I am trying to evaluate:
sin(pi*n)/(pi*n) assuming n::integer
Maple returns 0.
It seems to me that it really should not evaluate since it does not know if n=0 (where the correct result is 1) or not.
If it does evaluate, it should evaluate to a dirac function at n=0.
I am trying to create a multi-linear procedure with a memory (remember).
I would like the function to implement (x,y)-> int(int(x*y),t=0..tf),tf=0..T)
where x and y would normally be functions of t.
I don't seem to be able to figure out how make this happen.
The above function is effectively an inner product. I would like to calculate the inner product for the basis functions and remember their values. This will speed up my future computations drastically.
If I just define the function without the multilinear property, the function does recognize the linear combinations with the remember. That is if I compute f(a,c) and f(b,c), the lookup table does not know how to process f(a+b,c). It should just equal f(a,c)+f(b,c).
I am interested in making the assumption T<><><><><>
Can someone please explain the difference between "has" and "depends"?
Can you give an example of where they are different?
I was wondering if there is a way to use Document Components or Maplet Elements from Java?
Is there a file that has the library for these components?
I use the Netbeans environment, has anyone set up that environment to use Maple libraries?