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Please attach your MapleSim file for us to check.

Your pages seem quite elaborated, really a shame it is all in Russian.

Thank you acer, I forwarded your input to the questioner from a different forum:

http://www.matheplanet.de/matheplanet/nuke/html/viewtopic.php?topic=165282

Thank you acer, I forwarded your input to the questioner from a different forum:

http://www.matheplanet.de/matheplanet/nuke/html/viewtopic.php?topic=165282

Why do you think that this forum is the right place for asking something about a particular pocket calculator?

ok, so this trafo is not applicable here, thanks for the hint.

ok, so this trafo is not applicable here, thanks for the hint.

Thanks for sharing this, Samir. So, multi-threading can be used effectively with this kind of task. Those pics look decent, finally something above the usual 3D valleys with plot3d. But there is surely even more possible with Maple. 

Great to see an expert like Robert having lots of time for Maple at hand. A first suggestion: A picture google search for "3D fractals" shows really impressive plots, this should be possible do do with Maple. I'm wondering if for those demanding computations multi threading and/or CUDA support can be used.

write fsolve instead of solve for a numerical solution.

write fsolve instead of solve for a numerical solution.

Additionally, it would be useful if there would be a way to execute custom defined Maple prodedures in Excel, not just a few Maple commands that fit into a single line. Any ideas ?

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