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Re: Combining markup

From: Robert Miner <RobertM@dessci.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 10:17:27 -0500
Message-Id: <200404161517.i3GFHRL00947@wisdom.geomtech.com>
To: carolersnyder@hotmail.com
Cc: www-math@w3.org


Hi.

> I have gone through several methods of combining markup and indicated,
> to the best of my knowledge, where and why each method might be used.
> I'm hoping that someone will read and respond to my notes, and provide
> feedback, indicating where I am wrong or missing important points
> concerning the purpose of the combination method.
>
> [snip]

I read through your synopsis, and I think you have a good grasp of the
facts.  

In case it is useful to you, I should add that I think in current
practice, mixed markup is relatively rare.  Most software and most
projects I know of using MathML tend to use either presentation or
content markup, but not to go in so much for mixing.  Probably the
most common approach in situations where content MathML is needed is
to use XSL to transform it to presentation MathML for display.

--Robert

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