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Please help me how to plot the following Chemotaxis System in Maple. Great Thanks

PDE 1= diff(p(x,t),t)-diff(p(x,t)*q(x,t),x)=D*diff(p(x,t),x,x)

PDE 2 = diff(q(x,t),t)-diff(p(x,t),x)=0

with the initial conditions

p(x)=0.5+1/(1+exp(2*(x-30)))

and

p(x)=0.5+1/(1+exp(-2*(x-30)))

and the boundary conditions

p(0, t) = 1.5, p(1, t) = 0.5

and

q(0, t) = 0.5, q(1, t) = 1.5

Stupid question, but how do I get the code on the math apps CaesarCipher from the help page?  I see the variable cipher but it's content is a mystery.

(Sorry guys, I changed the title to better reflect the content of the question and it bumped back up the top)

This happened on Windows 10 clicking on *.mws documents while Maple 2023 was not running.

My observations with one document (I do not have others at hand at the moment):

No freeze when Maple is already running.

No freeze when the startup page (Start.mw) is disabled.

Older versions opened in Windows file explorer with “right click and open with” did not show this behavior.

Since there are ways to open such old documents, my intention is to document my observations and to find out if others can reproduce it. If not, my setup might differ from default or the file has an issue.

Here is a demonstration involving two decision problems (where evalf is applied to the output for better readability): 
 

interface(version);

restart;

`Standard Worksheet Interface, Maple 2023.0, Windows 10, March 6 2023 Build ID 1689885`

(1)

RealDomain:-solve({x*y = 3*z^5+4, x^2*y^2-3*x^2*z^2 = 1., x^3+y^3+z^3 = 12})

{x = 2.948903259, y = -2.257458014, z = -1.288554964}, {x = -.7294615910, y = 2.402430460, z = -1.139060479}, {x = .6177631401, y = 2.331476708, z = -.9687540923}, {x = 2.113678892, y = 1.450731881, z = -.7917893433}

(2)

SMTLIB:-Satisfy({x*y = 3*z^5+4, x^2*y^2-3*x^2*z^2 = 1, x^3+y^3+z^3 = 12}, showsmtlib)

(declare-fun x () Real)
(declare-fun y () Real)
(declare-fun z () Real)
(assert (and (= (* x y) (+ (* (* z z z z z) 3) 4)) (= (+ (* (* x x) (* y y)) (* (* (* x x) (* z z)) (- 3))) 1) (= (+ (* x x x) (* y y y) (* z z z)) 12)))
(check-sat)
(exit)

 

Error, (in SMTLIB:-smtlib_execute) external linking: error loading external library mplsmtlib.dll: Ҳ���ָ����ģ�顣

 

RealDomain:-solve({(x^2-2*y*z)*(x^3-y+z) = 0, x^4-y*z^3 = 2., z^4+x^3-2*x*y+3*y*z = 0})

{x = -1.130532018, y = -.1818551573, z = 1.263080805}, {x = 1.123233144, y = .4467032548, z = -.9704268675}, {x = 1.250562423, y = 2.517328867, z = .5615663246}, {x = 2.489770959, y = 16.73009962, z = 1.296110460}, {x = -1.336432744, y = -.7736167557, z = -1.154352246}, {x = 1.209937072, y = 1.655230257, z = .4422187526}

(3)

SMTLIB:-Satisfy({(x^2-2*y*z)*(x^3-y+z) = 0, x^4-y*z^3 = 2, z^4+x^3-2*x*y+3*y*z = 0}, showsmtlib)

(declare-fun x () Real)
(declare-fun y () Real)
(declare-fun z () Real)
(assert (and (= (* (+ (* x x) (* (* y z) (- 2))) (+ (* x x x) (* y (- 1)) z)) 0) (= (- (* x x x x) (* y (* z z z))) 2) (= (+ (* z z z z) (* x x x) (* (* x y) (- 2)) (* (* y z) 3)) 0)))
(check-sat)
(exit)

 

Error, (in SMTLIB:-smtlib_execute) external linking: error loading external library mplsmtlib.dll: Ҳ���ָ����ģ�顣

 

?SMTLIB:-Satisfy


 

Download SMTLIB[Satisfy].mw

As you can see, the SMTLIB:-Satisfy command fails to work in Maple 2023, and I have to install the Visual Studio 2013 (VC++ 12.0) manually. But unfortunately, even if I have installed the vcredist_x64.exe beforehand, the computation still cannot be done in 1000 seconds! (Please note that I just require one real instance rather than all solutions.) Does anyone know why? 
By the way, since the default SMT solver (in Maple 2023) is Z3, will another SMT solver (like cvc5) be supported in future Maple releases?