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The author is a freelance trainer in Linux internals, Linux device drivers, embedded Linux and related topics. Prior to this, he had worked at Intel and Nvidia. He has been exploring Linux since 1994. A gold medallist from the Indian Institute of Science, Linux and knowledge-sharing are two of his many passions.
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Maxima is a powerful free and open source Computer Algebraic System (CAS) that is capable of combining symbolic, numerical and graphical entities. This is …

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We have been experimenting with Maxima, a powerful Computer Algebraic System (CAS) for quite a while now in this series of articles. Maxima is …

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In the final and 24th article in this series, the reader gets to play around with graphs using previously gained knowledge about the graphs …

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The focus now shifts from Maxima’s computation features to its capabilities in visualising graphs. In this article, the author discusses the drawing of graphs …

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This 22nd article in the series on mathematics through open source takes the reader into personal financial management. The author demonstrates how personal financial …

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Laplace transforms are integral mathematical transforms widely used in physics and engineering. In this 21st article in the series on mathematics in open source, …

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Maxima is a descendant of Macsyma, a breed of computer algebra systems, which was developed at MIT in the late 1960s. Owing to its …

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This 20th article in our series on Mathematics in Open Source showcases the list manipulations in Maxima, the programming language with an ALGOL-like syntax …

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This fifth article in the mathematical journey through open source introduces Octave, a non-programmer’s way of doing mathematics. Octave sounds like a musical note, …

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This third article in the mathematical journey through open source takes you through the functional power of the bench calculator. After going through basic …