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Geometry Expressions
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 246  Category: Resource    

MathType
Design Science MathType for Windows and Macintosh is the full-featured professional version of the Equation Editor in Microsoft Office. MathType includes built-in translators that let you point and click to create equations, then copy/paste as MathML. MathType also includes MathPage technology that converts Microsoft Word+equations to XHTML+MathML, the emerging standard format for including MathML in a web page.

Type: MathML  #Views: 709  Category: Tool    

MathFlow
Design Science MathFlow consists of several components which can be integrated into XML publishing workflows when math is involved. Currently, there are three MathFlow components: MathFlow Exchange -- imports Microsoft Word documents with equations (MathType and Microsoft Equation Editor equations), and converts them into XML+MathML documents. MathFlow Editor -- a WYSIWYG MathML equation editor for authoring and editing MathML equations. MathFlow Composer -- generates PDF and web output (HTML/XHTML+MathML).

Type: MathML  #Views: 702  Category: Tool    

MathPlayer
Design Science MathPlayer™ enables Internet Explorer to display and speak mathematical notation in web pages. It is based on MathML technology and requires Internet Explorer for Windows version 6.0 and later. We make MathPlayer available for free in order to foster the adoption of MathML in the math, science, and education communities.

Type: MathML  #Views: 665  Category: Tool    

MathML
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 696  Category: Resource    

Activity's logo W3C Math Home
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 590  Category: Resource    

Displaying Math on the Web -- Further Information
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 617  Category: Resource    

MathML 2.0 Second Edition Is a W3C Proposed Edited Recommendation
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 605  Category: Resource    

New Mathematica 4.2 Delivers XML and Java Functionality
With the release of Mathematica 4.2, Wolfram Research, Inc. introduced the first technical computing system with full XML support and seamless Java integration. Now users can access any Java program from within Mathematica and work directly with XML data and documents. Version 4.2 also brings important advancements in linear programming, statistics, optimization, combinatorics, graph theory, and technical publishing.

Type: MathML  #Views: 575  Category: Tool    

MathML Working Group Notes Published
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 520  Category: Resource    

What is MathML?
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 530  Category: Resource    

Mathematical Markup Language (MathML) FAQ
MathML will make the Web even better for educational, scientific and technical materials. It also has the potential to make mathematics accessible to those with visual disabilities. It will allow mathematical content to be reused and exchanged with technical computing systems for further manipulation.

Type: MathML  #Views: 535  Category: FAQ    

Putting Math on the Web
An introduction to use Math on the Web.

Type: MathML  #Views: 638  Category: Resource    

Introduction To MathML
Take a look at MathML a new W3C Recommendation and explains why we might want to use it on our web pages.

Type: MathML  #Views: 612  Category: Article    

Why MathML Adds Value To STM Publishing
In this paper, we will show how value can be added by enriching online text with other kinds of information β€” mathematical meaning, in particular.

Type: MathML  #Views: 467  Category: Resource    

MathML Working Group Notes Published
The Math Working Group has released Units in MathML, Structured Types in MathML 2.0 and Bound Variables in MathML as Working Group Notes.

Type: MathML  #Views: 518  Category: Resource    

MathML - FAQ
A small, collection of FAQs on MathML.

Type: MathML  #Views: 449  Category: FAQ    

Using the Amaya Editor/Browser for XML/MathML
MathML is a subset of XML, which is a superset of HTML. In other words XML will eventually replace HTML and MathML will be the way to do mathematics in XML. Some useful web sites for learning about XML and MathML are:

Type: MathML  #Views: 699  Category: Tool    

SciWriter 1.0
soft4science SciWriter 1.0 is a XML based "WYSIWYG style" word processor that completely integrates writing mathematics and text in the same environment. The native document format of soft4science SciWriter is a subset of XHTML 1.1 and MathML 2.0 Presentation Markup. Mathematical templates, operators and symbols can be inserted by keyboard shortcuts or by using the toolbar.

Type: MathML  #Views: 822  Category: Tool    

MathML 2.0 Second Edition Is a W3C
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.

Type: MathML  #Views: 537  Category: Resource    

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