Maple/Using Maple in Linear Algebra

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Maple has two packages for linear algebra:

LinearAlgebra is more recent, it is based on the rtable data structure, hence it is more efficient for numerical calculations and uses direct evaluation.

linalg has an older design, it is based on the table data structure, hence uses "last name evaluation", but it could still be useful for abstract linear algebra.