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Mathematics Software Solves Big Data Problems
Software tools can help engineers make sense of rapidly expanding data sets.
MapleMBSE Makes MBSE Accessible
New product helps engineers create, maintain, validate efficiently, with fewer errors.
Editor’s Picks for June 15-21, 2017
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Maple 2017 Boosts Mathematical Power, Visualizations
New version of Maple expands functionality further with easy sharing of user-written packages
Editor’s Picks for May 25-31, 2017
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Editor’s Picks for April 20-26, 2017
One of these picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Maplesoft, University of Waterloo Enter Education Partnership
The organizations are creating an all-new, interactive portal for STEM education activities.
A Case for Merging System Modeling and Finite Element Analysis
Math Tools for IoT: At the Edge and Beyond
Cut smart-product development time with targeted math software.
Maplesoft Launches MapleSim Pneumatics Library
Engineers can choose from over 100 components to integrate into MapleSim.
Maplesoft Adds MapleSim CAD Toolbox
Users can import Inventor, NX and SOLIDWORKS files for multidomain analysis.
System-level Optimization
Optimization technology offers great benefit when used early in product development.
Creating Life-like Robots
MapleSim provides the advanced solvers that can tackle the difficult equations used to develop Byrun's motion algorithms.
Mainstreaming Math Tools for Engineers
How the connected community helps make the complex simple.
MapleSim Models Now Available to LABCAR Users
The models can be integrated into hardware-in-the-loop testing.



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