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Maple 12

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Maplesoft has released the latest version of Maple, the company’s tool to solve complex mathematical problems and create rich technical documents.

Maple 12 introduces a range of new tools built on Maple’s fundamental technology platform of smart documents, powerful mathematics, and seamless connectivity to the engineering design toolchain.

One of the most significant features of this release is the direct connectivity between Maple 12 and popular CAD systems such as SolidWorks and Autodesk Inventor. CAD users will now be able to deploy powerful mathematical capabilities to dramatically extend the range of analysis on CAD models. Based on major industry trends and extensive consultation with its user base, the product also offers new ways to develop sophisticated mathematical models faster and more accurately.

A new collection of Dynamic Systems modelling tools essential in dynamic modelling, control design, and signal processing is another important addition to the new release. These tools will add convenient frequency domain analysis, state space analysis, and more to Maple’s mathematical tool set.