By Andrea Tallent
Maple, a specialist in mathematical and analytical software, has
recently introduced Maple 7--the latest version of its mathematical
problem-solving software. Maple 7 provides both the environment
and support resources to allow users to visualize and explore
mathematical concepts, develop application tools, and share mathematical
information and documents on the Web. New features of Maple 7
include a range of new mathematical algorithms in areas such as
differential equations and numerical computation, and enhanced
Web connectivity, including comprehensive MathML 2.0 support,
XML support and TCP/IP sockets-based access to online information.
Other features of Maple 7 include a growing suite of free add-on
packages and applications available online through The Maple Application
Center at http://www.mapleapps.com.
information on Waterloo Maple and the new Maple 7, visit their
Web site at http://www.maplesoft.com.
To request a reviewer's copy of Maple 7, contact Sofia Savvidis,
Sales Coordinator, at 800-267-6583 ext. 259 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technology in Numerical Simulations
Inc. has introduced FEMLAB 2.1, the latest software package in
the FEMLAB series. FEMLAB software specializes in modeling and
analysis for virtual prototyping of physical phenomena. This version
provides a new Chemical Engineering Module in addition to new
features and functionalities including an advanced graphical user
interface that supports post processing of integrals over domains
and boundaries. Other features of FEMLAB 2.1 include associative
geometries in the 3D solid modeler and powerful visualization
capabilities such as transparency, which allows the user to see
through surfaces. FEMLAB 2.1 and FEMLAB Chemical Engineering Module
run under Windows 95/98/2000/ME, NT 4.0, Mac-intosh System 7.1.
model virtually any physical phenomena an engineer or scientist
can describe with partial differential equations including heat
transfer, fluid flow, electromagnetics and structural mechanics.
Specifically, FEMLAB supports the integration of problems from
information, visit its Web site at http://www.femlab.com.
Contact David Kan, district sales manager, at 310-689-7250 or
through e-mail at email@example.com.