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References to algorithms or functions can often be very useful. References for Maple algorithms usually appear in the documented library code.
You can also find several help pages that contain reference information. For example, intrefs is a help page about the techniques that are used in the Maple integrator.
Within packages, one reference help page usually suffices for all of the package functions. For example, DifferentialGeometry[References].
For information about how to reference Maple products, see author.
author, dsolve/references, funcrefs, intrefs, numericrefs, polyrefs, Sockets/references, Units/references
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