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User Case Studies - Professional
Maple plays a significant role in creating Humanoid Robots
December 20, 2006
Professor Atsuo Takanishi
Interview with Professor Atsuo Takanishi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of Science and Engineering, Waseda University
Syrup Spices Up Electric Circuits
March 17, 2006
Joe Riel
Researchers at mainframe computer manufacturer NCR observed an unexpected occurrence during fault testing of a modular three-phase power system for a mainframe computer.
PDI/DreamWorks Tap into Maple As a Tool to Keep Creative Juices Flowing
May 17, 2005
You may not know of Pacific Data Images (PDI) (Palo Alto, CA), but chances are good you have seen their work-and probably in multiple forms.
How Math Matters in Design Optimization
February 24, 2005
Motion Research Group, Ontario, Canada

An interesting example of how math really matters in design optimization is in the manufacturing of pianos. The mechanism that connects the pianist’s fingers to the hammer that strikes the strings, known as “the action”, has changed little since its invention in the 17th century.

GAUSS and OpenMaple Size up the Economy
February 6, 2004
Econotron Software, Westmount, Canada

New application from Econotron arms GAUSS with Maple symbolics

Quanser Consulting and CRS Rely on Maple To Speed Development of Robots
November 2, 2002
Quanser Consulting, Burlington, Canada

Quanser Consulting (Toronto, Canada) is used to facing tough technological challenges. With clients ranging from NASA and the National Science and Research Council of Canada to leading universities around the globe, Quanser is the world's leader in the design and manufacture of advanced systems for real-time control design and implementation used in education, research, and industrial applications.

LSI Circuit Design Using Maple
September 1, 2002
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., Japan

Interview with Shiro Dosho, Team Leader, Semiconductor Development Headquarters - Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.

Development and Analysis of Power Steering Technology with Maple
August 7, 2002
Toyota Motor Corp., Japan

Interview with Ikuo Kushiro, Head Staff, Second Vehicles Engineering Department - Fifth Development Center, Toyota Motor Corp.

Research and Development of Optical Devices Using Maple
May 7, 2002
University of Electro-Communications, Japan
Interview with Yoshiyasu Ueno, Assistant Professor, D. Engineering, The University of Electro-Communications, Chofu, Tokyo
Developing Optical Zoom Lenses Using Maple
March 23, 2002
Canon, Inc., Japan

Interview with Kazuo Tanaka, Chief D. Engineer Canon Inc.

Maple assists researchers using MRI technology in the early detection of cancer tumors
August 22, 2001
University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC)
Researchers at the University of Connecticut Health Center (UCHC) are exploring applications of Maple in the interpretation of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) information for the early detection and characterization of small tumors.
Mapping it out with Maple
May 31, 2001
Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York
Creating maps of the world in a two-dimensional format has been a major challenge since antiquity. Over hundreds of years cartographers have developed many coordinate systems, called projections, to map their data.
Modeling Dynamic Systems using Maple
March 6, 2001
Motion Research Group, Ontario, Canada
Wherever mathematics is being taught or used, Maple has been proven time and again to be the software tool of choice for gaining understanding of advanced concepts or complex technical problems, as well as for providing a single integrated environment in which to develop solutions to those problems.
Math Software Models Motions of Spacecraft's Robotic Arm
June 4, 2000
NASA Tech Briefs

Canada's contribution to the International Space Station is the Mobile Servicing System (MSS), a complex manipulator that includes robot "arms" that can pick up and manipulate everything from delicate objects to large payloads.

Hands-On Waterloo Maple
August 31, 1999
Journal (USA)
Waterloo Maple has developed a software system to work with the portability of Casio's new Windows CE device for exploring, learning and solving problems in mathematics from algebra to calculus.
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