Millions of mathematical formulas are typeset annually. Most of the numbers we see in print are produced by computer. So are the indexes and catalogs issued by database publishers. Charts and diagrams and other products of computer graphics have replaced manually drafted copy. But most of the formulas in mathematics, engineering and science publications are still derived and coded by hand. The TeXForm function in Release 2 of Mathematica , and some more extensive resources in Release 3 , provide a bridge between symbolic computation and computer composition. The author’s mathscape system was designed to strengthen the bridge. Written in Release 2 of Mathematica, i
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