Equivariant Degree Maple© Library Package
The Equivariant Degree Maple© Library was created by
A. Biglands under the supervision of W. Krawcewicz at the University of Alberta (NSERC summer research grant, 2006) in order
to support the computations of the primary equivariant degree. Construction of
the equivariant degree and
its fundamental propertries were explained in the monograph:
Applied Equivariant Degree Z. Balanov, W. Krawcewicz and H. Steinlein,
Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems, Vol. 1, 2006, AIMS, p552.
Installation of Maple© Library (on Windows)
- Click at
Maple© Library to download the zipped package.
- Extract all content to a folder under your Maple© directory, say at "C:\Programms\Maple\MapleLibrary"
- Start Maple© and run
> libname := libname, "C:\\Programms\\Maple\\MapleLibrary\\tmp\\EquivariantDegree\\EquivariantDegreelib.mla";
(Attention: "\\" symbols in the path!)
- Now you are ready to call a command from the Equivariant Degree Maple© Library such as
> showdegree[D12](0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 0, 0, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0)
which gives a degree for the dihedral group D12 of symmetry.
- Instructions on how to use the library can be found under the folder "HELP-Files"