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TeXML: Typesetting XML with TeX
"... XML, eXtensible Markup Language, is a simplified subset of SGML, which is fast becoming a standard for content management on the internet. TEXML is an XML vocabulary for TEX. A processor written in the Java programming language translates TEXMLconforming XML into TEX. The processor provides a docum ..."
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XML, eXtensible Markup Language, is a simplified subset of SGML, which is fast becoming a standard for content management on the internet. TEXML is an XML vocabulary for TEX. A processor written in the Java programming language translates TEXMLconforming XML into TEX. The processor provides a
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Literate programming in XML
 In Proceedings of XML 2002
, 2002
"... Literate programming is a programming and documentation methodology. Its central tenet is that documentation is more important than source code and should be the focus of a programmer's activity. Literate programming facilitates this approach by combining code and documentation into a single, u ..."
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. This is clearly advantageous for topdown and bottomup design strategies. It may also have benefits for more modern programming methodologies, such as Extreme Programming. Typical literate programming systems are quite complex. They are built on top of some underlying documentation system (such as TeX
plasTeX: Converting LaTeX Documents to Other Markup Languages”, The PracTeX
 Stamerjohanns, H. et al., “Transforming Large Collections of Scientific Publications to XML”, Mathematics in Computer Science
"... Abstract This article introduces plasTeX, a software package for converting LaTeX documents to other markup languages. It begins with usage details including examples of how to create HTML and DocBook XML from LaTeX sources. Then, it describes development details: how plasTeX works and how develope ..."
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Abstract This article introduces plasTeX, a software package for converting LaTeX documents to other markup languages. It begins with usage details including examples of how to create HTML and DocBook XML from LaTeX sources. Then, it describes development details: how plasTeX works and how
WORKSHOP: L ATEX toXML/MathML
"... The objective of this workshop was to show what it takes to translate LATEX sources into XML in general, and LATEX mathematics into MathML in particular. In addition, it aimed at reviewing backward translations from XML and MathML into TEX andLATEX. Many of the details can be found in The LATEX Web ..."
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transformation, which had been used to create PDF output. As a side product, we noted that translations to MathML may be used for debugging LATEX formulae. The translations relied on TeX4ht for the forward direction, and PassiveTEX for the backward direction. The second part of the workshop reviewed XML
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"... algebra course. As in most such courses, the notes concentrated on abstract groups and, in particular, on finite groups. However, it is not as abstract groups that most mathematicians encounter groups, but rather as algebraic groups, topological groups, or Lie groups, and it is not just the groups t ..."
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"... Version 3.10 September 24, 2010The first version of these notes was written for a firstyear graduate algebra course. As in most such courses, the notes concentrated on abstract groups and, in particular, on finite groups. However, it is not as abstract groups that most mathematicians encounter grou ..."
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in size (c200 pages), will provide a more comprehensive introduction to group theory for beginning graduate students in mathematics, physics, and related fields. BibTeX information
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"... Version 3.10 September 24, 2010The first version of these notes was written for a firstyear graduate algebra course. As in most such courses, the notes concentrated on abstract groups and, in particular, on finite groups. However, it is not as abstract groups that most mathematicians encounter grou ..."
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in size (c200 pages), will provide a more comprehensive introduction to group theory for beginning graduate students in mathematics, physics, and related fields. BibTeX information
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"... Version 3.10 September 9, 2010The first version of these notes was written for a firstyear graduate algebra course. As in most such courses, the notes concentrated on abstract groups and, in particular, on finite groups. However, it is not as abstract groups that most mathematicians encounter group ..."
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in size (c200 pages), will provide a more comprehensive introduction to group theory for beginning graduate students in mathematics, physics, and related fields. BibTeX information
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