Computer Algebra System Maple
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D01ALM_EN  ZK  1P+1S  English 
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The goal is to make students familiar with basic mathematical tools provided by the computer algebra system (CAS) Maple. Course participants will acquire basic skills in applying Maple to solving mathematical and engineering problems.
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Differences between CAS and numerical software (Matlab, for instance). Maple core and packages. Maple worksheet and document modes; interaction with the user – palettes, context menu, line commands. Help system.
Basic terms and operations: variable, expression, function, procedure, symbolic manipulation with expressions and functions, differentiation, integration, loops, conditional execution, assumptions, etc.
Plots and animations, customizing plots (color, text, font, etc.), multiple plots. Exporting.
Advanced tools: solving ordinary differential equations, initial and boundary value, problems, linear algebra. Numerical calculation.
Course participants are expected to present one case study per student motivated by their research topic.
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