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Re: Non XML syntaxes


Re:  Non XML syntaxes
From: "David Carlisle" <davidc@n...>

> However your main point is still valid, and both eqn
> and TeX are a lot easier to author by hand than MathML 

http://www.idealliance.org/papers/extreme02/html/2002/Rosenblum01/EML2002Rosenblum01.html
has a survey of technical publishing companies, and how they do
equations.

It does not mention the editors they use, which would be useful,
but most use TeX or the ISO 12083 DTD which allows 
shortreferences. 

Cheers
Rick Jelliffe

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