Stay Up-to-Date with the Latest Updates to the Maple Physics Package
Maple offers the most comprehensive software support available for physics research and education, and work is on-going to continue to expand Maple’s capabilities. Maplesoft is constantly improving and expanding the Maple Physics package, researching and implementing new algorithms and techniques to support all aspects of algebraic computations in physics.
The Physics project at Maplesoft is led by Dr. Edgardo Cheb-Terrab, who also coordinates the Maple Physics Research Network, a group of researchers from around the world that participate by providing ideas and feedback.
The current version of Maple includes the latest official release of Physics, and improvements are ongoing. You can take advantage of this ongoing work by downloading the research version of Physics as it is updated with improvements, fixes, and the very latest new developments. Please note that this research version may contain some experimental elements that will not be included in subsequent official releases.
Download the research version of Physics
Files updated on October 1, 2013
- Physics.zip (1.04 MB)
This is the Maple 18 version of the physics research package. It includes the physics library file, a Maple document for trying the changes, and installation instructions.
- Physics-61.3.mla.zip (2.85 MB)
This is the final update for Maple 17, on March 18.
Note: A research version of the Special Functions package is also available.
Your feedback is greatly appreciated
User feedback contributes directly to improvements to the Physics package and we welcome your comments, questions and suggestions. There are multiple ways to contact us:
Ask a question or post a suggestion on MaplePrimes
MaplePrimes is the Maplesoft user community and is the best way to make a public suggestion and to engage users as well as the development team at Maplesoft. Tip: use the tag Physics when writing specifically about this package.
Submit a Software Change Request
Use this form to provide us with a suggestion for an improvement.
Contact us directly
Maplesoft’s Physics research team can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
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