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I got a big problem with one kind of integral function. Now, I am using Maple 8 or Maple 11 to get some results from my research topic. However, when I took three times integral like :

f:= Int(exp(-t^2),t = 0 .. infinity)+Int(Int(2*Int(.1*exp(-.25*(u-s-k)^2)*exp(-(-.5*u-.5*s-.5*k+t)^2)*exp(.25*(u-s-k)^2)*exp(-.1*k),k = 0 .. u-s)*exp(-u^2)*u,u = s .. t),t = 0 .. infinity);

After that, I try to draw the grahp of the above equation.

plot(f,s=0..1);

Hi everybody.

 

I'm using Maple these days to generate C code. More precisely, I use Maple to calculate high order derivatives. For example, I know that :

dt( u(x,t) ) = a(x) * dx( u(x,t) ) + b(x) * dx( p(x,t) )

dt( p(x,t) ) = c(x) * dx( p(x,t) ) + d(x) * dx( u(x,t) )

and I ask Maple to calculate the 5th time-derivative of u using these 2 properties. But in fact, I use 8 variables instead of 2 and PDEs are far more complicated.

Finally, I get thanks to Maple expressions of time-derivatives for my 8 variables.

 

Hi can anyone help me with this error please.

I don't knw wot it means or how to solve it:

Error, (in fprintf) integer expected for integer format
 

I gt the error for this line of code:
 

printf("No Roots Between The Interval %d \n",[a,b]);

I got an expression f:=R^3/(z^2+R^2)^(3/2); and would like to plot f as a function of (z/R), not z. Here R is a parameter. Could someone give me a hand?

Hi, I'm traying to maje a double integrate of P(A(t+Deltat),A(t)) , the first one in in untion of dA(t) and the second one is in fuction of dA(t+ DeltaT). How can I indicate in Maple Deltat?  Is it possible to integrate in function of A(t)?

All variables are constant, except A(t) and A(t + Deltat),

> F:=proc()

generally the function having zero points or poles with non-integer order such as f(z) = (z-a)^(1.5+i0.3) must be dealt with on appropriate Riemann surface. In the following link I tried to extend the argument principle for such functions on a single sheet of Riemann surface and got a formula similar to that of ordinary argument principle. Using that formula the winding number of f(z) = (z-a)^(1.5+i0.3) around the origin is expressed as 1.5+i0.3.