The book represents a library of well-designed software, which well supplements the already available Maple software with the orientation towards the widest circle of the Maple users, greatly enhancing its usability and effectiveness. The current library version contains tools (more than 570 procedures and program modules) that are oriented onto wide enough spheres of computing and information processing. The library is structurally similar to the main Maple library and is supplied with the advanced Help system about the tools located in it. In addition, the library is logically connected with the main Maple library, providing access to the tools contained in it similarly to the package tools. The library will be of special interest above all to those who use Maple of releases 6 - 9.5 not only as a highly intellectual calculator but also as environment for programming of different problems in own professional activities. The represented source codes of the library tools, using both the effective and the non-standard technique, can serve as an useful enough practical programming guide on the Maple language.
Professor Aladjev V. was born on June 14, 1942 in the town Grodno (Byelorussia). Now, he is the First vice-president of the International Academy of Noosphere and the president of Tallinn Research Group, whose scientific results have received international recognition, first, in the field of mathematical theory of Cellular Automata (CA). He is member of a series of Russian and International Academies. Aladjev V. is the author of more than 300 scientific publications, including 60 books, published in many countries. He participates as a member of the organizing committee and/or a guest lecturer in many international scientific forums in mathematics and cybernetics.
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The Maple library described in the book contains well-designed software that supplements the already available Maple software with the orientation towards the widest circle of the Maple users, greatly enhancing its usability and effectiveness. Our experience reveals that use of the library provides more opportunities of Maple of releases 6, 7, 8 or 9, simplifying the programming of various practical problems in its environment. The library will be of undoubted interest for many Maple users.