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An Upgrade You Won’t Want to Do Without: Maple 2018 for Education and Research

Length: 36 Minutes
Presenter: Daniel Skoog
Product: Maple

Okay, we get it. You love Maple, but some years you find yourself wondering if it’s worth the bother of upgrading. People use Maple to do many different things, so it’s inevitable that each new release will include some features you care about and some features you really don’t nee...

Maple Training for Engineers, Researchers and Scientists

Length: 35 Minutes
Presenter: Samir Khan
Product: Maple

This webinar offers a quick and easy way to learn some of the fundamental concepts for using Maple.

Exploring Engineering Fundamentals with Maple and MapleSim: Kinematics & Dynamics

Length: 26 Minutes
Presenter: Charlotte Blinston
Product: Maple,MapleSim

Engineering Fundamentals is designed to encouraged students to explore and prepares them with a solid foundation in fundamental principles and physical laws. By gaining problem solving skills and an understanding of the basics, students are on their way to becoming analytical, detail-oriented, and c...

Essentials of Tensor Calculus - Part 1

Length: 43 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

In a series of five webinars, Dr. Robert Lopez will present the essential ideas of the tensor calculus. The central concepts are contained in three sections: Preliminaries from Multivariate Calculus, Tensor Algebra, and Tensor Calculus. In this first webinar of the series, Dr. Lopez will begin a ...

Hollywood Math - Part 2: Superhero Physics

Length: 24 Minutes
Presenter: Charlotte Blinston
Product: Maple

When it comes to Hollywood, physics usually gets thrown out the window. From Iron Man’s outrageously sophisticated suit to Daredevil’s superhuman hearing, comic book movies are no exception, and many superheroes invalidate physics on a regular basis. Thor’s hammer, for example, see...

A Tale of Two Involutes

Length: 34 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

The evolute of a curve is a well-defined geometric object. The involute of a curve is described more colloquially in terms of a piece of string unwinding tautly from around the curve. The evolute is unique. The involute is actually a member of a family of curves that turn out to be curves parallel t...

How to Give Your Students Coding Experience with Maple

Length: 15 Minutes
Presenter: Daniel Skoog
Product: Maple

More and more, students are looking for coding experience even when they are not studying computer science. But in a post-secondary institution, how do you give your students the opportunities they need when they aren’t taking a programming course? And how to you do it in a way that supports t...

Applications in Image Processing

Length: 29 Minutes
Presenter: Samir Khan
Product: Maple

Maple is a remarkably flexible tool to use for analyzing and manipulating images. Maple’s interactive command-driven environment, document interface with inline images, and IDE features let you efficiently experiment with concepts in image processing. This webinar will introduce four image ...

Analytic Approximation for the Dirichlet Problem

Length: 39 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Robert Lopez
Product: Maple

The 1964 Benster translation of the Kantorovich and Krylov text "Approximate Methods of Higher Analysis" details a scheme for approximating the solution of boundary value problems for homogeneous elliptic equations on plane regions. One example (Laplace's equation on a square) is laboriously provide...

Teaching Statistics with Maple

Length: 32 Minutes
Presenter: Daniel Skoog
Product: Maple

For many years, technology has proved its usefulness in the mathematics classroom. Advances in symbolic computation and user interface design have resulted in tools that make it easy for instructors and students to explore concepts, experiment with ‘what if’ scenarios, visualize results,...