CAS command question

01082017, 08:26 PM
(This post was last modified: 01082017 08:43 PM by DrD.)
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RE: CAS command question
(01082017 04:17 PM)compsystems Wrote: About MatLab, start as a numerical engine, then business the symbolic engine of MAPLE, then buy MuPAD, Now we say that MatLab has two numerical and symbolic motors, for this reason it is already considered a CAS. wxMaxima is open source and free download. It is quite a versatile system, which you may find useful: http://andrejv.github.io/wxmaxima/ Or Google: "wxMaxima" Another VERY useful open source program, (similar to Matlab) is Scilab. With it you can do computation AND simulation, great for engineers, scientists, and hobbyists: http://www.scilab.org/ If you have fun with the hp prime, you will love Scilab with simulation for hardware. Tons of Matlab programs are adaptable to Scilab, and lots of them work directly. If you are a hardware buff, things like the Arduino, or PLC devices (for control and monitoring) applications are it's strength. If you already are familiar with these programs, you most likely agree. If not, and want to broaden the depth of your knowledge and breadth of your abilities ... give these free programs a try. The hp prime is a great sidekick, especially for Scilab and Arduino applications. 

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