links page (was [om] Re: library)
paul at ags.uni-sb.de
Mon Jun 4 13:02:20 CEST 2001
Muuuuh... never even saw this page.
Allow me to suggest that you put a mailto link for addition
suggestions... that would help.
As for other links, huuuh... way a lot:
- MBase (a project of mathematical database):
(the database is meant at storing and searching OMdocs and OMOBJs
- the ActiveMath project (http://www.activemath.org): an OMdoc based
- Jome: the Java openmath editor... http://mainline.essi.fr/jome/jome-
- I guess Jürgen Zimmer will provide you a pointer to MathWeb which is
- WebPearls ??? http://www.webpearls.com (not mine, but interesting, are
supposed to be OpenMath based)
- Where's the GAP phrasebook ???
- How about something describing Eindhoven's efforts: smash and their
- shouldn't we dare put a link to the Polylab's library ?
- Is there a page twoards David Carlisle's numerous stylesheets ??
- the QMath OMdoc and OpenMath authorign system, should come soon.
And we should expect soon things from Eindhoven, I hope...
On Monday, June 4, 2001, at 12:09 PM, Mike Dewar wrote:
> James Davenport is the main author of the polynomial CDs, but here are
> some non-definitive responses to the points you raise.
>> Bye the way, is there any page where all (small or little) projects
>> use OpenMath are listed? That would be very helpful to avoid double
>> inventions and learn from another.
> From time to time I have receive such pointers which I add to the links
> of the website. I'd be overjoyed to add some more :-)
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