The Freedom to Extend OpenMath and its Utility

  title={The Freedom to Extend OpenMath and its Utility},
  author={James H. Davenport and Paul Libbrecht},
  journal={Mathematics in Computer Science},
OpenMath is a standard for representing the semantics of mathematical objects. It differs from Presentation MathML in not being directly concerned with the presentation of the object, and from Content MathML 2 in being extensible. How should these extensions be performed so as to maximize the utility (which includes presentation) of OpenMath? How could publishers have the freedom to extend and let consumers find their way with expressions discovered on the Web? The answer up to now has been… CONTINUE READING


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