ISBN-10:
0387983988
ISBN-13:
9780387983981
Pub. Date:
12/12/1997
Publisher:
Springer New York
Maple V Programming Guide: for Release 5 / Edition 3

Maple V Programming Guide: for Release 5 / Edition 3

by Waterloo Maple Incorporated

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ISBN-13: 9780387983981
Publisher: Springer New York
Publication date: 12/12/1997
Edition description: 3rd ed. 1998
Pages: 379
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction.- 1.1 Getting Started.- Locals and Globals.- Inputs, Parameters, Arguments.- 1.2 Basic Programming Constructs.- The Assignment Statement.- The for Loop.- The Conditional Statement.- The while Loop.- Modularization.- Recursive Procedures.- Exercise.- 1.3 Basic Data Structures.- Exercise.- Exercise.- A MEMBER Procedure.- Exercise.- Binary Search.- Exercises.- Plotting the Roots of a Polynomial.- 1.4 Computing with Formulae.- The Height of a Polynomial.- Exercise.- The Chebyshev Polynomials, Tn(x).- Exercise.- Integration by Parts.- Exercise.- Computing with Symbolic Parameters.- Exercise.- 2. Fundamentals.- 2.1 Evaluation Rules.- Parameters.- Local Variables.- Global Variables.- Exceptions.- 2.2 Nested Procedures.- Local or Global?.- The Quick-Sort Algorithm.- Creating a Uniform Random Number Generator.- 2.3 Types.- Types that Modify Evaluation Rules.- Structured Types.- Type Matching.- 2.4 Choosing a Data Structure: Connected Graphs.- Exercises.- 2.5 Remember Tables.- The remember Option.- Adding Entries Explicitly.- Removing Entries from a Remember Table.- 2.6 Conclusion.- 3. Advanced Programming.- 3.1 Procedures Which Return Procedures.- Creating a Newton Iteration.- A Shift Operator.- 3.2 When Local Variables Leave Home.- Creating the Cartesian Product of a Sequence of Sets.- Exercises.- 3.3 Interactive Input.- Reading Strings from the Terminal.- Reading Expressions from the Terminal.- Converting Strings to Expressions.- 3.4 Extending Maple.- Defining New Types.- Exercises.- Neutral Operators.- Exercise.- Extending Certain Commands.- 3.5 Writing Your Own Packages.- Package Initialization.- Making Your Own Library.- 3.6 Conclusion.- 4. The Maple Language.- 4.1 Language Elements.- The Character Set.- Tokens.- Token Separators.- 4.2 Escape Characters.- 4.3 Statements.- The Assignment Statement.- Unassignment: Clearing a Name.- The Selection Statement.- The Repetition Statement.- The read and save Statements.- 4.4 Expressions.- Expression Trees: Internal Representation.- The Types and Operands of Integers, Strings, Indexed Names, and Concatenations.- Fractions and Rational Numbers.- Floating-Point (Decimal) Numbers.- Complex Numerical Constants.- Labels.- Sequences.- Sets and Lists.- Functions.- The Arithmetic Operators.- Non-Commutative Multiplication.- The Composition Operators.- The Ditto Operators.- The Factorial Operator.- The mod Operator.- The Neutral Operators.- Relations and Logical Operators.- Arrays and Tables.- Series.- Ranges.- Unevaluated Expressions.- Constants.- Structured Types.- 4.5 Useful Looping Constructs.- The map, select, and remove Commands.- The zip Command.- The seq, add, and mul Commands.- 4.6 Substitution.- 4.7 Conclusion.- 5. Procedures.- 5.1 Procedure Definitions.- Mapping Notation.- Unnamed Procedures and Their Combinations.- Procedure Simplification.- 5.2 Parameter Passing.- Declared Parameters.- The Sequence of Arguments.- 5.3 Local and Global Variables.- Evaluation of Local Variables.- 5.4 Procedure Options and the Description Field.- Options.- The Description Field.- 5.5 The Value Returned by a Procedure.- Assigning Values to Parameters.- Explicit Returns.- Error Returns.- Trapping Errors.- Returning Unevaluated.- Exercise.- 5.6 The Procedure Object.- Last Name Evaluation.- The Type and Operands of a Procedure.- Saving and Retrieving Procedures.- 5.7 Explorations.- Exercises.- 5.8 Conclusion.- 6. Debugging Maple Programs.- 6.1 A Tutorial Example.- 6.2 Invoking the Debugger.- Displaying the Statements of a Procedure.- Breakpoints.- Watchpoints.- Error Watchpoints.- 6.3 Examining and Changing the State of the System.- 6.4 Controlling Execution.- 6.5 Restrictions.- 7. Numerical Programming in Maple.- 7.1 The Basics of evalf.- 7.2 Hardware Floating-Point Numbers.- Newton Iterations.- Computing with Arrays of Numbers.- 7.3 Floating-Point Models in Maple.- Software Floats.- Hardware Floats.- Roundoff Error.- 7.4 Extending the evalf Command.- Defining Your Own Constants.- Defining Your Own Functions.- 7.5 Using the Matlab Package.- 7.6 Conclusion.- 8. Programming with Maple Graphics.- 8.1 Basic Plot Functions.- 8.2 Programming with Plotting Library Functions.- Plotting a Loop.- A Ribbon Plot Procedure.- 8.3 Maple’s Plotting Data Structures.- The PLOT Data Structure.- A Sum Plot.- The PLOT3D Data Structure.- 8.4 Programming with Plot Data Structures.- Writing Graphic Primitives.- Plotting Gears.- Polygon Meshes.- 8.5 Programming with the plottools Package.- A Pie Chart.- A Dropshadow Procedure.- Creating a Tiling.- A Smith Chart.- Modifying Polygon Meshes.- 8.6 Example: Vector Field Plots.- 8.7 Generating Grids of Points.- 8.8 Animation.- 8.9 Programming with Color.- Generating Color Tables.- Adding Color Information to Plots.- Creating A Chess Board Plot.- 8.10 Conclusion.- 9. Input and Output.- 9.1 A Tutorial Example.- 9.2 File Types and Modes.- Buffered Files versus Unbuffered Files.- Text Files versus Binary Files.- Read Mode versus Write Mode.- The default and terminal Files.- 9.3 File Descriptors versus File Names.- 9.4 File Manipulation Commands.- Opening and Closing Files.- Position Determination and Adjustment.- Detecting the End of a File.- Determining File Status.- Removing Files.- 9.5 Input Commands.- Reading Text Lines from a File.- Reading Arbitrary Bytes from a File.- Formatted Input.- Reading Maple Statements.- Reading Tabular Data.- 9.6 Output Commands.- Configuring Output Parameters using the interface Command.- One-Dimensional Expression Output.- Two-Dimensional Expression Output.- Writing Maple Strings to a File.- Writing Arbitrary Bytes to a File.- Formatted Output.- Writing Tabular Data.- Flushing a Buffered File.- Redirecting the default Output Stream.- 9.7 Conversion Commands.- C or FORTRAN Generation.- LATEX or eqn Generation.- Conversion between Strings and Lists of Integers.- Parsing Maple Expressions and Statements.- Formatted Conversion to and from Strings.- 9.8 A Detailed Example.- 9.9 Notes to C Programmers.- 9.10 Conclusion.

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