Distributed Maple -- User and Reference Manual (V 1.1.12)

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Distributed Maple is a system for writing parallel programs in the computer algebra system Maple. It allows to create concurrent tasks and have them executed by Maple kernels running on different machines of a network. The system consists of two components:
  1. A Java class library which implements a general purpose communication and scheduling mechanism for distributed applications.
  2. A binding that allows to access the Java scheduler from Maple and implements a parallel programming model on top.
The system is portable to most kinds of computer networks and can be freely downloaded from
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Examples
  • 3 Programming Interface
  • 4 System Configuration
  • 5 Implementation
  • References
  • A The Scheduler Protocol

  • Maintainer: Wolfgang Schreiner
    Last Modification: July 6, 2001

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