In this post I would like to kindly ask users of this package (if there are any) for a feedback. Please, add a comment to share your experience with FourierTrigSeries package (how do you use it) and suggest new features or report bugs.
To those who are interested:
New version of
package was released. This release fixes a bug in
package provides new data structure for the representation of trigonometric series and also several procedures to manipulate with trigonometric series and to compute Fourier series.
Visit the homepage
and see some examples. Try also the online Fourier series calculator.
I have just released the new version of the FourierTrigSeries
package. Some bugs were fixed and new procedures were added. This package provides new data structure for the representation of trigonometric series and also several procedures to manipulate with trigonometric series and to compute Fourier series.
Previous package name FourierSeries was changed to FourierTrigSeries to be distinguished from the FourierSeries package made by Wilhelm Werner.
Hello, I am trying to install Maple8 on Ubuntu Edgy. I managed to make Maple8 work on Ubuntu Dapper using this HowTo
. But after upgrade to Edgy Eft Maple does not work.
/usr/local/maple8/bin.IBM_INTEL_LINUX/mserver: relocation error: /usr/local/maple8/bin.IBM_INTEL_LINUX/libmaple.so: symbol errno, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file libc.so.6 with link time reference
karel@stazka:/usr/local/maple8/bin$ export LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.1
I am using Maple to solve some inequalities where the solution I get is a RealRange or a real constant. And I want to get an union of these values. I wrote a short procedure which does the work. But is there a better way to do this (there must be :-) )?
> RealRangeUnion:=proc(L::list) local L2, rel, rel2, eq, sol, x;
> assume(x, real);
> L2:=map(a->`if`(a::realcons, x = a, x in a), L);
> rel:=convert(L2, relation);
> rel2:=convert(Or(op(rel)), relation);
> end proc:
> L:=[RealRange(Open(-2),-1), RealRange(Open(0),1), RealRange(1/2,2), -3, -2];