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Unformatted text preview: torial functions, including commands for calculating permutations and combinations of lists, and partitions of integers. (Use the combstruct package instead, where possible.) combstruct commands for generating and counting combinatorial structures, as well as determining generating function equations for such counting. context tools for building and modifying contextsensitive menus in the Maple graphical user interface (for example, when rightclicking an output expression). 4.2 The Maple Packages • 83 CurveFitting commands that support curveﬁtting. DEtools tools for manipulating, solving, and plotting systems of diﬀerential equations, phase portraits, and ﬁeld plots. diffalg commands for manipulating systems of diﬀerential polynomial equations (ODEs or PDEs). difforms commands for handling diﬀerential forms; for problems in differential geometry. Domains commands to create domains of computation ; supports computing with polynomials, matrices, and series over number rings, ﬁnite ﬁelds, polynomial rings, and matrix rings. ExternalCalling commands that link to external functions. finance commands for ﬁnancial computations. FileTools commands for ﬁle manipulation. Contains two subpackages: Text for manipulating text ﬁles and Binary for working with ﬁles of binary data. GaussInt commands for working with Gaussian Integers; that is, numbers of the form a + bI where a and b are integers. Commands for ﬁnding GCDs, factoring, and primality testing. genfunc commands for manipulating rational generating functions. geom3d commands for threedimensional Euclidean geometry; to deﬁne and manipulate points, lines, planes, triangles, spheres, polyhedra, etcetera, in three dimensions. geometry commands for twodimensional Euclidean geometry; to deﬁne and manipulate points, lines, triangles, and circles in two dimensions. Groebner commands for Gr¨bner basis computations; in particular tools o for Ore algebras and Dmodules. group commands for working with permutation groups and ﬁnitelypresented groups. inttrans commands for working with integral transforms and their inverses. LibraryTools commands for library manipulation and processing. 84 • Chapter 4: Maple Organization liesymm commands for characterizing the contact symmetries of systems of partial diﬀerential equations. LinearAlgebra enhanced linear algebra commands for creating special types of Matrices, calculating with large numeric Matrices, and performing Matrix algebra. LinearFunctionalSystems commands that solve linear functional systems with polynomial coeﬃcients, ﬁnd the universal denominator of a rational solution, and transform a matrix recurrence system into an equivalent system with a nonsingular leading or trailing matrix. ListTools commands that manipulate lists. LREtools commands for manipulating, plotting, and solving linear recurrence equations. Maplets package commands for creating windows, dialogs, and other visual interfaces that interact with a user to provide the power of Maple. MathML commands that import and export Maple expressions to...
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2012 for the course MATH 1100 taught by Professor Nil during the Spring '12 term at National University of Singapore.
 Spring '12
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