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Help for displaying math with MathML
As from March 1st 2007, all records of articles online in CEDRAM exist in two formats, which are only different by the way they display mathematical formulae in titles, abstracts, keywords or references, : MathML or TeX.
XHTML+MathML display is the one which seems the best for reading and browsing thanks to the significant progress in recent browsers based on the Gecko engine, once they are properly configured.
The HTML+TeX version is proposed for compatibility for users who do not yet have an environment capable of displaying MathML: we encourage them to update their browser ! (With MathML formulae are totally integrated in the text. Therefore they adapt themselves to local preferences : font, size, zoom, contrast, etc.)
As far as we know, there is no browser really ready for MathML with no additional installation:
For all other configurations, by default we deliver formulae in TeX: but you can switch from one display to another by clicking on the menu item "Display formulae en TeX|MathML". If you allow it, your choice is kept in a persistant cookie, and you will get it again when you come back to the server.
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The conversion of XML metadata from LaTeX sources is done by the tralics software by José Grimm (cf. http://www-sop.inria.fr/apics/tralics/).
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