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Browser support for MathML (mathematics markup language) still seems to be more than a year away. In the meantime there are a number of possibilities for including mathematics in html pages.

- Approaches to WWW Mathematics
Documents. A good overview of the available strategies for publishing mathematics.
Understandably a little biased towards T
_{T}H. Ian Hutchinson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. - Converters TeX to HTML and HTML to TeX. TeX Online Catalog.

- W3C's Math Home Page. A statement of the state of play of the mathematical markup language MathML 1.0, released as a W3C recommendation on 7 April 1998.
- Math on the Web. MathType produces the equation editor used in Word and other word processers. This useful essay is concerned with exporting and displaying the results on the Web. MathType.
- WebEQ. Java applet based tools for including
mathematics in Web pages. Geometry Technologies.
- MathML Newsletter. A useful way to keep up with MathML developments.

- MINSE. A rendering language for presenting mathematics on the Web. Ka-Ping Yee.
- HTeX: A Simplified LaTeX Interface for Web Documents. Imbed LaTeX equations in your html document, and have them automatically converted to GIFs using LaTeX on your PC or Unix machine. Thomas Rutherford, University of Colorado.
- Mathematical Symbols for Scientific Documents. Gif files for Greek and common symbols. Anthony Thyssen, Griffith University.
- Math2HTML. Converts Mathematica notebooks to HTML format. H. Edward Donley, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

- HeVeA. A fast LaTeX to HTML translator written in Objective Caml, for Unix, Windows and Mac. Luc Maranget, INRIA.
- Latex4ht. TeX-based authoring system for producing hypertext. This looks to be the best at the time of writing. Eitan Gurari, Ohio State University.
- TeX2HTML. A commercial program with translates TeX and LaTeX files into HTML without converting equations to GIFs. Uses tables and the symbol font to provide for special symbols and mathematical layout.
- T
_{T}H. Freeware version of TeX2HTML. Ian Hutchinson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. - TtM. A TeX to MathML converter. Ian Hutchinson, Massachusetss Institute of Technology.
- LaTeX2HTML. This popular program converts LaTeX documents to a combination of HTML and GIF. The document text becomes HTML while a GIF file is created for each equation. The font size of the text will in general not exactly match that of the equations. Nikos Drakos, University of Leeds.
- TechExplorer. View TeX and LaTeX files using your browser. For Windows 95 and Windows NT only. IBM.

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