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**public sources and our publisher partners.**This specification defines the Mathematical Markup Language, or MathML. MathML is an XML application for describing mathematical notation and capturing both its structure and content. The goal of… Expand

MathPlayer is a plug-in to Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) that renders MathML[11] visually. It also contains a number of features that make mathematical expressions accessible to people with… Expand

MathPlayer is a plug-in to Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) and Adobe Acrobat/Reader that renders MathML visually. It also contains a number of features that make mathematical expressions accessible… Expand

This thesis discusses the design and implementation of natural user interfaces for Computer Algebra Systems. Such an interface must not only display expressions generated by the Computer Algebra… Expand

This paper describes a new computer algebra system design based on the object-oriented style of programming and an implementation of this design, called Views, written in Smalltalk-80. The design is… Expand

This paper surveys work within the Computer Algebra community (and elsewhere) directed towards improving user interfaces for scientific computation during the period 1963?1994. It is intended to be… Expand

MathPlayer has been re-architected so that any assistive technology (AT) can use it to read math in any browser or other application. This new version enhances many of MathPlayer's existing features… Expand

The work described in this report is the first phase of a project to provide easy-to-use tools for authoring and rendering secondary-school algebra-level math expressions in synthesized speech that… Expand

This paper addresses some of the current issues concerning the improvement of user interfaces for computer algebra systems. Some state of the art commercial software as well as research prototypes… Expand

This paper describes MathScribe, a powerful user interface for computer algebra systems. The interface makes use of a bitmapped display, windows, menus, and a mouse. Significant new features of… Expand