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MathML at Zentralblatt MATH

Welcome to MathML at Zentralblatt.

MathML (Mathematical Markup Language) enables you to display formulas directly on a web page. It is developed by the Math Working Group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

System requirements

In order to make use of this feature you need a MathML-compliant browser and, depending on the browser you choose, you may need to do some additional installations:

For Mozilla (from v. 1.1) / Netscape (from v. 7.0) special fonts are required. Information on these fonts and links to them can be found on Fonts for MathML-enabled Mozilla (a download is provided here).

For Internet Explorer (from v. 6.0) you need to install the free MathPlayer plug-in.

We hope you will enjoy the additional comfort when reading Zentralblatt reviews containing mathematical formulas. As we are still working on improving this service we are grateful for any kind of feedback. Particularly, if you should encounter any problems please let us know.

How it is produced

There are many tools for converting TeX source code into MathML.

We are using Tralics, a free software developed by the Apics Team of Inria.

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