Syrup is a package for symbolically solving electric circuits.
It can read a standard SPICE deck and return symbolic expressions
for the node voltages and branch currents. It can perform AC, DC,
and transient analyses. There are currently three versions for R3,
R4, and R5.
- SYRUP 5.01, for Release 5
New features include:
- user installable subcircuit libraries
- support for custom elements
- support for nonlinear capacitors and inductors
- node voltages and element currents are now indexed
- printdeck utility for viewing flattened deck
Included in the distribution are help pages and a dvi file of the typeset source code.
To install the package you need to modify the install.txt file and read it into a
- SYRUP 4, for Release 4
If you are using R4.0 or R4.0a, please install the 4.0b patch that is freely
available from WMI's website.
- SYRUP 3.21, for Release 3
Scheme is a companion package to Syrup. It permits a simplified method
for entering simple circuits using extended ladder networks. It can also
draw the circuit.
- SCHEME for Release 4
- SCHEME 1.00 for Release 3
Manifold is a package for evaluating integrals and differential forms over
manifolds embedded in an n-dimensional Euclidean space. It has a compact
syntax that approximates standard math notation. It can also plot
manifolds in 2 and 3 dimensions.
- Manifold v 4.00 (for Release 4)
Pathint is a package for evaluating line integrals in an n-dimensional
Euclidean space. It has been essentially superceded by manifold.
- PATHINT for Release 4
- PATHINT for Release 3
MKS is a package for converting units and simplifying units.
It also knows many physical constants.
IEEE is a package for converting Maple numbers to and from IEEE binary floating
point (IEEE 754).
A Clifford Algebra package permitting computations with an interior product defined by
a quadratic form or an abitrary bilinear form. Features include symbolic evaluation of
transcendental expressions of Clifford polynomials and a solver for equations of
- glyph 5.02 for Maple V Release 5
A package describing how to work with Maple libraries, update packages, and
related topics. There are two versions available, an ascii file written for
R3, and help pages that can be installed for R4.
- Administering Maple V Release 3
- Administering Maple Release 4, v 1.3
Undoc is a set of R4 help pages that explain some of the undocumented commands
available in R4.
Joe Riel is an electrical engineer in San Diego, California.
He writes Maple packages in his spare time to use as tools for his job
or to study a field of mathematics or physics.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org concerning any of
these packages or visit his website containing further information and packages for Maple V at
Original file location: http://www.math.utsa.edu/mirrors/maple/mpljsr.htm