what the press is saying about Maplesoft. This month
there is coverage on Maple 10, and an article about
the importance of mathematical models in driving industrial
an Extreme Makeover
" Can an upgrade be so good that it can make you think of switching loyalties?
Wow! Upgrades of mature products can introduce significant enhancements, but
they rarely make you think you’re using a totally different product." Excerpts
from "Maple Gets an Extreme Makeover", Desktop Engineering, July 2005.
at First Sight
" Its (Maple 10) power is beyond question. But 'easy to use' never seemed
the most obvious way to describe it. Although a new, graphical page interface
brought natural interaction a while ago, I was impressed but set in my ways.
With release 10 comes yet another interface option, and I am won over." Excerpt
from "Love at First Sight", Scientific Computing World, June 2005.
3Ms for Instruction, Part 2: Maple, Mathematica, and
“ Maple, in contrast (to Mathematica and Matlab), favors mathematical convention.
In its notation and vocabulary, it leverages the user’s familiarity with
mathematical convention rather than trying to reshape it. This manifests itself
in a dominant personality trait – simplification.” Excerpts
taken from “3Ms for Instruction, Part 2: Maple, Mathematica, and MATLAB” ,
Computing in Science & Engineering, August 2005.
When Data Meets Math
" Data and numbers drive engineering and science and, over
the past decades, we have accumulated a vast range of software
and hardware tools to efficiently gather and analyze immense
datasets. Increasingly, industry is realizing that data
supported by rich mathematical models offers a potent combination
for more sophisticated design techniques that drive innovation." Excerpt
taken from "When Data Meets Math", Scientific
Computing & Instrumentation, July 2005.
For a complete listing of recent coverage, check out
the Reviews & Press
the Maplesoft Web site.