MapleSim 6 Goes Social -
MaplePrimes.com learning center, smart document interface, ability to
develop, share comprehensive technical designs with others,
hardware-in-the-loop simulations, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Oct
1, 2013

MapleSim 6 Goes Heavy on Modelica Support - instant view shows
corresponding Modelica code for any subsystem/component, has ability to
deliver white box modeling platform, Beth Stackpole, Design News, Sep 6,
2012

Battery
Design is Charging Ahead - studying battery electric
vehicle, hybrid electric vehicle models using MapleSim, Paul
Goossens, Desktop Engineering, July 2, 2012

Maple
16 Makes Engineering Math Easier - increased
collaboration through cloud, smart popups, drag-to-solve
tool, improved ability to visualize data with plots, Peter
Varhol, Desktop Engineering, June 1, 2012

Math for Engineers: A Look at Mathcad Prime 2.0 and Maple 16 - collapsed
regions, 3D plots, symbolic math features in Mathcad; live data plots,
smart 2D plot view capability, new color schemes for visualizations, 3D
interpolation in Maple 16, Evan Yares, Design World, Apr 17, 2012

Maplesoft:
Play the
Number
Game on
iPad
- free
Maple player for iPad makes mathematical analyses much more accessible,
publishes mathematical formula as interactive document, Kenneth Wong's
Virtual Desktop, Nov 7, 2011

Maple and MapleSim Pack a 1-2 Punch -
Maple 15, MapleSim 5 help engineers build, test models of complex
designs precisely, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Aug 1, 2011

Maple 13, MapleSim 3 Boost Design Process - Maple 13 can carry out symbolic
calculations; MapleSim 3 creates functional, working model from equations, Peter
Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Mar 1, 2010

MapleSim 2 - 3D modeling, simulation system for dynamic analysis,
control design, optimization capabilities, uncluttered UI, Jeffrey Rowe,
Cadalyst, Oct 22, 2009

Maple 13
- front portal, task templates, solve, integration enhancements, tensor
package for differential geometry, satisfactory syntax extension, Felix
Grant, Scientific Computing World, Jun 1, 2009

MapleSim
- expanded library of components, central storage, management, export
repository for results, animated 3D enhancement, Felix Grant, Scientific
Computing World, Jun 4, 2009

MapleSim Helps Take the
Pain Out of Math - symbolic-based physical modeling tool represents system
graphically, handles complex physical modeling for virtual simulation, Laurent
Bernardin, Desktop Engineering, May 3, 2009

MapleSim Handles Multidomain Modeling and Simulation - advanced symbolic
computing engine with traditional numeric solvers, equations of model
automatically generated, physical modeling techniques, high speed, Margaret
Gurney, Desktop Engineering, Jan 21, 2009

Maple 11
- a high-end software for solving complex math, can recognize hand-written
equations, has new back-solver assistant, Maple Calculator, highly recommended
by Mike Hudspeth, Cadalyst, May 1, 2007

The Persistence of the No. 2 Pencil - hand calculations and calculators
still dominant despite availability of math software like Maple 10,
Mathematica 5.2, and Macsyma, Karen Auguston Field, Design News, August 4,
2006

Maple 10
- Symbol Writer for finding the desired symbol, live technical documents for
logical reasoning, units conversion and more functions at not-so-cheap price,
highly recommended by Mike Hudspeth, Cadalyst, July 21, 2006

Math Software's Arch Enemy: The Number 2 Pencil - Maplesoft's 2006
Survey reveals that most engineers use pencil and paper for math
calculations as math analysis software demands time to learn, Karen
Auguston Field, Design News, June 2006

Maple 10
- a WSYWIG math environment makes Maple 10 a powerful and easy-to-use tool,
Design News, March 20, 2006

Maple Gets an Extreme Makeover-
significant enhancements in new version, Maple 10, like the new interface, will
make the users to give a close look, Barry Simon, Desktop Engineering, June 2005

Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab: The 3M's Without the Tape - first of a
three-part series compares three of the most popular productivity tools for
scientific and engineering computation, Norman Chonacky and David Winch,
Computing in Science & Engineering, January/February 2005

T&M
Software Dons Analysis Hat - reviews of calculation tools, including
Matlab, Maple, Mathematica, Mathcad and MatrixX, Greg Wempe, Machine Design,
December 16, 2004

Mathematics Software Guide - a look at some general-purpose tools in the scientific and mathematical software, including MATLAB, MuPad, Mathematica, Maple, MathCAD and TK Solver, Barry Simon, DE Online July 2003

Math Software: Improving on a Good Thing - looks at the applications Maple 6 by Waterloo Maple and TK Solver by Universal Technical Systems, Barry Simon, Desktop Engineering, June 2000