Re: 6th OpenMath Workshop
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Subject: Re: 6th OpenMath Workshop
From: "Robert S. Sutor/Watson/IBM Research" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 1 Aug 96 9:22:24
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From: diaza @ cs.rpi.edu @ GW
Date: 08/01/96 08:52:08 AM
Subject: 6th OpenMath Workshop
I was asked to post a message detailing the conclusions of the 6th
OpenMath Workshop. However, Professor Gonnet has compiled a very thorough
recapitulation of the discussions and conclusions. Please examine the
(Summary of some discussions and conclusions at the 6th OpenMath Workshop)
I remained in Zurich until Wednesday and spent quite a bit of time working
with Professor Gonnet on unifying the concepts of contexts and semantic
dictionaries. We gained much progress in this matter and I will send a summary
regarding our work on content dictionaries in the next few days.
Below I kindly highlight some discussion and conclusions of the Zurich
Best Regards to all,
Highlights of the 6th OpenMath Workshop (from Professor Gonnet's summary):
* Context and semantic dictionaries should be unified, and renamed (content
* The following people are responsible for heading the committees which will
define a few of the basic CDs.
Meta - Gaston Gonnet
Basic - Angel Diaz
Polynomials - Mark Gaetano
LinearAlgebra - Arne Storjohann (subject to confirmation)
August 15th - all the committees should be formed.
October 15th - draft of all the CDs should be available to the
OpenMath community at large
December 7th - the definition of the most basic CDs will be frozen
* Professor Seppala distributed copies of the INFO 2000 program and
proposed a budget and framework for further OpenMath funding.
* There was discussion regarding whether OpenMath should transmit objects
alone or objects and commands
* The 7th OpenMath Workshop will take place in Dublin on December 7-8,
1996 (Saturday and Sunday).