Stupid question maybe, but how can you hide output of a for loop? The usual : does not work here...
Thanks for your help.
Imagine you have to solve the following problem.
However, we can not see ex ante that all the x's are the same. So, I would like to differentiate to xi and equal the derivative to zero. So, I should have xi in function of the other x's. I hope anyone can see what I mean and I beg you to answer me because this is very important for me. Thanks a lot.
suppose you have the following function which gives 1 if both its arguments are even:
G := (i,j) -> if is(i,even) and is(j,even) then 1; else 0; end if;
Then what is the difference between these two statements:
sum( sum( G(i,j), i=0..5 ), j=0..5 );
add( add( G(i,j), i=0..5 ), j=0..5 );
The first one gives 0 and no sum is actually computed (you can see this by adding print(i) and print(j) statements in the body of G). The second one gives the correct result, namely 9.
How come i is not replaced in sum?
-- Thanks for any reply,
How do i plot a bunch of 3D data sets. If it were just one set i could use pointplot3d i suppose.
> l1 := [[1,2,2],[3,4,2],[1,5,6],[7,8,9]];
> l2 := [[1,2,2.5],[3,4,2],[1,5,6],[7,8,9]];
> plots[pointplot3d]([l1,l2], axes=boxed, labels=[x, y, z],
> connect=true); #DOESNT WORK
More exactly i want to plot the data sets (11 rows each) pasted below.
1.000000000000 1.000000000000 .571428571400
2.000000000000 1.000000000000 .139941691000
3.000000000000 1.000000000000 .068542869040
4.000000000000 1.000000000000 .041965021860
5.000000000000 1.000000000000 .028776014990
I was wondering if anyone was familiar with an easy way to embed or hide information into a Maple worksheet (Classic worksheet or Maple 9/9.5 standard worksheet, NOT a Maple 10 standard worksheet)?
I want to be able to be able to have something equivalent to a checksum. We are producing Maple worksheets as homework for students, and I want to have something that the sudent cannot easily change to make sure that he or she is not submitting a friend's homework.
I'm having a bit of trouble graphing the following:
f'''(x) + f(x)*f''(x) = 0
f(0)=f'(0)=0 and f'(infinity)=1
My specific problem is that I can't set f'(0)=0 and f'(infinity)=1
I am trying to solve (numerically) the following system of differential equations using dsolve (Maple 9):
DGLS:=seq(seq(diff(B[i,k](t),t)=add(add(W(j,l,i,k)*B[j,l](t)-W(i,k,j,l)*B[i,k](t),l=1..N),j=1..N),k=1..N),i=1..N); The problem is posed by the coefficients W(i,k,j,l). I want to make the W(i,j,k,l) dependent on the unknown functions B[i,k](t). For that purpose I wrote a Maple program W := proc(i::integer, k::integer, j::integer, l::integer) which calculates a "transition probability" Wtrans. If Wtrans does not depend on the B[j,l] (e.g. Wtrans:=1/N^2;), everything works nice. However, if I try to use the B[i,k] somehow (e.g. if NKrit_jl > B[j,l] then Wtrans := 0.5 fi;), then error messages from the procedure W result like "Error, invalid terms in product".
When you try to differentiate a Maple expression with respect to one of the constituents (of expression) which is not simple atomic symbol, Maple could not perform operation, e.g.
> diff( sin(x(t)), x(t));
Error, invalid input: diff received x(t), which is not valid for its 2nd argument
. One solution to handle this problem is described in book (Maple book Chap.12
)of Walter Ganz (Walter Ganz
). In his trick structured symbol is temporarily replaced (via substitution) with a local variable, differentiation is performed with respect to local variable and finally local variable is replaced with original structured symbol.
Suppose you want to sort a list L ( of numbers ) and also determine order of elements as a list of indices corresponding to elements of original list L, that is, you want such a integer list "I" that
to be equivalent to sorted list. This functionality is present in MATLAB in
"[B,IX] = sort(...)"
syntax and i come up with this problem while trying to convert a MATLAB function (GaussQuadratureWeights
) to maple. The procedure described resolves problem using a few MAPLE commands including MAPLE's built-in sort function.
What is an efficient, robust, way to extract an integer coefficient from a single term? My first thought was using lcoeff, however, it doesn't work if the term contains constants (say Pi) or floats. Currently I'm using patmatch,
icoeff := proc(t)
return `if`(patmatch(t, k::'nonunit'(integer)*x::anything,kx)
map(icoeff, [0, 1, -3.0, -3, -0., 3.0*Pi, 4*Pi, -12/5*I]);
[0, 1, 1, -3, 1, 1, 4, 1]
One of my friends told me that Maple used in Linux(SUSE) is unstable,^_^，what he said may be wrong.I need more information about these,Anyone has even used maple in Linux(SUSE)? Can you tell me the difference of maple using in between Linux(SUSE) and Linux(RedHat)? I want to install maple V10 in SuperComputer Center for parallel computing.
A colleague is trying to evaluate some contour integrals numerically using evalf(Int(f,t=0..1)). Unfortunately f involves square and higher roots and Maple is getting an incorrect answer because it is not choosing the branch for these roots continuously through the range of integration.
Apparantly Mathematica has an option in numerical integration which forces a continuous choice of branch for the integrand. Is there any reasonably simple way to achieve the same with Maple?
I am trying to do a 3d plot from 3 datapoints from a text file. I have the file DATA with 4000 data points in the following format:
-1 -1 2
-1 -0.976522 2
-1 -0.952609 2
-1 -0.915507 2
Where columns respectivly are the x, y, and z values that I want plotted. I figured that this command should plot the points:
listplot3d(readdata("DATA",3), axes=boxed, labels=[x, y, z]);
I do get a graph here, but instead of plotting the points x, y, z, I get the x value correspoindng to the line number, a y value that seems to be the value of the y column + 2, and the actual z value that I want. So, my question is, how do I just plot the three values that I am inputting?
I have a lot of programs made by fortran77, can i use this programs under maple10?