Re: Semantic information for math representations of physics

This sounds interesting and useful, but I'm not sure
it provides the full scope of what I'd like to do.

Unfortunately, I was unable to investigate by
accessing the website you gave, i.e. .

Joe Collins	

--- Roger I Martin PhD <>
> Hi JB
>  If it interests you, I am developing stylesheets
> that transform 
> mathml(content) 2.0 to runtime binding of Java
> classes.  The project is 
> open source and reposited at
> where I am also placing examples of application. 
> The use of svg, x3d 
> and femml( for data controlled finite element
> analysis) are applied in 
> concert with mathml for applications in physics,
> etc.  The transforms 
> are for differentiation, vectors and linear algebra,
> integrals(tables 
> when possible, otherwise numerical), complex
> numbers, math transforms, 
> differentiatial equations, etc.  I''m discovering
> and exploring many new 
> programming techniques with this project.  If there
> is an area you would 
> need or find interesting I would be interested in
> implementing that 
> portion of  the mathml-x project to support it. 
> Currently I'm working 
> on vector and arrays for shapes for meshes which
> include NURBS, 
> extrusions and other surface generation.  Am
> interested in moving 
> boundaries(for the US Navy's interests). Using svg,
> x3d and femml to 
> organize the pieces and for final output for
> displays.  Contact if this 
> interests you.
> Regards,
> Roger

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Received on Wednesday, 9 February 2005 16:08:19 UTC