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File size: 66.516MB
Platform: Window all
Price: FREE
Publisher: Rene Grothmann

Euler Math Toolbox 12.8 description

Euler Math Toolbox 12.8 is launched to be a convenient as well as professional software written and maintained by R. Grothmann, associate professor of mathematics at the University of Eichstätt.

Major Features:

1. Main Features:
• Nice and simple interface with fully editable command window,
• Export to html and various graphic formats,
• Fast numerical kernel with exact and interval arithmetic,
• Easy to use symbolic expressions and functions,
• Full maxima interface,
• Extensive help and user support.
2. Euler language:
• Interactive program with a syntax similar to matlab,
• Numerical mathematics with real numbers and complex numbers,
• Interval arithmetic,
• Vectors and matrices of real, complex, or interval numbers,
• Flexible and rich matrix language,
• Intelligent operator expansion for matrices and vectors,
• Matrix product, powers, inverse etc.,
• Support for large, sparse matrices,
• Strings and vectors of strings,
• Functions for string manipulation,
• Evaluation of expressions stored in strings,
• Exact scalar product and residuum calculation,
• Exact solutions of linear systems,
• Data type for sparse matrices,
3. Programming language:
• In the style of a modern basic dialect,
• Multiple function results,
• One-line functions for simple functions,
• Parameters by value or reference,
• Default values for parameters,
• Type checking for parameters,
• Extra parameters,
• External files with euler commands and function definitions.
4. Numerical functions:
• Newton, bisection, secant methods using functions or expressions,
• Newton interval method in one or several variables,
• Broyden, newton, nelder-mead method for functions in several variables,
• Runge, heun and adaptive runge method for differential equations,
• Bauhuber method for roots of polynomials,
• Polynomial interpolation and spline interpolation,
• Polynomial and linear fit, singular value fit,
• Simplex algorithm,
• Integer branch and bound algorithm,
• Conjugate gradient and gauß-seidel for sparse matrices,
• Residuum iteration for exact solutions,
• Guaranteed interval solutions,
• Fft and two dimensional fft,
• Singular value decomposition,
• Eigenvalue and eigenspace,
• Jacobi method,
• Remez algorithm,
• Quicksort algorithm,
• Many more algorithms implemented in the euler language.
5. Symbolical mathematics:
• Symbolic variables,
• Option to start in maxima mode with euler as a maxima interface,
• Easy exchange of results between maxima and euler,
• Gnuplot included,
• Euler functions can use maxima,
• Maxima can be called at compile time of euler functions,
• Many algorithms in euler using maxima, e.g. The newton method,
• Euler strings can be easily parsed by maxima before they are used in euler,
• Numerical variables can be defined both in euler and maxima,
• Expressions in euler strings can easily be used in maxima commands.
6. Graphics:
• 2d graphics with several line styles, all colors, or points.
• Axis labels and titles,
• Annotations and labels,
• Plots only valid function values,
• Bar plots or distribution plots,
• 3d graphics with hidden lines, vanishing point projection,
• Surface contour lines and shading,
• 3d anaglyph output for red/cyan,
• Point clouds, 3d paths,
• Implicit plots in two and three variables,
• User can turn or zoom in,
• Direction plots for differential equations,
• Resizable graphics window,
• Exports to png, svg, eps or the clipboard,
• Png export and notebook images optionally with anti-aliasing.
7. Statistics:
• Random variables, with normal, uniform or integer distribution,
• Normal, f- and t-distribution and inverse distributions,
• Binomial distribution and inverse distribution,
• Statistical tests,
• Beta- and gamma-functions, complex gamma function,
• Interval counting,
• Distribution plots.
8. Interface:
• Notebook style interface with editable commands,
• Free copy and paste,
• Saves in text format,
• Current graphics can be included in the notebook,
• Export to html,
• Status line help, help command, list command,
• Documentation in pdf format for euler and maxima,
• Configuration in file or registry,
• Euler home file in user directory,
• Support for installation on sticks or networks.
Enhancements:
• Matlab:
• Added a comparison between Matlab and Euler to assist users coming from Matlab.
• Euler Pages:
• Changed the look of the Euler pages. Formatted output now stands out on gray background.
• Anonymous functions:
• New anonymous functions. These functions are expressions in strings with other parameters than x, y, z.
• It is preferred to use functions instead of these constructions. However, this syntax may sometimes be useful. The syntax does not work in symbolic expressions.
• Fixes:
• Errors in the examples (thanks to Radovan).
• Turned off Maxima printing in &expression (e.g. the tex command). Use printing Maxima functions from :.

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