From: Je'ro^me Euzenat <Jerome.Euzenat@inrialpes.fr>

Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 10:09:22 +0100

Message-Id: <a05010400b6a80a29eb0d@[194.199.22.158]>

To: www-math@w3.org

Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 10:09:22 +0100

Message-Id: <a05010400b6a80a29eb0d@[194.199.22.158]>

To: www-math@w3.org

Hi, Here are three comments of a naive reader on the content part of the proposed recommendation: - 4.4.3.4: maximum and minimum if the three default renderings given at the end of this section are meant to render the three successive examples, it would be nice to have a hint of how to differenciate the two last ones. - 4.4.6.3: union and 4.4.6.4: intersection it appears that these operators cannot have qualifiers (lowlimit, uplimit, bvar, contition, interval comes to mind). I understand that it is possible to modify the default definition but I find it odd. - 4.2.1.6: declare and 2.2: math and eventualy 7: The MathML interface in 4.2.1.6, it is said that the scope of the declaration is the entire math element within which the declaration is made. Now imagine that I am writing a mathematical textbook in XHTML and I want to use MathML. The way to do it, I understand consists of including math tags surrounding each mathematical piece of code in the XHTML document. I would like, in this context, that the scope of my declared elements span the whole XHTML document. I think that this is a natural requirement. How can this be achieved? Regards, -- *** all mail received between Thu 25.01 and 26.01 has been lost please send again *** Jérôme Euzenat __ / /\ INRIA Rhône-Alpes, _/ _ _ _ _ _ /_) | ` / ) | \ \ /_) 655, avenue de l'Europe, (___/___(_/_/ / /_(_________________ Montbonnot St Martin, / http://www.inrialpes.fr/exmo 38334 Saint-Ismier cedex, / Jerome.Euzenat@inrialpes.fr France____________________/ Jerome.Euzenat@free.frReceived on Thursday, 8 February 2001 04:11:15 UTC

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