The Math ark-up anguage is a subset of XML used to represent mathematical formulae and equations. Typically it is found embedded within XHTML documents, although as of this writing not all popular browsers support it.

An XML methodology for describing mathematical notations on the Web, just as HTML does for ordinary text.

A language similar to HTML that allows mathematical symbols and formatting to be shown.

Mathematical Markup Language

Mathmatical Markup Language.

Math Markup Language (MathML) is an XML grammar that describes mathematical notation and captures both its structure and content. It enables mathematics to be served, received, and processed on the Web.

W3C sponsored XML application used to define mathematical formulas, expressions and notation on the Web. View the MathML 2.0 specification

MathML is an application of XML designed to facilitate the use of mathematical expressions in Web pages. MathML Specification W3c's Math home page

MathML is an XML application for representing the content and presentation of mathematical equations and formulas. MathML allows Connexions authors to encode the meaning of an equation or formula without worrying about the presentation. This allows you to create a course from modules written by different authors and maintain notational consistency. For example, vectors may be notated by a bold letter, an over bar, an over arrow, or a hat. Instead of storing that information, Connexions stores the fact that it is a vector. You can specify how you want all the vectors notated in your course, regardless of the source of each module.

An XML, DTD that describes mathematical data.