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Description

As part of its commitment to providing the best possible environment for algebraic computations in Physics, Maplesoft launched, during 2014, a Maple Physics: Research and Development website. That enabled users to ask questions, provide feedback and download updated versions of the Physics package, around the clock.

The "Physics Updates" include improvements, fixes, and the latest new developments, in the areas of Physics, Differential Equations and Mathematical Functions. Since Maple 2018, you can install/uninstall the "Physics Updates" directly from the MapleCloud.

Maplesoft incorporated the results of this accelerated exchange with people around the world into the successive versions of Maple. Below there are two sections

 • The Updates of Physics, as  an organized collection of links per Maple release, where you can find a description with examples of different subjects developed in the Physics package, from 2012 till 2019.
 • The MaplePrimes Physics posts, containing the most important posts describing the Physics project and showing the use of the package to tackle problems in General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics.

The update of Physics in Maple 2020 and back to Maple 16 (2012)

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 bc. Tensors and Relativity: ExteriorDerivative, Geodesics, KillingVectors, LieDerivative, LieBracket, Antisymmetrize and Symmetrize
 bd. Dirac matrices, commutators, anticommutators, and algebras
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 bg. Tensors in Special and General Relativity: contravariant indices and new commands for all the General Relativity tensors
 bh. New commands for working with expressions involving anticommutative variables and functions: Gtaylor, ToFieldComponents, ToSuperfields
 bi. Vector Analysis: geometrical coordinates with functional dependency
 MaplePrimes Physics posts