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Subject: Maple version 4.3 for DEC systems
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Maple 4.3 for the DEC 2100, 3100, 5400 & 5800.
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Waterloo Maple Software is now shipping Version 4.3 of Maple for
DEC system models 2100, 3100, 5400, 5800 based on the MIPS R2000
and R3000 RISC chips. Prices are as follows
System Academic Price (in US $)
DEC 2100 & 3100 $895
DEC 5400 & 5800 $1245
Site licenses are available. Waterloo Maple Software and the
University of Waterloo combine forces to provide full service,
ongoing product development, and complete user support.
Maple is a interactive computer algebra system that can
do both symbolic and numerical computations including
- indefinite integration and summation
- linear algebra
- power series expansions, asymptotic expansions, limits
- numerical root finding, eigenvalues, integration, linear systems etc.
- polynomial factorization, resultants and greatest common divisors
- finite field arithmetic
- solve systems of linear and polynomial equations
- solve systems of differential and recurrence equations
- numerical evaluation, plotting and series expansions of special functions
e.g. error function, GAMMA function, Riemann Zeta function, Bessel functions
- grobner bases
Versions of Maple are currently used at more than 1000 sites
worldwide on over 20 hardware platforms from the one megabyte
Macintosh to Cray supercomputers. Maple is ideal for scientific,
engineering, and business math applications. It's ease of use
and extensive libraries facilitate solving problems in robotics,
chemistry, relativistic physics, linear programming,
econometrics, structural mechanics, electrical engineering, and
advanced mathematics.
Maple is marketed, distributed, and fully supported by Waterloo
Maple Software (WMSI), a company formed in 1988 by the developers
of Maple, investors, and business managers, to offer engineers,
scientists, and business users of mathematics the most powerful,
comprehensive, reliable, and user-friendly symbolic algebra
software environment. Under development by the Symbolic
Computation Group of the Department of Computer Science at the
University of Waterloo, Canada, since 1980, Maple has achieved
international distinction.
For ordering and availability information, please write to
Waterloo Maple Software
160 Columbia Street West
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada, N2L 3L3
(519) 747-2373
wmsi@daisy.waterloo.edu
For technical questions, please contact
Stefan Vorkoetter
Technical Manager
Waterloo Maple Software
160 Columbia Street West
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada, N2L 3L3
(519) 747-2373
smvorkoetter@daisy.waterloo.edu