From: Sonja Stocker <sonja.stocker@gmx.de>

Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 15:02:40 +0200 (MEST)

To: Michelle Van <mhvan@ngs.noaa.gov>

Cc: www-math@w3.org

Message-ID: <15904.988808560@www1.gmx.net>

Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 15:02:40 +0200 (MEST)

To: Michelle Van <mhvan@ngs.noaa.gov>

Cc: www-math@w3.org

Message-ID: <15904.988808560@www1.gmx.net>

Hello Michelle, I´m working on a similar problem. To show the equations in the browser, I downloaded techexplorer from http://www-4.ibm.com/software/network/techexplorer/downloads/ and installed it as plugin in my browser. I had to use the embed-Tag to include the math-Elements into the html-documents. Sonja > Hello There, > > I am currently working on a project call "Geodetic Glossary". In my > glossaries, I have lots of Math Equation. However, when I wrote my java > > program to convert the glossaries text files into xml files. Then I use > > XSLT to generate them in HTML format. > Here is an example: > <PrimaryDef>The quantity RT/gM, where g is the acceleration of > gravity, M is the mass of the atmosphere below the height where the > temperature is T, and R is the gas constant 8.3143 $x 10[3~ J/(kmol $. > K). > </PrimaryDef> > > 8.3143 $x 10[3~J/(kmol $. K ). $x is mean multiply, 10[3~ is mean 10^3, > > and $. is mean a dot in between kmol and K. > > I did you EX-math to convert the text equation into MathML. However, > when I add them in my xml files and try to transform it into HTML > format. It doesn't show the right math equation. Should I write a DTD > for it or XSLT? How do I find an easy way to do. I have lots of math > equations in all my xml files. > > Please help, > > Thank you very much for your assistant. > > Michelle > -- GMX - Die Kommunikationsplattform im Internet. http://www.gmx.netReceived on Wednesday, 2 May 2001 09:03:25 GMT

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