John May

Dr. John May

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12 years, 75 days
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Pasadena, California, United States

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I am a Senior Developer in the Mathematical Software Group and have been with Maplesoft since 2007. I am also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo.

I have a Ph.D in Mathematics from North Carolina State University as well as Masters and Bachelors degrees from the University of Oregon. I have been working on research in computational mathematics since 1997.

My main research interests in are computational linear and polynomial algebra, especially numerical polynomial algebra. I currently work on the exact algebraic solvers as well as other subsystems of Maple.

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The first notation y:=t-> defines y as a function so you can use the notation y(x), y(t) , etc. Just writing y:= defines y as a regular variable whose value is the expression on the right hand side of the assignment.
You'll want to do a: with(IntegrationTools); before that or IntegrationTools[Change] of course.
I use Maple mode for vim and find it very useful. Recently, I was wondering how I could get syntax highlighting into my command line file viewer (more or less) and happened upon this nice trick for repurposing vim into a pager. Having "less" with syntax highlighting is nice.
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