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MathML in practice: issues and promise


T W Cole

Mathematics Librarian, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1409 W. Green St., Urbana, IL 61801
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This paper discusses MathML, an XML-based standard for expressing mathematics - everything from elementary mathematics to undergraduate college-level mathematics. Limitations of pre-existing options led to the creation of MathML. MathML is designed to be useful for authoring and publishing, for creating online interactive math resources, and as a non-proprietary approach for archiving. MathML is supported by the W3C and by multiple scholarly publishers and vendors of computer-based mathematics software. The question now is whether MathML can achieve greater acceptance among authors and better integration with standards in related domains, either through cross-walks or through direct incorporation into other domain schemas.

How to Cite: Cole, T.W., (2006). MathML in practice: issues and promise. Data Science Journal. 5, pp.209–218. DOI:
Published on 28 Nov 2006.
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