CASA Function: ssiPlot
Plots the intersection of two surfaces using hybrid symbolicnumerical method.
Calling Sequence:
 P := ssiPlot(expr1,expr2,vars)
 P := ssiPlot(expr1,expr2,vars,options)
Parameters:
 expr1 : polynom
 A polynomial in the three variables listed in vars.
 expr2 :
 A polynomial in the three variables listed in vars.
 vars : list(name)

 options : exprseq

Result:
 P : PLOT3D
 a surfacetosurface intersection plot
Description:
 The function plots the intersection of two threedimensional and implicitly defined surfaces.
 An appropriate range for each variable will be computed automatically. The user does not need to specify the ranges.
 Options are given as equations of the form option=value.
 All options that are available to MAPLE's plottingfunctions (plot[options]) are supported.
 Furthermore, the option epsilon=n. Specifies precision for real root isolation procedures used in the ssiPlot function.
 Finally, the option maxiterate=n specifies the maximum number of extended Newton iterations used in the ssiPlot function.
Examples:
> ssiPlot(x^2+y^2+z^2 5, x*y*z 1,[x,y,z],color=green);
See Also:
[CASA]
[pacPlot]
[plotAlgSet]