I want to propose to the community an alternative input method for
presentational MathML, consisting of:
EULER is still work in progress. It has stabilized but it still is in
BETA and the language and its tool will most likely undergo some
changes before its final release later this year. All kind of thoughts
you might have about EULER, your criticism, concerns, encouragment,
enthusiasm, etc is all highly welcome, and in fact very much needed in
this phase of the project.
- An ASCII-based DSL (domain specific language), called EULER,
specifically designed for expressing mathematical formulas as a linear
string of symbols.
Despite being easy to learn and - unlike TeX - highly readable it
offers huge expressive power that is believed to cover even advanced
mathematical notation requirements.
- A Java-based parser/code-generator that can translate the EULER
language into (a large subset of) MathML 2.0
- An online demonstration facility at
http://km-works.eu/euler-interactive/ you can use to test-drive and
review EULER's capabilities.
- A set of tools that allow to translate EULER expressions embedded
in XHTML files on the fly (web server or file system based).
You can always reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest!