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Re: MathML application developers

From: Romeo Anghelache <aldraku@aei.mpg.de>
Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2004 13:23:44 +0100
Message-ID: <41C815D0.2010301@aei.mpg.de>
To: Neil Soiffer <NeilS@DesSci.com>
Cc: www-math@w3.org

Hermes ( http://www.aei.mpg.de/hermes/ ) is a semantic XML e-publishing 
tool for LaTeX and AMSTeX authored scientific articles. It is free 
software (GPL license).

It relies on the TeX engine to compile the source. Hermes complements 
the TeX system by enabling the addition of semantic layers to the 
original document (it parses the resulting semantic dvi).

It converts LaTeX and AMSTeX authored documents into XML documents 
containing MathML islands, containing enough information for archiving 
or publishing on the web.

Thanks, Neil,
romeo

Neil Soiffer wrote:
> At the Joint Mathematics Meeting
> (http://www.ams.org/amsmtgs/2091_intro.html), I will be giving a talk as
> part of the "Math on the Web" Pavilion.  My talk is an update of a talk
> ("Applications that use MathML") I tried to give last year but couldn't
> because I was snowed/iced in (the Portland airport was closed for three
> days):  .
> 
> The main point of the talk is to give a sense of what the large number of
> applications that make use of MathML can do.  If time permits, I'll also
> demo some interoperability between MathML apps.   If you have developed
> software that uses MathML (editor, import, export, other?) or made
> significant improvements to your software in the last year, please send me a
> URL to your web site and a one or two sentence summary of your work.
> 
> Although the talk is short and I won't be able to show off much software, I
> will be giving out listings of software and have links to them in my talk so
> it is a chance to get the word out on your work.
> 
> Neil Soiffer                     email: neils@dessci.com
> Senior Scientist                 phone: 562-433-0685
> Design Science, Inc.             http://www.dessci.com
> "How Science Communicates"
> MathType, WebEQ, MathPlayer, Equation Editor, TeXaide
> 
> 
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