Padovani03A (In proceedings)

Author(s)  Luca Padovani 
Title  « On the Roles of L^{A}TEX and MathML in Encoding and Processing Mathematical Expressions » 
In  Proceedings of the Mathematical Knowledge Management (MKM'03) 
Series  LNCS 
Volume  2594 
Page(s)  6679 
Year  2003 
Publisher  Springer 
URL  http://www.di.unito.it/~padovani/Papers/lncs_2594.pdf 
Abstract 
The Mathematical Markup Language (MathML), a standard language for the encoding of mathematical expressions, is going to have a deep impact on a vast community of users, from people interested in publishing scientific documents to researchers who seek new forms of communication and management of mathematical information. In this paper we survey the worlds of L^{A}TEX, a wellestablished language for typesetting, and MathML, whose diffusion is promisingly taking off in these days, with an emphasis on the management of mathematics. We will try to understand how they relate to each other, and why we will still need both in the years to come. 
@inproceedings{Padovani03A,
volume = {2594},
author = {Luca Padovani},
series = {LNCS},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the Mathematical Knowledge Management (MKM'03)},
url = {http://www.di.unito.it/~padovani/Papers/lncs_2594.pdf},
abstract = { The Mathematical Markup Language (MathML), a standard language
for the encoding of mathematical expressions, is going to have a
deep impact on a vast community of users, from people interested
in publishing scientific documents to researchers who seek new
forms of communication and management of mathematical information.
In this paper we survey the worlds of \LaTeX, a wellestablished
language for typesetting, and MathML, whose diffusion is
promisingly taking off in these days, with an emphasis on the
management of mathematics. We will try to understand how they
relate to each other, and why we will still need both in the years
to come. },
title = {{On the Roles of {\LaTeX} and MathML in Encoding and Processing
Mathematical Expressions}},
publisher = {Springer},
year = {2003},
pages = {6679},
doi = {10.1007/3540364692\_6},
}
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