[Maxima] Maxima by Example Ch.6 Update
Juan Pablo Carbajal
carbajal at ifi.uzh.ch
Fri Oct 22 17:05:30 CDT 2010
All that looks excellent.
Where is this marvelous document?
Thank you very much.
On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 9:19 PM, Dieter Kaiser <drdieterkaiser at web.de> wrote:
> Am Freitag, den 22.10.2010, 10:35 -0700 schrieb Edwin Woollett:
>> Maxima by Example, Ch. 6, Differential Calculus Update.
>> The pdf file mbe6calc1.pdf has been extensively edited to
>> improve the presentation and the typography.
>> The batch files cylinder.mac and sphere.mac have been
>> edited to adapt to some changes in Maxima
>> The code file vcalc.mac and batch file vcalcdem.mac
>> are essentially unchanged.
>> Chapter 6: Differential Calculus, Files:
>> 1. --mbe6calc1.pdf : Oct. 21, 2010, Maxima 5.21.1, 54 pages
>> 2. --vcalc.mac : A Maxima package for Vector Calculus: Oct. 21, 2010,
>> Maxima 5.21.1
>> 3. --vcalcdem.mac : Batch File Illustrating vcalc.mac: Oct. 21, 2010,
>> Maxima 5.21.1
>> 4. --calc1code.txt : Copy and Paste Code: Oct. 21, 2010, Maxima 5.21.1
>> 5. --cylinder.mac : Cylindrical Coordinates Batch File Derivation:
>> Oct.21, 2010, Maxima 5.21.1
>> 6. --sphere.mac : Spherical Polar Coordinates Batch File Derivation:
>> Oct.21, 2010, Maxima 5.21.1,
>> (The sphere.mac curl derivation will not work with
>> ver. 5.22.1 due to a bug in that version)
>> Chapter 6 Sections:
>> 1. Differentiation of Explicit and Implicit Functions: diff and depends,
>> 2. Critical and Inflection Points of a Curve Defined by an Explicit
>> 3. Tangent and Normal of a Point of a Curve Defined by an Explicit Function,
>> 4. Maxima and Minima of a Function of Two Variables,
>> 5. Tangent and Normal of a Point of a Curve Defined by an Implicit Function,
>> 6. Limit Examples using Maxima's limit Function,
>> 7. Taylor and Laurent Series Expansions using Maxima's taylor Function,
>> 8. Vector Calculus Calculations using vcalc.mac,
>> 9. Maxima Derivation of Vector Calculus Formulas (Laplacian, Divergence,
>> Gradient, and Curl) in Cylindrical Coordinates,
>> 10. Maxima Derivation of Vector Calculus Formulas in Spherical Polar
> Thank you very much for your work. I should have a much closer look at
> all your examples. This would help me to avoid the introduction of bugs.
> Dieter Kaiser
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M. Sc. Juan Pablo Carbajal
University of Zürich
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