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Maple 16 Adds Improved Visualizations, Algorithms
April 5, 2012
Campus Technology
Announcing the newly released Maple 16.
Smart features in Maple help users do complex math problems
April 4, 2012
Machine Design
Announcing the newly released Maple 16.
Math Software Usability Reaches New Heights with Maple 16
March 31, 2012
Machinery and Equipment
Taking a look at Maple 16
Maple 16 Technical Computing Software
March 30, 2012
OEM Off-Highway magazine
Maplesoft announces Maple 16, a new edition of the technical computing software
Maple 16
March 30, 2012
Scientific Computing World
A new version of Maple is now available. The new product takes math usability to new levels
Math Software Usability Reaches New Heights with Maple 16
March 28, 2012
Cloud Computing Journal
Maplesoft announces Maple 16
Math Software Usability Reaches New Heights with Maple 16
March 28, 2012
Product Design and Development
Maple 16 announced
Design Apps for the Mobile Engineer
March 15, 2012
Design News
Maplesoft dipped its toe in the mobile engineering design tool waters with Maple Player for the iPad, a free version of its technical computing software that can be used for technical computing calculations.
High-tech Tools for High-tech Jobs
March 14, 2012
Design World
Maplesoft products are expected to help JPL save time and reduce cost by providing more efficient and smarter methods for mathematical analysis, modeling, and simulation. In addition to using Maple for advanced mathematical analysis, JPL will use MapleSim, a high-performance physical modeling and simulation tool, as part of its engineering workflow.
NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratory Begins Widespread Adoption of Maplesoft Technology
February 1, 2012
Desktop Engineering
NASA s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is implementing Maple, MapleSim, and MapleNet from Maplesoft for a number of projects. The Maplesoft products are expected to help JPL save time and reduce cost by providing more efficient and smarter methods for mathematical analysis, modeling, and simulation.
JPL begins widespread adoption of Maplesoft technology
January 27, 2012
Space Daily
Maplesoft products are expected to help JPL save time and reduce cost by providing more efficient and smarter methods for mathematical analysis, modelling and simulation. Maplesoft solutions are built within a natively symbolic framework, avoiding some of the worst sources of error and computational inefficiencies generated by traditional, numeric-based tools – thus providing great tools for precision-rich projects such as those of JPL.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) adopts Maplesoft solutions
January 27, 2012
Scientific Computing World
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is implementing Maple, MapleSim and MapleNet to enhance modelling and simulation in its various space exploration projects.
NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory begins widespread adoption of Maplesoft technology; MapleSim and Maple to enhance modeling and simulation in space exploration projects
January 26, 2012
Military and Aerospace electronics
JPL is implementing Maple, MapleSim and MapleNet in its various projects. Whether creating America's first satellite, Explorer 1, sending the first robotic craft to the moon or exploring the edges of the solar system, JPL has been at the forefront of pushing the limits of exploration.
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory Deploys Maplesoft Technology
January 26, 2012
Desktop Engineering
In addition to using Maple for advanced mathematical analysis, JPL will use MapleSim, Maplesoft s physical modeling and simulation platform, in its engineering workflow. MapleSim accesses Maple s symbolic computation technology to efficiently handle all of the complex mathematics involved in the development of engineering models, including multi-domain systems, multibody systems, plant modeling, and control design.
NASA Jet Propulsion Lab Enhances Modeling and Simulation in Space Exploration Projects
January 26, 2012
Scientific Computing and Instrumentation
Maplesoft products are expected to help JPL save time and reduce cost by providing more efficient and smarter methods for mathematical analysis, modeling and simulation. Maplesoft solutions are built within a natively symbolic framework, avoiding some of the worst sources of error and computational inefficiencies generated by traditional, numeric-based tools — thus providing great tools for precision-rich projects such as those of JPL.
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