How To Display Math on the Web
Daniel Jamous
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Three events to help you learn about tools that can be used for displaying mathematics and related graphics on the web.
Contact: Daniel Jamous, jamous@mit.edu
Sponsor: Information Systems
How to Display Mathematics on the Web
Daniel Jamous
This presentation/demonstration will review the various methods to display mathematical equations on the Web. Learn how several web browsers can display MathML (Mathematical Markup Language), an XML application to enable mathematics to be served, received, and processed on the Web, just as HTML has enabled this
functionality for text. See http://web.mit.edu/acs/IAP2003/mathontheweb/
Thu Jan 9, 10:30am12:00pm, 1150
Using MathML to Display Math on the Web
Prof. Michael Kohlhase WWW Consortium, Math Working Group; C
Principles and practice of MathML, with some handson advice and examples (followup to the "How to Display Mathematics on the Web" presentation of Jan. 9)
Thu Jan 23, 09am11:00pm, 4237
How to Deploy MATLABBased Applications Over the Web
Cancelled
Daniel Jamous
This presentation/demonstration will describe the MATLAB Web Server, a tool available and supported on Athena, which allows you to use MATLAB math and graphics in HTML applications.
Tue Jan 28, 10:30am12:00pm, 1150
Latest update: 24Jan2003

