|Perform assignments given as equations|
|Assign values to entries of an array, a list, or a table|
|The “length” of a object (heuristic complexity)|
|Number of operands|
|Operands of an object|
|Domain of conditionally defined objects|
|Split an object|
|Compare objects according to the internal order|
|Create a table|
|Search for indeterminates|
|Visualize an expression as tree|
|Find operands of objects|
|Sort objects by an index function|
Sequences represent one of the basic data structures.
Lists represent ordered data structures.
Sets represent unordered mathematical structures.
Tables associate arbitrary indices with arbitrary values.
Arrays represent multidimensional data structures.
The simplest way to create a matrix in MuPAD® is to use
When you create a new MuPAD object, you choose the domain type of that object either explicitly or implicitly.
Suppose the data that you want to collect is generated element-by-element and you know in advance how many elements will be generated.