Title | Author | Comments |
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Maple V Learning Guide | K.M. Heal, M.L. Hansen, and K.M. Rickard | Excellent place to start; from the developers for Maple V R4 |

Introduction to Maple | Andre Heck | Older edition, but one of the best introductions for mathematicians |

The Maple Handbook; Maple V R4 | Redfern | Excellent alternative reference (encyclopedic) to the libraries |

Maple V Programming Guide | M.B. Monagan, K.O. Geddes, G. Labahn and S. Vorkoetter | Excellent programming reference; from the developers for Maple V R4 |

The Mathematica Book | Wolfram | 3rd Edition Mathematica Version 3 |

Mathematica 3.0 Standard Addon Packages | Wolfram | 1996 |

Mathematica Graphics | Tom Wickham-Jones | Telos, 1994 for Mathematica 2.2 |

Linear Algebra with Maple | William Bauldry, Benny Evans, and Jerry Johnson | 1995 |

Maple V Language Reference Manual | Bruce W. Char, Keith O. Geddes, Gaston H. Gonnet, Benton L. leong, MichalB. Monagan, and Stephen M. Watt | Old, but an excellent reference on the underlying programming
language and data structure syntax. |

Maple Talk | Steven G. Adams | Interesting discussion of a number of subtleties |

Essential Maple, An Introduction for Scientific Programmers | Robert M. Corless | Concise interesting treatment |

Solving Problems in Scientific Computing using Maple and MATLAB | Walter Gander and Jiri Hrebicek | Interesting moderate to advanced problems tyng both systems together |

Differential Equations with MAPLE V | Martha L. Abell and James P. Braselton | A treatment of traditional topics. |

Partial Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems with MAPLE V | George Aotiicola | 1998 |

Last Update: * September 17, 1998*