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Newsletter for August 2009

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MapleNet 13 Now Available!

MapleNet 13 makes it easy for programmers and non-programmers alike to provide rich mathematical content and sophisticated plots in interactive applications and web content. MapleNet also provides a standard web services application programming interface (API), making the computational power of Maple™ available everywhere you are connected -- on a web site, desktop computer, or mobile device.

Web content that requires use of static plots and mathematical expressions, such as those often found in technical reports or course notes, can now be created easily by including a special hyperlink to MapleNet in the web page. No web programming knowledge or tools are required. MapleNet will automatically generate and display an image of the mathematical expression or plot in the web page.

MapleNet 13 uses the most powerful and extensive mathematical engine available to perform its computations. Maple 13, the newest release of the world-renowned technical computing software, includes enhancements to its mathematical and plotting abilities that provide additional power and increased performance to MapleNet users.

To learn more about MapleNet 13, click here.




Maplesoft Blog Posts

Find out what's happening at the heart of Maplesoft, and provide your comments and feedback to the Maplesoft experts.
Postcard from the road: Zen and the art of vacations
About three weeks ago a long time friend of mine and I set out on motorcycles to one of the more scenic and culturally significant places in Canada – the Eastern provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island – the Maritimes. Read More>>

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Tips & Techniques
MapleSim Tips and Techniques: Generating Parameterized Transfer Functions from Plant Models in MapleSim
Author: Maplesoft

Visit Tips & Techniques on the Maplesoft website for more applications.


Application Center Highlights
Normality for Empirical Stock Returns
Author: Marcus Davidsson
Bull and Bear Market Cross Correlation
Author: Marcus Davidsson
To access the Maplesoft Application Center, click here.

Maplesoft Webinar Series

Control System Design with Maple & MapleSim
Tuesday, September 8, 2009 2:00 pm ET.


In MapleSim, Maplesoft’s new high-performance multi-domain modeling and simulation tool, systems are described in a compact and intuitive component diagram, making them easier to build and understand. You can mix physical components from multiple domains with traditional, signal-flow blocks, allowing you to build both plant models and controller prototypes in one environment. With the cutting-edge physical modeling techniques in MapleSim, you simply re-create the system diagram on the screen and the equations of the model are automatically generated.

MapleSim gives direct access to the complete Maple 13 system, including its intuitive user interface, technical documentation tools, extensive library of algorithms, and its new Dynamic Systems package, a collection of analytic and graphing tools for linear time-invariant systems, essential in control systems development.

From simple and intuitive model entry to insightful and complex analysis, this webinar will illustrate how these tools allow you to assess the stability, controllability and sensitivity of your control system designs.

For further details or to enroll in a Webinar please click here.

Missed a Webinar? Check out our recorded Webinar section where you can browse and view recordings of past Webinars.

Maplesoft In The Press

Here are some highlights of this past month press coverage.

Modeling and simulation tool
Physics Today , August 2, 2009

“Multibody mechanisms are automatically rendered as ball-and-stick 3D models for easy visualization of the system topology. ”

Maple 13
Scientific Computing, July 27, 2009

“ Maple 13, technical computing software designed for engineers, mathematicians, and scientists, features 3-D plotting facilities, advanced solvers, and tools to support every stage of the solution development process.”

Maple 13 and MapleSim 2 Language Editions Announced
Desktop Engineering , July 22, 2009

“Maplesoft’s recently released products MapleSim 2 and Maple 13 are now available in several languages. These products are based on Maplesoft’s core technologies, which include its symbolic computation engine and physical modeling techniques.”


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Maplesoft Events


ASME 2009 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences (IDETC)
August 30, 2009 - September 2, 2009
San Diego, California

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