Asperti, Andrea, Buchberger, Bruno, Davenport, James Harold (Eds.)
2003, X, 230 p.
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This volume contains the proceedings of theSecondInternationalConferenceon MathematicalKnowledgeManagement (MKM 2003), held 16–18 February 2003 in Bertinoro, Italy. Mathematical Knowledge Management is an exciting new ?eld at the int- section between mathematics and computer science. We need e?cient, new te- niques, based on sophisticated formal mathematics and software technology, to exploit the enormous knowledge available in current mathematical sources and to organize mathematical knowledge in a new way. On the other side, due to its verynature,therealmofmathematicalinformationlookslikethebestcandidate for testing innovative theoretical and technological solutions for content-based systems, interoperability, management of machine-understandable information, and the Semantic Web. The organizers are grateful to Dana Scott and Massimo Marchiori for agr- ing to give invited talks at MKM 2003. November 2002 AndreaAsperti BrunoBuchberger JamesDavenport Conference Organization Andrea Asperti (Program Chair) Luca Padovani (Organizing Chair) Program Commitee A. Asperti (Bologna) P. D. F. Ion (Michigan) B. Buchberger (RISC Linz) Z. Luo (Durham) J. Caldwell (Wyoming) R. Nederpelt (Eindhoven) O. Caprotti (RISC Linz) M. Sofroniou (Wolfram Research Inc. ) J. Davenport (Bath) N. Soi?er (Wolfram Research Inc. ) W. M. Farmer (McMaster Univ. ) M. Suzuki (Kyushu) H. Geuvers (Nijmegen) N. Takayama (Kobe) T. Hardin (Paris 6) A. Trybulec (Bialystok) M. Hazewinkel (CWI Amsterdam) S. M. Watt (UWO) M. Kohlhase (CMU) B. Wegner (Berlin) Invited Speakers Massimo Marchiori (W3C, University of Venezia) Dana Scott (CMU) Additional Referees G. Bancerek R. Gamboa G. Jojgov P. Callaghan B. Han V. Prevosto D. Doligez Table of Contents Regular Contributions Digitisation,Representation,andFormalisation (DigitalLibrariesofMathematics) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Andrew A. Adams MKMfromBooktoComputer:ACaseStudy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Computer - Extensible Markup Language (XML) - LA - LaTeX - MathML - calculus - digitization - distributed libraries of mathematics - knowledge management - knowledge processing - mathematical knowledge management - proof theory - proving - semantic web - theorem descriptions