Yiannis Galidakis

Yiannis Galidakis

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Agricultural University of Athens
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Hi everyone,

Consider the following worksheet (Maple 13):

Euler.mw

 (or as a Google Drive link)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzr3EyK8arkOUkZPcEE5b0NySVU/view?usp=sharing

Choose execute entire worksheet on both Maple 13 and Maple 18.

Maple 13 is blindingly fast at 40 seconds, entire wroksheet upon completion

Maple 18 crawls and hangs forever.

 

Can anyone recognise what the problem with Maple 18 is?

Running on a two core 1.7GHz AMD Athlon.

 

Many thanks

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Yiannis

Has there been any progress with new commands for Maple 13 that allow one to auto-resize the plotting grid?

I am generating fractals with Maple 13 and resizing the plot output grid manually is not an option because it distorts it. Neither is the option to resize it once and recalculate, because the final grid contains many points.

Any pre-processing or massaging code prior to executing the main code is very welcome (if it can be done).

Many thanks,

Yiannis

Hi everyone,

 

I am using the following code (by dr. Corless) to animate a Riemann surface:

 

restart;
with(plots);
B := 1.5;
u2 := r*cos(th); v2 := r*sin(th);
w1 := u1+I*v1; w2 := u2+I*v2;
z1 := evalc(w1^2); z2 := evalc(w2^2);
x1 := evalc(Re(z1)); x2 := evalc(Re(z2));
y1 := evalc(Im(z1)); y2 := evalc(Im(z2));
f1 := proc (theta) options operator, arrow; plot3d([-x1, -y1, v1], u1 = -6 .. 1, v1 = -B .. B, grid = [50, 50], orientation = [theta, 80], color = u1) end proc;
f2 := proc (theta) options operator, arrow; plot3d([-x2, -y2, v2], r = 1 .. 1, th = -Pi .. Pi, grid = [50, 50], orientation = [theta, 80], color = black) end proc;
display(seq([f1(10*k), f2(10*k)], k = -17 .. 18), insequence = true, axes = box, view = [-1 .. 1, -1 .. 1, -B .. B]);

f1 is the Riemann surface and f2 is the winding curve.

The animation works fine on the individual plots, i.e. when I do:

display(seq(f1(10*k), k = -17 .. 18), insequence = true, axes = box, view = [-1 .. 1, -1 .. 1, -B .. B]);

or

display(seq(f2(10*k), k = -17 .. 18), insequence = true, axes = box, view = [-1 .. 1, -1 .. 1, -B .. B]);

but with both f's (as in my modification)  the animation does not combine correctly the two plots and shows them separately. Is there any way I can combine the plots so that display produces a smooth animation with each rotated frame containing its winding curve?

 

Many thanks,

Yiannis

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