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Maple (Definition)

Maple is a computer algebra system produced by Maplesoft. The first version, developed by the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, came out in 1981. The most recent version is 10.0. The program is named for a popular Canadian tree.

Like Mathematica, Maple has its own field in the On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences.

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Cross-references: On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, field, Mathematica, tree, computer algebra system
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This is version 1 of Maple, born on 2006-10-31.
Object id is 8500, canonical name is Maple.
Accessed 247 times total.

AMS MSC68W30 (Computer science :: Algorithms :: Symbolic computation and algebraic computation)

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