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Maplesoft has been an industry leader in advanced mathematical technology for 25 years.
So when a full new version of their flagship Maple software is launched onto the market, it's big news - and not just for dedicated mathematicians.
That's because today's Maple is the most comprehensive software tool around.
Anyone who uses math in their work - engineers, scientists, programmers and more - can use new Maple 10 to solve complex mathematical problems to an unmatched degree of accuracy and precision, while at the same time creating full technical documents that communicate and illustrate their results and the thinking behind the analysis.
So what's new in this latest version of Maple? For a start, there's a new built-in statistics package that supports a wide range of statistical modelling, calculation and plotting tools.
These include quantitative and graphical data analysis, symbolic manipulation of random variables, simulation and curve fitting.
You can even generate Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts.
Maple's renowned differential equation solvers have been brought right up to date with sophisticated new special functions that provide solutions to many types of linear and nonlinear differential equations previously considered unsolvable.
Then there's support for integer linear programming, a choice of solver methods, automatic plotting of objective function and constraints in the Optimization assistant.
Add to these a wealth of improvements and additions, including numerical differentiation, fractional and abstract order derivatives, polynomial ideas and hardware computations using complex numbers.