The Maple User Group (MUG) was an electronic mailing list designed to give users of the Maple analytical computation software system an opportunity to discuss applications, problems and issues with other users. There were over 1000 readers and contributors world-wide. The Maple User Group was moderated by a member of the Symbolic Computation Group at the University of Waterloo in Canada but has been inactive for a number of years.
Adept Scientific has archived and indexed all postings to the list and will continue to house the archive for the benefit of Maple users looking for technical tips and other information. Use the search box below to explore the archive and find the information you need about Maple.
"Without the Maple software, we would have to spend weeks generating the equations of motion for every experiment. Then the chances that we did it right would basically be near zero. There would always be a mistake somewhere. It is very difficult to set up a dynamic motion model by hand." - Jean-Claude PiedBeouf, Ph.D Manager of Robotics, Canadian Space Agency
"Its very good - highly accurate and easy to use. The speed of Maple allows me to change equations and quickly reintegrate them into the application, so more possibilities can be explored to achieve the precise effect desired." Shawn Neely, Senior R & D Director for PDI/Dreamworks