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Maple 10: From symbolic computer to universal math machine

Dr. Jason Schattman, in his review of Maple 10 - which he calls a “universal math machine”- notes: “Ease-of-use and presentability have improved dramatically (in Maple 10 compared to earlier versions) and have surpassed competitors MathCad and Mathematica along many dimensions….Maple's greatest strength — and sharpest edge over other players in the optimization game: that you can extend its functionality using its programming language “

Excerpt taken from ORMS Today, Software Review

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