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Maple V Release 5


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Maple_V_Release_5.sit (16.64 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
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Maple_V_Release_5.0.2.sit (2.31 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
Maple_V_Release_Brochure.pdf
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Maple V Release 5 is a powerful interactive computer algebra system that provides a complete mathematical environment for the manipulation of symbolic algebraic expressions, arbitrary-precision numerics, both two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphics, and programming.

Maple V is used worldwide by educators, scientists, engineers, researchers, and students in the physical sciences, business management, economics, finance, and engineering. Specific applications include VLSI design, robotics, laser design, and brain research.

Maple V's extensive library features over 2,700 functions that are used in many scientific and engineering applications. Maple V is available for a wide range of computer systems.
Maple V Release 5

List of New Features of Maple V Release 5:

• Export to HTML Makes Web Publishing Easier than Ever!
Publishing technical papers on the web is easier than ever before with Maple V’s export to HTML feature. With a few simple clicks of the mouse you can export Maple V worksheets quickly and easily to HTML files.

• MATLAB Link for Maximum Flexibility
The MATLAB link* integrates your Maple V worksheets with the MATLAB environment, letting you execute familiar MATLAB commands from inside Maple V! This link offers greater flexibility, allowing you to communicate directly with the MATLAB engine and get results within Maple V so you can solve a wider class of numeric and modeling applications.

• Spreadsheet Functionality
You can create a spreadsheet* within Maple V to capture both spreadsheet functionality and the symbolic power of Maple V. For example, you can create a column of symbolic expressions and calculate their integrals in the next column, evaluate an entire spreadsheet or easily create a matrix by dragging and dropping the spreadsheet elements into your Maple worksheet.

• Enhanced Graphical User Interface
An intuitive graphical user interface makes Maple V the undisputed leader for usability and flexibility among mathematical packages. Maple V is designed as a worksheet-based environment—the most efficient way to perform complex computations and provide an innovative document-processing environment.

• Context-Sensitive Menus
Context-sensitive menus in Maple V guide you through mathematical operations and make style and plot attribute changes easy. Simply click on an expression and Maple V will bring up a menu of operations you can apply to that expression.

• “Point and Click”
The “point and click” palette provides an intuitive way to enter expressions. From integrals to matrices, the palette provides two-dimensional templates directly in the Maple worksheet. A built-in expression editor offers you a fast way to alter expressions and enter Maple commands.

• “Drag and Drop”
Maple V’s new drag and drop feature lets you easily move or copy expressions within a worksheet. This feature also makes it easier than ever to plot graphs— simply drag and drop an expression into a plot window to create the corresponding plot*.

• More Mathematical Functionality than Ever Before!
Improvements have been added to Release 5 so that you can solve a wider class of problems than ever before. Newly improved capabilities include integral transforms, elliptic integration, differential equation tools, combinatorial structures, Groebner bases, and statistical plotting. Improvements have also been made to the 3-D geometry package, and the plotting tools package now includes an export to VRML feature.

Maple V Release 5 - List of New Features

The 1st download is Maple V Release 5.
The 2nd download is Maple V Release 5.0.2.
The manual link is a brochure for Maple V Release 5.

See also: Maple V Release 4, Maple 7.0.1.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC

Windows
• Intel 486DX, Pentium processor or 486SX with added FPU
• Windows 3.1x/95 or Windows NT 3.5x or higher
• 8 MB RAM
• 32 MB hard disk space

Macintosh
• 68030 processor or higher
• Macintosh System 7.1 or higher
• 12 MB RAM (8 MB RAM + 4 MB for the command line version)
• 30-35 MB hard disk space

Power Macintosh
• PowerPC 601 processor or higher
• Macintosh System 7.1 or higher
• 12 MB RAM (8 MB RAM + 4 MB for the command line version)
• 30-35 MB hard disk space

Linux
• Intel 486DX, Pentium or Pentium Pro processor
• Linux 2.0.0 or higher with ELF support
• X11R6 or higher for X11 interface
• 16 MB RAM
• 24 MB hard disk space

Solaris/x86
• Intel 486DX, Pentium or Pentium Pro processor
• Solaris/x86 2.5 or higher
• 16 MB RAM
• 24 MB hard disk space

Solaris SPARC
• all SPARC processors
• Solaris 2.4 or higher
• 32 MB RAM
• 24 MB hard disk space

HP/9000
• all PA-RISC processors
• HP-UX 9.x, 10.x or higher
• 32 MB RAM
• 25 MB hard disk space

IBM RS/6000
• all RS/6000 processors
• IBM AIX 4.x or higher
• 32 MB RAM
• 24 MB hard disk space

Silicon Graphics
• MIPS R 3000 processor or higher
• SGI IRIX 5.3x or higher
• 32 MB RAM
• 25 MB hard disk space

(See also: Maple V Release 5 - Minimum System Requirements)

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by Kitchen2010 - 2015, August 18 - 1:41pm

I have added Maple V Release 5 from MacsRUS's archive.