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[v9.10] MATLAB – Multi-paradigm programming language and numerical computing environment

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MATLAB (short for Matrix Laboratory), Mathematica and Maple are collectively known as the three major commercial mathematics programs. MATLAB was developed by MathWorks in 1984, its performance in numerical calculation is second to none among all mathematical technology applications. As an advanced technology computing language and interactive environment, it is mainly used for algorithm development, data visualization, data analysis, numerical calculation, etc.

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[v2021.0, v2018.0, v2021.0] Maple – Essential tool for mathematics

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Maple is a general-purpose commercial computer algebra system (symbolic computing environment + numeric computing environment + multi-paradigm programming language) developed by Maplesoft (Waterloo Maple) from Canada in 1982. It is known as one of the three major mathematical software programs along with MATLAB and Mathematica, and its main competitor should be Mathematica

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