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MapleNet

The perfect choice for deploying live technical knowledge and applications over the Web

MapleNet for enterprise-wide solution deployment
Maple has long been the environment of choice for engineers and scientists who need powerful technology to solve complex problems and to capture and manage the underlying knowledge. But for large enterprises, solving the problem is often the easy part; the greater challenge is to deploy the solution to the people who can benefit from it.

That’s where MapleNet comes in.

Share technical knowledge with anyone, anywhere
Powered by the renowned Maple technology, MapleNet allows you to embed dynamic formulas, mathematical models, plots and animations as live knowledge within a standard Web browser.

Gone are the days of static reports and charts. With MapleNet, your colleagues, clients, and peers can run the computations in your technical analyses live over the Web, without needing any extra software or plug-ins on their machines, including Maple.

Scenario: An investment bank in New York writes a Maple program for pricing an option it has designed. The bank deploys it as a MapleNet application for its international branches to run using market data from their own


Deliver powerful computations through the Maple Document, and custom user interfaces.

Deliver powerful computations through the Maple Document…
Technical documents created in Maple can be easily published as MapleNet applications, and are backed by the Maple math engine, bolstering your analyses with the world's most powerful numerical solvers and intelligent symbolic computation.

• With over 3,000 high-level mathematical functions, MapleNet applications soar above standard VB applications and Java™ applets, which are limited to arithmetic operations and hand-coded algorithms.
• With Maple, tasks like optimization, control simulations, and signal processing are no longer expensive add-on packages; they are built-in tools right on your desktop - and you can make them freely available through Maple documents on your web pages.

… and custom user interfaces
Powerful computation doesn't compromise elegance. MapleNet also allows you to create your own user interfaces and applications using other development tools, including JSP, .NET, Perl, and PHP.  


Users don’t need expertise in your field to benefit from your MapleNet applications; MapleNet lets you determine the user interface and the level of detail to show.


Manage technical knowledge.

A key success factor for any engineering and scientific undertaking is the generation and dissemination of technical knowledge. However, capturing that knowledge in a reusable form has been a major challenge and it is only in this decade that efficient tools have emerged to manage that knowledge across companies with thousands of employees, and along lengthy supply chains.
Scenario: An engineering consultant develops an algorithm in Maple for computing the required dimensions and materials for the supports of a bridge, given the load, wind and temperatures the bridge will have to sustain. The consultant deploys the algorithm as a MapleNet application, which their client can run over the Web without needing to understand the theory behind the algorithm or to install the application in-house.

MapleNet is such a tool:

• New employees from different offices can be trained on your company’s methods, applications, and designs.
• Your enterprise can archive designs and problem solutions as MapleNet Web pages in a single knowledge base, enabling efficient, enterprise-wide peer review.
• Supported by MapleNet’s distributed computing across multiple servers, large numbers of users can run a MapleNet application at the same time without tying up server resources.

Scenario: A research physicist derives a new model for the orbit of a particle near a black hole. He puts the model on his home page as a Maplet application driven by MapleNet. His colleagues, students, and the referees for the journal to which he has submitted his results can visit his home page and see what the model would predict under any set of conditions