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Re: subscript context xslt analysis

From: Roger I Martin PhD <hypernexdev@hypernexinc.com>
Date: Tue, 07 Dec 2004 10:44:20 -0500
Message-ID: <41B5CFD4.2090001@hypernexinc.com>
To: www-math@w3.org

Thank you David,

I was limiting the use of selector to linear algebra.  Now I'll use it 
for arrays.  The presentation style under ci, I'll use for non array 
subscripting. such as
  <ci type="double">
        <msub>
      <mi>I</mi>
      <mi>&infin;</mi>
    </msub>
  </ci>

BTW, any of the open source examples that I build up at 
http://sourceforge.net/projects/mathml-x/ are available for any future 
examples in mathml documents, books or projects.  Anybody have a 
specific interest, let me know.

-Roger

David Carlisle wrote:

>>Is there some distinction that I am overlooking
>>    
>>
>
>Your markup is dropping in to presentation mathml far too early so you
>are losing semantic information.
>
>To select the ith element of an array I would use
>
><apply>
> <selector/>
> <ci>x</ci>
> <ci>i</ci>
></apply>
>
>Not
>  <ci type="double">
>      <msub>
>      <mi>x</mi>
>      <mi>i</mi>
>    </msub>
>  </ci>
>
>
>  
>
>>or is it possible to have more types defined for example:
>>    
>>
>
>The list of types is actually defined as being open, with just a
>suggested set of types in the REC.
>
>You can also use definitionURL attributes (or attributes in your own
>namespace) to carry any extra information that you need.
>
>
>David
>
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