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Presented at the National University of Trujillo - CUICITI 2014.

IT Solutions for the Next Generation of Engineers

 

 

 

Descarga aqui los Slides de la presentación/mw CUICITI-2014

CUICITI_09102014.pdf

Soluciones_Informáticas_para_la_siguiente_generación_de_Ingenieros.mw

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Physics Pure

Computer Science

 

I work entitled Point Exeter made ​​for Fast VII workshop on applied and computational mathematics 2014 Trujillo Peru.

  Punto_de_Exeter.mw   (version in spanish)

Atte.

Lenin Araujo Castillo

Physics Pure

Computer Science

 

    A powerful approach to the teaching and learning of mathematics for students of science and engineering has been made practical through the development of powerful general mathematical software, of which Maple provides the least steep learning curve.  Accordingly, it is timely to produce an interactive electronic textbook that, for students of chemistry -- also biochemistry and chemical engineering, has as its objective in part I,
Mathematics for...

     I suppose that Maple 15 is now in the stage of beta testing, but I have not served as a beta tester for a few years.

     Those scientists and mathematicians who apply Maple in teaching mathematics, science and engineering or who use it in their research naturally wonder what will be in store in the next release to complement and to extend the features in preceding releases. 

     I have no...

I found the below text here :  scienceblogs.com/goodmath/2008/07/back_to_math_solving_zerosum_g.php

My question is how can I set up this problem in Maple ?!

The objective function should be: min(E(H1), E(H2), E(H3))
constraint:  Σpi=1, and ∀i: 0≤pi≤1.
solution: p1=0.57, p2=0.17, p3=0.26.

i have two quotes :

#1:

You confuse science with engineering, publication with patents. Intellectual property law does not recognize ownership of scientific truth. Your theory is true, or it isn't. You don't 'own' it. An apple does not need Isaac Newton's permission to fall to the ground. The primary protections for inventions are trade secret and patents. The primary protection for other intellectual property is copyright, and wise choices in how you use it and publish it.

Yesterday I attended a lecture by Fran Allen, as part of the "David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Distinguished Lecture Series".  Allen worked a IBM Research from 1957 to 2002, she was awarded the ACM's Turing Award in 2006.  Here is her biography from Wikipedia (let's hope it is accurate). 

Aside from some technical issues (why can't a room full of computer science professors and students successfully attach a laptop to a projector?) the talk was quite interesting.  There were two main sections, the first discussed Allen's career at IBM and the second was about the future of computer science.  Allen's work at IBM focused mostly on compilers and high performance computing.  She made a few interesting comments about the importance of high performance computing.  For example, one of the systems she worked on was designed and used to model the detonations of nuclear weapons.  The development of this system ended the need for the United Stated to perform actual test detonations.

please help me...as you read the subject of my   message you easy t think an idea what may you have..email me willing t help...

coz we are developing another sorting algorithm that claims that our algorithm is faater than quick sort algorithm in terms in numbers and characters..

 

please help  me to evaluate our new develop algorithm..

email me: abegail_228710@yahoo.com

looking forward yuor reply

i am asian woman, live in the philippines...and i am 22 years of age..student of computer science

There are two new posts over on the Maplesoft Blog:

Postcards from the road: Part 1 -- On rocket science

By Tom Lee

One of the greatest pleasures of my job is meeting users and learning first hand of their achievements (hopefully with our products). Last week was a particularly eventful week and a distinct highlight was a visit our friends at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) in Montréal.

I have a problem in cpu usage.
My PC: X86- Intel Core 2 duo 2.2GHz - WinXP-SP2-RAM 2GB FSB 1066

I believe that the basic language in which the Maplesoft writers

code Maple is Java.  That means that the programmers at Maplesoft

had to have written TONS of Java classes, such as LinearAlgebra,

with lots of methods, such as resultants and determinants.

I would think they would have posted these Java classes into the Java library

I believe that the basic language in which the Maplesoft writers

code Maple is Java.  That means that the programmers at Maplesoft

had to have written TONS of Java classes, such as LinearAlgebra,

with lots of methods, such as resultants and determinants.

I would think they would have posted these Java classes into the Java library

I have some background in computer science; which may help explain my interest in Maple. :) In my Computer Science studies; one thing we were required to do was to minimize boolean expressions. I found this to be extremely tedious; something that you really want the computer to do for you. At least; that is how I saw it. So, I always thought that I would write a program to do; what we were doing manually. The result is the following application: Minimize Boolean Expression Worksheet
This is to inform you that we are now shipping the newest version of Maple T.A. – Maple T.A. 3.0. Maple T.A. is an easy-to-use web-based system for creating tests and assignments, automatically assessing student responses and performance. It supports complex, free-form entry of mathematical equations and intelligent evaluation of responses, making it ideal for mathematics, science, or any course that requires mathematics. The new edition – Maple T.A. 3.0 – comes with increased flexibility in content creation, an enhanced user interface and improved grading and assessment capabilities
The Palais de la Découverte is a museum dedicated to the discovery of sciences. It covers a lot of topics, grouped into 4 areas:
  • Earth and the universe
  • Matter and energy
  • Mathematics
  • Life
A lot of life experiments are conducted, and the planetarium offers thematic sessions. It has its own scientific review (in french), called "la revue du palais de la découverte". The Palais de la Découverte is located near the "Grand Palais", mainly dedicated to fine arts.
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