Geometry Expressions is the world's first Interactive Symbolic Geometry
System. This means: Geometric figures can be defined by either Symbolic
Constraints or numeric locations. Measurements on your drawing are not only
presented numerically, but also expressed symbolically as Mathematical
Expressions. Your drawing comes to life via parametric, symbolic animation.
All the usual constructions are available but also powerful, new symbolic
constraints. Geometry Expressions can be used as a stand-alone program or in
conjunction with your favorite algebra system via MathML input and output.
Think of Geometry Expressions as a geometry front end for your algebra
system. Or think of it as an algebraic extension of your geometry system.
Or think of it as a stand alone system that puts the mathematics back in
geometry.

MathML ("Mathematical Markup Language") is an XML based markup language that is used to describe mathematical symbols and formulas, so that they can be presented in a familiar way in Web documents. It is a recommendation of the W3C math working group.

MathML 2.0 , a W3C Recommendation was released on 21 Feb 2001. A product of the W3C Math working group, MathML is a low-level specification for describing mathematics as a basis for machine to machine communication. It provides a much needed foundation for the inclusion of mathematical expressions in Web pages.

There have been various efforts to incorporate mathematics into HTML, but aside from the addition of tags for simple subscripts and superscripts, little concrete change has been visible in final specifications. However, larger changes under way bode well for the future, in particular the current draft specification to redefine HTML as an application of XML (eXtensible Markup Language) and public statements of support for XML from both Microsoft and Netscape.

W3C is pleased to publish a Proposed Edited Recommendation of the Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Version 2.0 (2nd Edition). MathML is an XML application that allows mathematical notation and content to be served, received and processed on the Web. The 2nd edition contains clarifications and errata corrections.

The Math Working Group has released Units in MathML, Structured Types in MathML 2.0 and Bound Variables in MathML as Working Group Notes. MathML is an XML application that allows mathematical notation and content to be served, received and processed on the Web.

MathML 2.0 , a W3C Recommendation was released on 21 Feb 2001. A product of the W3C Math working group, MathML is a low-level specification for describing mathematics as a basis for machine to machine communication. It provides a much needed foundation for the inclusion of mathematical expressions in Web pages.

The World Wide Web Consortium today released the Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Version 2.0 (Second Edition) as a W3C recommendation. The specification has been reviewed by the W3C Membership, who favor its adoption by industry.

The W3C Math Working Group has released a Last Call Working Draft Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) Version 2.0 (2nd Edition). MathML is "an XML application that allows mathematical notation and content to be served, received and processed on the Web."

MathML1 users, vendors, and supporters gathered
at the Second International MathML Conference2
in Chicago on June 28-30 to hear presentations on
the expanding world of MathML technology. The
mood was decidedly upbeat, driven by the recent
advances in MathML support within web browsers.

Short for Mathematical Markup Language, an XML application for describing mathematical notations and capturing both its structure (including its complex two-dimensional symbolic notations) and its content and enabling that structure and content to be communicated over the Web.

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The OpenMath Standard

The OpenMath Standard describes the structure of OpenMath objects, encodings and content dictionaries. Version 1.0 is available as:

Type: MathML
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MathML for Math and Science Communication

MathML is a powerful new language for encoding mathematics. Its original purpose was to provide a way for marking up mathematics in Web pages, since HTML provided no easy way of handling it.

Type: MathML
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The OpenMath Thematic Network

Since the end of the earlier OpenMath project, the major event for MathML2 has been the issuing of the MathML2 Recommendation (21st February 2001).

Type: MathML
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Math Working Group Charter

The Math Working Group is chartered to continue the task of facilitating the use of mathematics on the Web, both for science and technology and for education. This involves the maintenance of the recent version 2.0 of the MathML specification (W3C Recommendation, 21 February 2001), encouragement of its wider deployment, preparation of any revisions or addenda appropriate, continued liaison with other Working Groups within the W3C to ensure that the potential of MathML is realized, and relations with other organizations, all designed to strengthen the position of MathML and enhance the use of mathematics on the Web.

Type: MathML
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Selected Internet Resources in Web Technology-MathML

Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) An XML application for mathematical notations.

Type: MathML
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MathML 2 reference with examples

Both the indexes and the examples were extracted from the MathML2 Proposed Recommendation and MathML 2 DTD. . The reference will be upgraded when the standard is finalized. The examples were extracted programatically, so there can be some problems introduced during processing.

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