[Maxima] mathdox at RIACA

Richard Fateman fateman at cs.berkeley.edu
Sat Sep 15 11:51:22 CDT 2007


. 
There are examples of using Mathdox, e.g.  Wortel TU/e   on that web site,
and if you look at it, apparently Wortel can use Maxima.

Just an observation regarding RIACA:

The "people" link shows 9 people. Arjeh Cohen, director.  3 PhD students. 4
developers and 1 "management".
There are many RIACA projects.  10 products for download. 

 RJF

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> 
> I have come across the MathDox project at RIACA (Research 
> Institute for
> Applications of Computer Algebra)
> http://www.mathdox.org/new-web/projects.html
> 
>  The MathDox project aims to develop a XML format for interactive   
>  mathematical documents. These MathDox documents can be 
> transformed to 
>  interactive mathematical web pages useing the MathDox 
> Player. MathDox  
>  documents can be used for demonstrations of algorithms, 
> testing people's 
>  skill in mathematics or explaining new concepts with 
> dynamic, on-screen, 
>  calculations.
> 
> Has anybody tried to use it? Any possible connections with Maxima?
> 
> --
> Pol
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