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MapleSim modeling & simulation supports advanced model development, analysis
April 23, 2013
Avionics Intelligence
“Other improvements include expanded connectivity options with the new MapleSim Connector for JMAG-RT, enhanced support for Modelica, and a new transparency option for the visualization of multibody objects that allows engineers to add additional visual context to their models.”
Faster, more flexible modelling
April 23, 2013
Electronic Specifier
Maplesoft has announced a new release of MapleSim, the advanced system-level modelling and simulation platform. With improved performance, more tools for programmatic analysis and model development and expanded connectivity options, MapleSim 6.1 helps engineers meet and exceed their system-level requirements.
Paul Goossens’ video interview
April 23, 2013
SAE Automotive Engineering International
Paul Goossens, Maplesoft's Vice President of Engineering Solutions, speaks with AEI at the SAE 2013 World Congress.
Maple helps Discover Mathematics-based Gömböc Shape
April 14, 2013
Scientific Computing and Instrumentation
“The invention of Gömböc is the culmination of a long process of mathematical research and Maple, the mathematical computation engine from Maplesoft, played an important role in its discovery. The yet-undiscovered shape was known to be a convex mono-monostatic object — a three-dimensional object, which because of its geometry had only one possible way to balance upright. Domokos and Várkonyi identified a two-parameter family of objects, all of which had the desired mono-monostatic property. However, not all of them were convex. Maple was used to identify the convex shapes and thus prove the existence of the shape. The process involved a large amount of complex, precise mathematical computation, and Maple’s symbolic computation power made it possible.”
Engineering, Mathematical, and Scientific System Updated
March 24, 2013
Desktop Engineering
“Performance has also been enhanced with improvements to frequently called routines and algorithms as well as in the low-level infrastructure of memory management, according to Maplesoft. By way of an example, the company cites a new memory manager that takes advantage of multiple processors. This, says Maplesoft, allows computations to run 10% faster on average, with memory-intensive computations running up to 50% faster.”
Interaktive Mathematik
March 24, 2013
C’t (Germany)
Develop Highly Efficient Models for Multi-Body Systems
March 24, 2013
Design News
“With an acausal modeling tool, such as MapleSim, each modeling block is a discrete physical component, such as a spring or a mechanical joint. Each block maps directly to a physical component in your system, effectively eliminating the need to derive and manipulate equations by hand, and resulting in a model diagram that's more visually representative of the real system. This is possible because the associated physical laws are already embedded with the component.”
Interactive Mathematics Initiative
March 21, 2013
R&D Magazine
“The Möbius Project makes it easy to create rich, interactive mathematical applications, share them with everyone, and grade them to assess understanding. Using Maple, the flagship mathematical software product from Maplesoft, instructors can easily create interactive mathematical applications that help their colleagues and students solve problems, visualize solutions, and explore concepts.”
Maple project boosts learning
March 21, 2013
Scientific Computing World
“These applications are then shared with everyone through The Möbius Project, where they can be freely accessed for use in the classroom and for independent learning. These applications are also gradeable by Maple T.A., the testing and assessment system from Maplesoft, giving instructors a whole new way to measure and deepen students’ understanding.”
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.”
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