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The following statements should be used when referencing Maple.
Maple Trademark StatementsReferencing the Maple ManualsReferencing the Maple Product
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If you are publishing a book that includes references to Maple products or publications, the following line should appear in the copyright section at the beginning of the book.
"Maple is a trademark of Waterloo Maple Inc."
If you are publishing a research paper, any Maple work should be acknowledged, and the above trademark statement should be included.
In acknowledging any Maple work, a statement similar to the following should be used. (Changes with respect to the exact use of Maple are expected.)
"The computations in this paper were performed by using Maple\342\204\242."
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Use the following information to reference the use of the Maple manuals.
Maple User Manual. Maplesoft, a division of Waterloo Maple Inc., 1996-2023.
Maple Programming Guide. L. Bernardin, P. Chin, P. DeMarco, K. O. Geddes, D. E. G. Hare, K. M. Heal, G. Labahn, J. P. May, J. McCarron, M. B. Monagan, D. Ohashi, S. M. Vorkoetter. Maplesoft, a division of Waterloo Maple Inc., 1996-2023.
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Use the following statement to reference the use of the Maple product.
"Maple (specify release). Maplesoft, a division of Waterloo Maple Inc., Waterloo, Ontario."