Author: Jason C Leach
Posted: 05/10/2000 08:05:31 GDT
>> From: "Jason C. Leach"
I'm just curious about two things. In Unix (perhaps Win/Mac) what exactly
is 'lks'? The numerical engine?
And secondly, does any one else find that lks leaves lots of zombie
11486 jleach 0 0 0 0 0 Z 0 0.0 0.0 0:00 lks
I have one zombie lks for every 'Server' I have used. For example each
new work sheet I open has 'Server n+1' in the title bar, where n was the
number of the last server. I don't seem to remember Maple 6.0 doing this.
I am using Maple 6.01, on Linux. It's not a big problem since a zombie
takes up no system resources really. Has anyone else noticed this under
Linux w/ Maple 6.01.
..... Jason C. Leach
... University College of the Cariboo.
"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