MathFlow for Arbortext
Design Science Announces MathFlow for Arbortext, Supports MathML 2.0 Markup
Supports Creating, Editing, Publishing of MathML-Based Equations Within Arbortext Products
Long Beach, California, USA. December 9, 2002.
Design Science, Inc., the developers of the Equation Editor in Microsoft Office, MathType, WebEQ and MathPlayer, today announced that its MathFlow for Arbortext software will be demonstrated in booth #537 at the XML Conference 2002, December 10-12 in Baltimore, Maryland.
MathFlow for Arbortext provides organizations with a WYSIWYG environment where users can import, edit, maintain and publish MathML-based equations to multiple types of media, including print, PDF, HTML and HTML Help.
MathML is the XML-based language for encoding mathematics developed by the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Math Working Group. MathML is quickly becoming the mathematical representation of choice for the scientific, engineering, pharmaceutical and aerospace industries, as well as the education community, and STM publishers (Science/Technical/Medical).
"For several years Design Science has invested much of its resources into making MathML a success. We see the exploding interest in MathML within the professional publishing community as validating that effort," said Paul R. Topping, President of Design Science. "We are also very happy to partner with Arbortext to provide organizations with MathFlow."
"Design Science has played a major role in the development of MathML within the W3C," said David White, Director of Business Development for Arbortext. "We're pleased to include the MathFlow product in Arbortext's offerings."
MathFlow for Arbortext will be available the first quarter of 2003 from Design Science.
About Design Science, Inc.
Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Long Beach, California, Design Science, Inc., develops software used by scientists, engineers and educators, including MathType, Equation Editor in Microsoft Office, WebEQ, MathPlayer, TeXaide and MathFlow for Arbortext, to communicate on the web and in print. Design Science has played a leading role in developing MathML and continues to be actively involved in the W3C Math Working Group. For more information please visit http://www.dessci.com.
Arbortext is the only global provider of XML-based multichannel software that enables the creation, editing and publishing of information to multiple media types -- web, print, CD-ROM, wireless -- from a single source of content. Shipping since 1991, Arbortext's standards-based software supports technical publishing, reference publishing and business publishing applications that enable enterprises to provide more accurate, cost-efficient, complete, timely, consistent and usable information on all media. Arbortext's software is installed at over 300 large multinational organizations. Current customers include American Express Financial Services, Audi, Boeing, British Aerospace, Caterpillar, DaimlerChrysler, Ericsson Telecom, Ford, General Electric, GM, IBM, International Thomson Publishing, Lucent, Nokia, Nortel Networks, PeopleSoft, Pfizer, Qantas, Ricoh, Sun Microsystems, United Airlines, Volkswagen, Volvo and West Group. Arbortext is a founding member and active participant in the XML Activity of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, Arbortext has offices around the world. For more information please visit http://www.arbortext.com.
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