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These are replies submitted by Preben Alsholm

@mattfred I rather doubt that you can get NextZero without upgrading. But there are other ways of finding zeros.

Maple 11 and later...

@mattfred NextZero was not part of RootFinding in Maple 10, but was included in Maple 11 and later.

Maple 11 and later...

@mattfred NextZero was not part of RootFinding in Maple 10, but was included in Maple 11 and later.

y and z evaluate to the local x~...

@Alejandro Jakubi I notice that in your (interesting!) version y and z evaluate to the local x~﻿, although it doesn't show up in your comment.

y and z evaluate to the local x~...

@Alejandro Jakubi I notice that in your (interesting!) version y and z evaluate to the local x~﻿, although it doesn't show up in your comment.

A slight change...

@acer

Changing eval(L) to eval(L,2) keeps the assignment of z to y:

RemoveAllAssumptions:=proc() local A,Ls,L,Lc,indx;
Ls:=map(convert,[anames('user')],string);
L:=ListTools:-Enumerate([anames('user')]);
Lc:=select(hastype,eval(L,2),`local`);
if Lc=[] then NULL
else
indx:=map2(op,1,Lc);
A:=[seq(Ls[i],i=indx)];
unassign(op(map(parse,A)));
end if
end proc:
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A slight change...

@acer

Changing eval(L) to eval(L,2) keeps the assignment of z to y:

RemoveAllAssumptions:=proc() local A,Ls,L,Lc,indx;
Ls:=map(convert,[anames('user')],string);
L:=ListTools:-Enumerate([anames('user')]);
Lc:=select(hastype,eval(L,2),`local`);
if Lc=[] then NULL
else
indx:=map2(op,1,Lc);
A:=[seq(Ls[i],i=indx)];
unassign(op(map(parse,A)));
end if
end proc:
﻿

What is k(x)?

Too hasty...

@brian abraham It seems that I also still have problems. No clue why it worked several times yesterday.

I tried in Classic Worksheet Maple 14 a couple of times. There I saw no problem (using the original code). So it may be a Java problem.

Too hasty...

@brian abraham It seems that I also still have problems. No clue why it worked several times yesterday.

I tried in Classic Worksheet Maple 14 a couple of times. There I saw no problem (using the original code). So it may be a Java problem.

Only appears to work...

@hirnyk If you ask for values (when x(0)=1, D(x)(0)=0) you get

> sol(.1);
Error, (in sol) cannot evaluate the solution past the initial point, problem may be complex, initially singular or improperly set up

Only appears to work...

@hirnyk If you ask for values (when x(0)=1, D(x)(0)=0) you get

> sol(.1);
Error, (in sol) cannot evaluate the solution past the initial point, problem may be complex, initially singular or improperly set up

No problem...

I didn't experience any problem when trying your code.

Maple 14.01 Standard interface, Windows XP.

Undocumented?...

Algebraic:-RecursiveDensePolynomials seems to be undocumented. No help available?

Undocumented?...

Algebraic:-RecursiveDensePolynomials seems to be undocumented. No help available?

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