ESF: An automatically generated encyclopedia of special functions. We present our on-going work on the automatic generation of an encyclopedia of special functions on the web, called The Encyclopedia of Special Functions (ESF). All mathematical formulae in the ESF are computed, typeset and displayed without any human intervention. This is achieved by exploiting a collection of computer algebra algorithms in a systematic way, on top of a specially designed data structure for a class of special functions.
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