Hi,
It appears that maple has some sort of internal memory restriction, which sometimes causes it to stop during a computation with the following error message:
Maple was unable to allocate enough memory to complete this computation, see ?alloc ..."
Browsing through ?alloc, it appears that there's a way to increase this "software limit" , using something they call a "-T cl argument" but I was not able to find just how to go about it.
Any idea how this could be done?
thanks

Hi
I am trying to combine a previous, numerically obtained result in a subsequent calculation:
outline:
suppose i have a given function, f(x), and i wish to construct the following boundary value problem:
y''(x)=f(x), y(0)=1, y(1)=2
the known function f(x) is a result of another calculation, which i have obtained numerically. (f(x)=proc(x)...end proc, or something to that affect).
code:
--------------------------------------------
> restart;
> sys := {diff(y(x), x) = x, y(0) = 1};
/ d \
{ --- y(x) = x, y(0) = 1 }

Hello,
I would like to know how i could manipulate the output that i receive from the solve/fsolve commands:
sample code:
> for n from 1 to 10 by 1 do
> fsolve({x+y=n+6,x*y=10},{x,y})
> end do;
{y = 2.000000000, x = 5.000000000}
{y = 1.550510257, x = 6.449489743}
{x = 7.701562119, y = 1.298437881}
{x = 8.872983346, y = 1.127016654}
{y = 1.000000000, x = 10.00000000}
{y = 0.9009804864, x = 11.09901951}
{y = 0.8210916542, x = 12.17890835}
{x = 13.24499800, y = 0.7550020016}

Hello
I am trying to plot the same function over several different values for comparison.
My problem is that whenever a plot is drawn, the axis is rescaled to fit the contents, for example in the following code
> restart;
> ReZ:=sin(omega);
ReZ := sin(omega)
> ImZ:=cos(omega);
ImZ := cos(omega)
> plot([ReZ,ImZ,omega=0..0.5]);
> plot([ReZ,ImZ,omega=0..1]);
The axis values differ, but the plots look exactly the same, which makes it very hard to compare them.
I haven't been able to find a way to define the axis ranges i need so any suggestions would be appreciated

Hi.
>sol2:=dsolve(
{diff(c(x),x,x)=c(x) , c(0)=5, int(c(x),x=0..1)=3 },c(x));
Error, (in PDEtools/sdsolve) the input system cannot contain equations in the arbitrary parameters alone; found equation: _F1[x]-3
this is a DE of second order, so it requires two conditions to find the constants.. I wanted to give one of the conditions in the form of an integral, but i get the error above.
Any idea why?
thanks