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New MapleSim Release Makes Design Exploration and Validation Easier
October 23, 2014
John Day's Automotive
The release of MapleSim 7 makes it now possible for engineers to compare multiple simulation runs, including simulations of a single model and simulations of different models. Other tools include the ability to visualize the correspondence between the 2-D plot results and the 3-D visualization of the model during simulation.
Online education to be focus of Amsterdam summit
October 15, 2014
Tech Today
Online education will be the focal point of the Maple T.A. User Summit in Amsterdam. Discussions at the Summit will revolve around trends and evolutions in e-learning, and how technical courses such as science and math can benefit from online tools.
Maple T.A., from Maplesoft, now mobile-accessible with support for tablets
October 14, 2014
Digital CAD
The latest version of Maple T.A. brings full functionality to tablets, new question types for technical assessment, updates to the connectivity features to allow a seamless integration into course management systems, as well as a number of other features.
Maplesoft releases latest version of Maple T.A.
October 9, 2014
Scientific Computing World
Incorporating customer feedback from students, instructors, and administrators, Maple T.A. 10 improves upon Maplesoft's powerful online testing and assessment system designed especially for STEM courses. Increased scope, usability, and flexibility for testing and assessment online are just a few of the enhancements made to Maple T.A. 10.
Marking gets an upgrade
October 8, 2014
University Affairs
The rise of technology brings good news to instructors responsible for assessing student performance: their burden is getting lighter. Computers offer features that a paper-and-pencil test cannot, such as multi-part answers or interacting with graphs. Paul DeMarco, director of development at Maplesoft, discusses how Maple T.A. can be used to ease the load of the instructor.
Education, simulation and optimisation
August 25, 2014
Scientific Computing World Digital Edition
Computers are able to now simulate problems in science and engineering at much more rapid rate and with a higher degree of accuracy than "exact methods" could ever hope for. Most problems are so complex today, that they are not amenable to anything other than a numerical solution. In this 20th anniversary edition of Scientific Computing World, Jim Cooper discusses the role of mathematics in both traditional and non-traditional sectors of industry.
Clickable Calculus
August 14, 2014
Text Medic
This blog post serves as a sound overview of Clickable Calculus as discussed by Dr. Robert Lopez in a recent webinar. Clickable Calculus allows students to explore the finer points of mathematics using computer algebra software such as Maple, without having to invest time to learn commands.
Mathematical power drives future technology
August 2, 2014
Scientific Computing World Digital Edition
Mathematics is at the core of all the technical disciplines, no matter the size or complexity of the problems they solve. A wide range of organizations are using mathematics to solve problems critical to their business. As engineers, scientists, and mathematicians look to the future, they are seeking solutions and tools that help them find better and more efficient ways to work. The CEO of Maplesoft, Jim Cooper, discuss how mathematics have played an integral part in technological advances over the last 20 years.
Simulating M2M System Communication
August 1, 2014
Desktop Engineering
Machine-to-machine, or M2M, is a type of design that often eliminates human interaction. Such devices are becoming increasingly used in tasks that require them to operate more autonomously and in conjunction with other devices. Simulation has become the starting point to design and implement these embedded networks. MapleSim and Maple allow engineers and system designers to create communications designs.
Revenue from Services Arm of Maplesoft Engineering Solutions Exceeds $10 Million
July 28, 2014
Process and Control Today
The Maplesoft Engineering Solutions group recently announced that revenue has now exceeded $10 Million. Past projects have included a robotic arm for drilling mines, a motion platform for driving simulators, a torsional vibration analysis tool for marine drivelines, batteries for hybrid-electric vehicles, and dialysis machines.
Kids nurture knack for numbers at annual SEE Math Camp
July 13, 2014
The Eagle
Maplesoft has sponsored the 2014 SEE Math Camp, which takes place at Texas A&M University for two weeks in July. Sixth, seventh and eighth graders are taking part in this summer educational enrichment program for students gifted in mathematics and science. Students are learning to write and crack code with Maple, as well as design computer animations. The students who have created the top animations at the end of the two weeks will win copies of Maple 18.
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