPC Grid computing toolbox for maple. 

Now that parallel computing is becoming the norm and parallel code tools are included with newer Maple versions.  Has this toolbox just been integrated into Maple?  or are they two totally different entities altogether.  I am sensing the toolbox is to deal with multiple computer systems as the parallel code tools...

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