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Don’t forget! Our Live Broadcast, “Eigenpairs” is happening tomorrow. Register here:
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It’s always nice to hear from a happy Maple customer! This recent post on MaplePrimes includes a note from a student that won a copy of Maple in a contest that we sponsored.
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Join us on June 30th for our live webinar, “Examples in Code Generation and Integration for HIL and SIL Applications”! This webinar will explore a number of examples in system level modeling and code generation for real-time applications for automotive, battery management systems (BMS), and multi-domain systems. Register here:
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Our next Live Broadcast event will be “Eigenpairs”! On June 25th, Dr. Robert Lopez will demonstrate how Maple can enhance the task of teaching the eigenpair concept, and will show how Maple bridges the gap between the concept and the algorithms by which students are expected to practice finding eigenpairs. All attendees of this webinar will be sent a complimentary Maplesoft poster. Details and registration here:
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This is an awesome post on MaplePrimes, our online user community, discussing how to use colorbars on 3D Maple plots. Read here:
The question of colorbars for plots comes up now and then. One particular theme involves creating an associated 2D plot as the colorbar, using the data within the given 3D plot. But the issue arises of how to easily display the pair together. I'll mention that Maple 2015.1 (the point-release ...
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Have you ever seen a robot play volleyball? Check out this MapleSim model of NAO rallying the ball!
NAO Robot Plays Volleyball. <p>In this model, MapleSim's multibody components are used to model Aldebaran's humanoid robot, NAO. NAO's left shoulder pitch joint is being actuated with a servomotor, powered by a lithium ion battery pack. The battery component comes from MapleSim&rsquo;s battery library which features both electrochemical and equivalent circuit representations. The robot plays volleyball, where the contact between volleyball, NAO's...
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Thanks to everyone involved in making the 2015 Maple T.A. User Summit a success! If you missed the summit, recordings of the presentations will be available on our website soon. See you next year!
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We are thrilled to see the success of the University of Waterloo’s Secondary School Online Courseware web site, which is powered by Maplesoft technology. Check out a great new blog post…
Only one semester after its launch, the University of Waterloo's new Grade 12 online math courseware is already being used by students and teachers in almost 90 countries - everywhere from Russia and China to the U.S. and Germany. “We are thrilled to see the rapid spread of our courseware, ...
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This recently released Maple book, “Learning Basic Macroeconomics: A Policy Perspective from Different Schools of Thought’, uses Maple to make teaching or learning economics more favorable. Maple is ideally suited for this because it allows users to assemble and systematically combine the various models that form the aggregate market model, frees users from doing tedious calculations and algebraic manipulations, and is as easy to use as Microsoft Word. Learn more and purchase the book here:
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This Wednesday, attend ``The Changing Face of Robotics: Advanced Modeling and Simulation Techniques for Multibody Robotic Systems”, a live Presentation from NASA Tech Briefs featuring speakers from Maplesoft! Register here: 
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Recently released Maple book, Introduction to Finite Element, Boundary Element, and Meshless Methods: With Applications to Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow provides the method of weighted residuals development of finite differences, finite volume, finite element, boundary element, and meshless methods along with 1D examples of each method. Examples of these methods are shown using Maple. Learn more about this book and purchase here:
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NAO can do Tai Chi too! Download this MapleSim model from our model gallery to see how to program NAO to walk and do Tai Chi.
NAO Robot does Tai Chi and Walks. <p>In this model, four contact points are modeled at each of NAO's feet, providing contact between NAO and the ground. The contact components were created as a Modelica custom component. The inputs of NAO&rsquo;s joints are specified through a 'Time Lookup Table' component inside the subsystem 'RefInputs'. Two standard motions for NAO were exported through Choreographe and can be selected in the 'Time Lookup Tabl...
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I began my experience with Maplesoft with the first academic year at the university, I loved it since the first application. We have used this program in general in mathematical applications, and graph theory; and I obtained the best results in all tests related to the Maplesoft Maplesoft language-level professional and very understandable so that each novice to use the program with some training and guidance.