Maplesoft announced a new release of Maple, the mathematical software that makes it easy to analyze, explore, visualize, and solve math problems. Maple 2019 includes improvements to its mathematical engine for both core routines and specialized tools. The release also provides advances to the Maple programming language, more education tools, new visualizations, and other improvements for the mathematicians, educators, students, engineers, and scientists who use it.
–Hundreds of improvements to core functionality, such as solving equations, integration, factoring, and differential equations
–Increasing the ease in finding symbolic solutions to partial differential equations, including new methods that solve new classes of problems, more flexibility in choosing the methods to try, and improved simplification of the results
–Significant work to strengthen, consolidate, and polish Maple’s support for tensor computations, with support for classical and quantum mechanics, special and general relativity, and standard tensor notation for input and output
–More group theory tools for constructing, computing with, and visualizing more groups, along with significant performance improvements
–More signal processing, including new algorithms, manipulation tools, and visualization techniques
–A comprehensive, easy-to-use environment for the parallel computation of the electronic energies and properties of molecules, available in the new add-on product, the Maple Quantum Chemistry Toolbox from RDMChem
Maple 2019 also includes a variety of improvements in other areas, such as enhancements to the Maple programming language that help customers write more efficient code, a redesigned start page that makes it even easier for new users to become productive quickly, new visualizations for analyzing data, and additional interactive Math Apps that support teaching and learning key concepts of computer science.