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New Release of Maple Advances Teaching and Research
March 21, 2013
University Business
“With Maple 17, Maplesoft introduces more powerful mathematics and a large collection of enhancements dedicated to supporting the creation of interactive Maple Math Apps for teaching and learning. These Apps can be used in Maple 17 or through the recently announced Möbius Project initiative from Maplesoft, providing new ways to bring the power of Maple to even more people.”
Maple 17 Offers Advanced Solving and Application Development Capabilities
March 21, 2013
MCADCafe
“Performance has also been enhanced with improvements to frequently called routines and algorithms as well as in the low-level infrastructure of memory management. One example is a new memory manager, which takes advantages of multiple processors to allow computations to run 10% faster on average, with memory-intensive computations running up to 50% faster. With these new abilities, customers can solve more problems, faster, with Maple 17.”
Software simulates rugged offshore machines
March 21, 2013
Machine Design
Once Bak is confident of the custom elements’ performance, he incorporates them into MapleSim models of the actuation system and evaluates the complete crane’s likely performance. “We already built a model of an existing crane and demonstrated that it accurately predicts the real crane’s behavior. The model lets us study the likely impact of design changes to individual components.”
Maplesoft Releases Update to Maple Technical Computing Software
March 3, 2013
OEM Off-Highway Magazine
“Maple 17 offers numerous advancements in a variety of branches of technical computation that push the frontiers of knowledge and Maple’s capabilities. New functionality includes ground-breaking achievements in solving a whole new class of differential equations, major advancements in solving systems of equations, new signal processing tools, expanded support for physics, statistics, dynamic systems and more.”
Maple 17 offers advanced solving and application development capabilities
March 3, 2013
Electronic Specifier
“Performance has also been enhanced with improvements to frequently called routines and algorithms as well as in the low-level infrastructure of memory management. One example is a new memory manager, which takes advantages of multiple processors to allow computations to run 10 per cent faster on average, with memory-intensive computations running up to 50 per cent faster. With these new abilities, customers can solve more problems, faster with Maple 17.”
Advanced Solving and Application Development
March 3, 2013
Product Design and Development
“With Maple 17, Maplesoft has introduced more computation tools and a large collection of enhancements dedicated to supporting the creation of applications. New functionality includes ground-breaking achievements in solving a whole new class of differential equations, major advancements in solving systems of equations, new signal processing tools, expanded support for physics, statistics, and dynamic systems.”
New Release of Maple Advances Teaching and Research
March 3, 2013
Desktop Engineering
“New functionality includes advancements in solving a whole new class of differential equations, advancements in solving systems of equations, an extensive new package for working with algebraic groups, new signal processing tools, expanded support for differential geometry, new tools for physics, and more.”
Maplesoft, partners develop new methods for modeling physical systems
March 3, 2013
Automotive Engineering International
“Seeking new, more efficient methods for modeling physical systems, Maplesoft and the University of Waterloo are researching—with support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and Toyota—ways to develop the theory and computer algorithms necessary to automatically create engineering models in a mathematical form. As a result of this research, engineers are now able to build more complex, nonlinear, and high-fidelity models that provide more insight into the actual physics, while also accelerating system-level modeling of new products.”
Symbolic design and analysis
February 28, 2013
Automotive Engineering International
“Maplesoft expands its partnership with Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America to include the Symbolic Control project. The project’s goal is research leading to the implementation of symbolic design and analysis methods for linear, nonlinear, and parametric robust control. This research will allow developers to consider system nonlinearities, modeling inaccuracies, and parametric uncertainties in the design process.”
New Maplesoft project for Toyota leverages symbolic computation in control systems engineering
February 28, 2013
DesignFax
“This new project follows the completion of another successful Maplesoft project for Toyota, which saw high-end research and implementation of new methods for model simplification and preprocessing of high-level acausal dynamical models.”
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