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An mbook file is, in fact, a Maple document or a collection of Maple documents that you cannot change. You can interact with Embedded Components and Maplets, but you cannot enter your own commands to be executed in the MapleReader. It is not xml. It is essentially a zip file (of documents) converted into a database-type format. The documents include metadata that defines the table of contents in the Reader for file navigation (similar to the way Maple's help system works). So if you have multiple documents, you can put them in a logical order and have the navigation pane of the MapleReader organize them. It will not take in .mw files as inputs, they have to be in mbook format for its first incarnation. Right now, the only way to perform the conversion is by working with Maplesoft directly. We're looking at ways to make the conversion more automated in the future. So, it isn't a misnomer, in that a collection of Maple documents can be viewed/read in it, but in addition, the user can use the interactive components. This will eventually allow ebooks like the Mathematics Survival kit and Advanced Engineering Mathematics to be distributed independent of Maple. Naming it the MaplePlayer probably would have worked as well, but that would imply that all the mbook files have some sort of interactive component to them, which isn't always the case.
There's an article on the Maple Application Center with some examples on how to use the Maple-MATLAB link. Calling MATLAB Functions in Maple 10 This one is created in Maple 10, but there are others for earlier versions as well. MATLAB Link Application The MATLAB Link Either way, they should all work in Maple 9. As Georgios mentioned, this definitley isn't quite as elegant as the Maple Toolbox for MATLAB, but it may be sufficient for this specific task. Hope this helps! ~ Nina
There's an article on the Maple Application Center with some examples on how to use the Maple-MATLAB link. Calling MATLAB Functions in Maple 10 This one is created in Maple 10, but there are others for earlier versions as well. MATLAB Link Application The MATLAB Link Either way, they should all work in Maple 9. As Georgios mentioned, this definitley isn't quite as elegant as the Maple Toolbox for MATLAB, but it may be sufficient for this specific task. Hope this helps! ~ Nina
Hello Giacomo, If you would prefer to speak to someone in Italian, Maplesoft has a partner in Italy that may be able to help you solve your problem. I unfortunately don't have suggestions beyond what has been provided for you here, but the support representative at Teoresi may be able to walk you through the troubleshooting process. Here is the contact information: Italy Teoresi s.r.l. Via Perugia, 24, 10152 Torino, Italy Contact: Rosario Romano Phone: 39 011 240 80 00 • Fax: 39 011 240 80 24 Email: r.romano@teoresi.it • Internet: www.teoresi.it Let us know when the problem is solved. I am curious to know what caused this, or at the very least, how to help solve it if it occurs again. Cheers, Nina
Hello Giacomo, If you would prefer to speak to someone in Italian, Maplesoft has a partner in Italy that may be able to help you solve your problem. I unfortunately don't have suggestions beyond what has been provided for you here, but the support representative at Teoresi may be able to walk you through the troubleshooting process. Here is the contact information: Italy Teoresi s.r.l. Via Perugia, 24, 10152 Torino, Italy Contact: Rosario Romano Phone: 39 011 240 80 00 • Fax: 39 011 240 80 24 Email: r.romano@teoresi.it • Internet: www.teoresi.it Let us know when the problem is solved. I am curious to know what caused this, or at the very least, how to help solve it if it occurs again. Cheers, Nina
Pardon, Je n'ai pas verifie mon entree. Merci Stephen pour la correction. ~ Nina
Pardon, Je n'ai pas verifie mon entree. Merci Stephen pour la correction. ~ Nina
Hi Axel, I have added the missing files to the zip folder that can be downloaded from our Application Center. As I am not the original author, I cannot directly alter the contents of the application itself, but I can definitely provide this feedback to the author, and if they would like, they can update the worksheet. Along with the sobol.h file, there are some licensing and installation files that you can review. Thanks again for your input! Cheers, Nina
Hi Axel, We are currently working on an update of the files posted in the Application Center for "Pricing Arithmetic Average Asian Options" that should solve this problem. I will post a message once we are certain that it has been fixed. Thank you kindly for pointing this out to us! Nina
Thanks Will. I hope this helps the MaplePrimes members that are not currently using Maple 10. Thank you for bringing this to my attention JacquesC. It's much appreciated.
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