New Packages in Maple 12
For information on enhancements and improvements to existing packages, see Enhanced Packages in Maple 12.
This help page describes the following new packages.
The Bits package provides for efficient bit-wise operations in Maple. The underlying data structure for Bits is the integer. The package provides facilities for import and export type operations (splitting and joining), display, common queries, and bit-wise applied logic operations.
The CAD package provides the ability to communicate with CAD applications, allowing you to query and modify scalar values in a design. For more information on supported CAD applications see CAD.
The Database package provides methods which allow Maple to connect to an SQL database. This provides the ability to perform SQL queries and import the results into Maple. The results can be inspected manually or converted to Maple data structures. The Database package can also export data to the Database. In addition, the Database package provides Maplets to assist users unfamiliar with SQL with connecting to the database and executing queries.
The DynamicSystems package introduces an environment for creating, analyzing, simulating, and plotting linear time-invariant systems. For an overview of the various routines available in this package, see DynamicSystems.
The Security package provides a set of user-level routines for modifying and testing security settings in the Maple engine. For a detailed overview, see Security. For more information on the security features of the Maple engine, see Maple Engine Security.
Enhanced Packages in Maple 12
Index of New Maple 12 Features
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