Math software adds features
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada - Maple 7, mathematical computational software, now features added support for web connections and new differential equation solvers. Supported platforms include Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and UNIX. Other enhancements include complete units and dimensions management, as well as a huge resource of hundreds of free application-specific examples, demonstrations, and 'head starts' at putting the software to good use that are available at www.mapleapps.com. The software touts resources to help users, who might be rusty at textbook skills, to visualize and explore mathematical concepts, develop application tools, and share mathematical information and documents on the web.