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We provide links to documents
related to electronic representation of scientific
documents, and specifically those that contain mathematics,
in a form that is compatible with further use.
This is a supplement to a
talk presented at ICDAR 97 (Ulm, Germany).
The representation of scientific mathlab documents: journals, technical
reports, program documentation, laboratory notebooks, etc.
present challenges in several distinct communities.
We see five distinct groups concerned with electronic
versions of scientific documents:
Publishers of journals, texts, reference works, and organizations that
must provide archival storage and retrieval.
Examples: American Physical Society, Academic Press, JSTOR.
Software publishers for OCR/ document analysis, document formatting.
Examples: Xerox, Caere, Microsoft.
Software publishers LaTeX editor whose products access ``contents semantics'' from
documents, including library keyword search programs,
natural language search programs,
data-base systems, visual presentation systems,
mathematical computation systems,
Examples: INSPEC, hypertext systems, Maple, Mathematica, Matlab, MathCAD.
Institutions maintaining access to electronic libraries, which must
be broadly construed to include data and programs of all sorts.
Examples: Universities, Computer centers.
Individuals and their programs acting as their
agents who need to use these libraries, to identify, locate,
and retrieve relevant documents.
Chemical equation software