[Maxima] Books or articles including Maxima code
LindnerW at t-online.de
Mon Apr 16 16:21:00 CDT 2007
Johann Weilharter <johnny.weilharter at sbg.at> privatly gave me a link to his homepage:
There you will find many resources regarding the use of wxMaxima especially for high
schools and colleges. I think it may be of interest not only for the German speaking
audience/ teachers/ students. Enjoy.
> Dear Maxima experts,
> there are very good free manuals and free tutorials available
> via the Maxima homepage.
> Most of these materials explain the 'general' use of Maxima functions.
> J.E.Villate's book (in Spanish) is the only free one I know
> that use Maxima to teach a special topic: 'Dynamicial
> systems'. A wonderful book with fine tuned Maxima code ..
> The only non-free book using Maxima and showing 'Maxima
> applications' I know is:
>  A. Ben-Israel, R. Gilbert: Computer-Supported Calculus.
> Springer: Wien 2002. ISBN 3-211-82924-5
>  M.Wester's book has some articles devoted to the use of
> I plan to use Maxima as companion for 'Calculus I' and
> 'Linear Algebra I' and a course called 'Algorithmic
> Mathematics' (including some parts of Graph Theory and
> Nonlinear Optimization; here Andrej Vodopivec graphs package
> is very welcome :-)).
> So here are my questions:
> Q: Are there other free or non-free texts/books to the topics
> above using Maxima?
> Q: Is there a list of publications where the use of Maxima is
> Does a bibtex-file exists gathering known publications
> 'using' Maxima?
> Q: same questions for Macsyma ..
> Any hints or links would be very welcome.
> HTH Wolfgang
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