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Calling Sequence

Description

List of MTM Package Commands

Notes

Examples

Calling Sequence

MTM[command](arguments)

command(arguments)

Description

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The MTM package is a collection of Maple commands to support the Maple Toolbox.

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The commands in the MTM package are useful by themselves inside Maple without MATLAB®. Some of the commands are relatively simple front ends to the standard Maple commands. For instance, MTM[sin] is the same as sin, except that MTM[sin](A) will map over the elements of A when A is an array.   Other commands, such as MTM[vertcat], offer new functionality: vertcat provides an easy way to combine arrays.

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All commands in this package work with table-based sparse arrays as well as rtable-based dense Arrays in addition to scalar values and symbolic expressions.

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Boolean-valued functions in this package typically operate with 1 and 0 as the true/false values.

List of MTM Package Commands

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The following is a list of commands available in the MTM package:

abs

array_dims

bessel

ccode

ceil

coeffs

collect

colspace

compose

conj

cosint

ctranspose

det

diag

diff

digits

dirac

disp

double

dsolve

eig

ElementwiseAnd

ElementwiseNot

ElementwiseOr

end

eq

erf

exp

expand

expm

ezcontour

ezmesh

ezmeshc

ezplot

ezplot3

ezpolar

ezsurf

ezsurfc

factor

findsym

finverse

fix

floor

fortran

fourier

frac

gamma

gcd

ge

gt

heaviside

horner

horzcat

hypergeom

ifourier

ilaplace

imag

int

integer

inv

isreal

iztrans

jacobian

jordan

lambertw

laplace

latex

lcm

ldivide

le

limit

log

log10

log2

lt

Map

mfun

Minus

mldivide

Mod

mpower

mrdivide

mtimes

ne

null

numden

numel

plus

poly

poly2sym

power

procread

prod

quorem

rank

rdivide

real

round

rref

simple

simplify

single

sinint

size

solve

sort

sqrt

struct

subs

subsasgn

subsref

sum

svd

sym2poly

symsum

taylor

times

transpose

trigonometry

tril

triu

vertcat

vpa

zeta

Zip

ztrans

 

 

Notes

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Since the MTM package uses names that are the same as many top-level Maple commands, users should be careful after executing with(MTM). Some commands inside MTM behave differently or accept a different calling sequence than the top-level commands of the same name.  

Examples

AArray1,2,3

A:=123

(1)

BArray4,5,6

B:=456

(2)

CMTM[vertcat]A,B

C:=123456

(3)

r1MTM[sin]C

r1:=sin1sin2sin3sin4sin5sin6

(4)

r2MTM[cos]MTM[plus]C,3π2

r2:=sin1sin2sin3sin4sin5sin6

(5)

MTM[eq]r1,r2

111111

(6)

MTM[double]r1

0.8414709848078970.9092974268256820.1411200080598670.7568024953079280.9589242746631380.279415498198926

(7)

See Also

MapleToolboxInstallation

Matlab

trademark

 


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