Maple

Description
Maple is a mathematical problem-solving and visualization system. Its principal strength lies in its symbolic problem-solving algorithms. Maple can solve problems involving formal mathematical definitions and return answers as mathematical objects.

Availability
Unix:
Maple is installed in Kellogg's Unix server, Skew.

Vendor Information
Waterloo Maple, Inc.

57 Erb Street West
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada N2L6C2
Phone: (519) 747-2373
Fax: (519) 747-5824
E-mail: info@maplesoft.com

Support

Running Maple
Maple can run both in graphic (X-Windows) and ASCII mode. To run Maple using its graphical interface, type xmaple at the Unix prompt; the Windows version of Maple will open. To run Maple in ASCII mode, type maple at the Unix prompt. You will see the Maple prompt (>), at which point you can type Maple commands. To end a Maple ASCII session, type quit.

Examples and Solution
See the Mapple Applications Center and the links below.

Useful Links