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Is there a way to apply Intc() and Fundiff() in spherical coordinates? If I initialize a spherical coordinate system X and then want to calculate the effect with Intc(), r, theta phi and t are integrated from -inf to inf but  thtea:(0, pi) phi:(0, 2Pi). I would also need a second spherical coordinate system Y, if I have understood Fundiff() correctly, but how can I define this Coordinates(X = spherical, Y = spherical) does not work.  

I would like to vary my Lagrange density (16) with respect to f_A(r). Where r is the radial coordinate of the spherical coordinate system.

YANG-MILLS-Theorie.mw

Dear maple user,for defining the piecewise function please rectify this

h:z-> piecewise(do+Lo<z<do+4*Lo+0.3,    1-cos(2*pi*(z-L), other wise 1)

Hi all guys, I don't know how to simplify this easy expression? I have tried simplify command, and expand command, no use. Welcome to answer and thank you!

 

y1(x) = 2*sin(x)-sin(2*x)+cos(2*x); y2(x) = 4*sin(x)+sin(2*x)-cos(2*x); diff(y1(x), x); diff(y1(x), x); simplify*(1/2*((diff(y1(x), x))^2+(diff(y2(x), x))^2)+1/2*(3*y1(x)^2-y1(x)*y2(x)+y2(x)^2))

simplify*((1/2)*(diff(y1(x), x))^2+(1/2)*(diff(y2(x), x))^2+(3/2)*y1(x)^2-(1/2)*y1(x)*y2(x)+(1/2)*y2(x)^2)

(1)

 

Download simplify_expression.mw

I have four symmetries as

1] \frac{\partial}{\partial t)

2] \frac{\partial}{\partial x)

3] \frac{\partial}{\partial y)

4] 2t \frac{\partial}{\partial t)+x\frac{\partial}{\partial x)+y\frac{\partial}{\partial y)-2u\frac{\partial}{\partial u)

Kindly help me out to find 1D optimal system with structural constants.

I will be greatful.

There exists a new (?) checkbox  in the Interface tab of the Options dialog: 

But I cannot find any find any explanation about it in the corresponding help page. What is the purpose of this feature? 

I have a Dataframe of data, although I assume this question applies to any type of rTable-like structure.

What is a simple/elegant way to export the image of the data to a JPG file?  I would be happy to see it in the format when I ask it to print the Dataframe, or when I use DocumentTools:-Tabulate.

I have created two graphs*, each is a combination of multiple plots. From this, I use "plots:-display" to create an array of the two graphs.  I wish to export this array of graphs to a jpg file. Is this possible?  (Yes, I can export each graph, but I would like it combined in the array image that Maple displays.)

* Why the asterisk: I make two plots. When I combine them through the plots:-display procedure, what type of output is produced? I've called it a graph. The help implies the output is a plot array. However, that is different from displaying an array of graphs through plots: display (Array([plot1, plot2])). Correct?

 

The Proceedings of the Maple Conference 2023 is now out, at

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The presentations these are based on (and more) can be found at https://www.maplesoft.com/mapleconference/2023/full-program.aspx#schedule .

There are several math research papers using Maple, an application paper by an undergraduate student, an engineering application paper, and an interesting geometry teaching paper.

Please have a look, and don't forget to register for the Maple Conference 2024.

i have made a full working code for differential quadrature method now i am  changing examples and it is not working although i have properly defined new parameters i am attaching my code kindly help me out
one more thing one example include summation n=0..ininity it is not even evaluating taking alot of time i am attaching both codes kindly help me out
A+B_example.mw
chelishkov_comparison.mw

Is there a way to install 2024.1 and keep 2024 there also? i.e. install 2024.1 along side 2024? This way if I find a problem and want to check 2024 I still have it? 

i.e. install Maple 2024.1 in its own folder, separate from Maple 2024, and have its own icon on desktop. 

If I install 2024.1 using Tools->Check for update,  it will overwrite 2024 and not ask me if I want to keep it. At least this is what happened in Maple 2023 and earlier versions. So wanted to ask before I try to do this again, else it will be too late.

If I do not use Tools->Check for updates, and instead download 2024.1 manually from the product web page, will one then be able to install 2024.1 and keep 2024? Or will it also overwrite 2024? I have not tried because I do not know if it will ask me or not.

Maple 2024.

Dear all, in Maple Help exists the documentation of how to use the OpenMaple API Library. But I didn't found a link where to download the necessary libraries. I found e.g. the library maple-0.17.4.jar but it doesn't contain com.maplesoft.openmaple.*

http://www.java2s.com/example/jar/m/maple-index.html

Tahnks for help

A simple visual way to show that the parametric equation of a circle is a helix in our three-dimensional space.
Parametric equation of a circle f1 and f2.
The helix is ​​defined by the intersection of two mutually perpendicular cylindrical surfaces f1 and f2.

 

restart; with(plots): 
R := 1.;
f1 := x1-R*cos(x3); 
f2 := x2-R*sin(x3); 
PT := implicitplot3d([f1, f2], x1 = -6 .. 6, x2 = -6 .. 6, x3 = -2 .. 12, numpoints = 10000, style = surface, color = [blue, green], transparency = .5):
IT := intersectplot(f1, f2, x1 = -1 .. 1, x2 = -1 .. 1, x3 = -2 .. 12, thickness = 3, axes = normal, grid = [10, 10, 30]): 
display(PT, view = [-6 .. 6, -6 .. 6, -2 .. 12]);
display(PT, IT, view = [-6 .. 6, -6 .. 6, -2 .. 12]); 
display(IT, view = [-R .. R, -R .. R, -2 .. 12], scaling = constrained)

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Circular_gears_meshing_blunt_teeth_shape_from_involute_of_circle.mw

My worksheet has suddenly begun producing the following error message when executing legitimate commands:

Error, (in cos) type `SymbolicInfinity` does not exist

Why has this worksheet suddenly begun issuing these mysterious error messages and how can it be restored to working order?

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