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MAPLE: A Comprehensive Introduction [Hardcover]

Roy A. Nicolaides , Noel J. Walkington


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June 13 1996 0521562309 978-0521562300 1
A knowledge of one or more high level symbolic mathematics programs is rapidly becoming a necessity for mathematics users from all fields of science. The aim of this book is to provide a solid grounding in Maple, one of the best known of these programs. The authors combine efficiency and economy of exposition with a complete coverage of Maple. The book has twelve chapters, of which eight are completely accessible to anyone who has completed calculus and linear sequences as taught in American universities. These chapters cover the great majority of Maple's capabilities. There are also three chapters on Maple programming that can be read without prior programming experience, although knowledge of a high level programming language (Basic, Fortran, C etc.) will help. There is also a chapter on some relevant aspects of algebra. Above all, the book allows the reader to extract value from Maple without wasting time and effort in the learning process. It is the fastest track to expertise for Maple users in mathematics and computer science.

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' ... gives a more thorough treatment than most other introductions to Maple.' Paul Levrie, ITW Nieuws

' ... a solid grounding in Maple.' L'Enseignement Mathématique

'All in all this is a recommendable book for everybody using or starting with Maple.' F. Manhart (Wien) International Mathematical News

' ... this is a pleasant book that provides a good introduction to the flavour of Maple.' Zentralblatt

Book Description

A knowledge of one or more high level symbolic mathematics programs is rapidly becoming a necessity for mathematics users from all fields of science. The main aim of this book is to provide a solid grounding in Maple, one of the best known of these programs. The authors have sought to combine efficiency and economy of exposition with a complete coverage of Maple. Although the book is complete in its coverage of Maple, there is no "fat" in the book. Above all, the book is designed to enable the reader to extract value from Maple without wasting time and effort in the learning process. It is the fast and fastest track to Maple expertise.

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