MathJax is an open source JavaScript display engine for mathematics that works in all browsers. MathJax is a project of the MathJax Consortium, a joint venture of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) and the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) to advance mathematical and scientific content on the web. MathJax is generously supported by the MathJax Sponsors. The core of the MathJax project is the development of its state-of-the-art, open source, JavaScript platform for display of mathematics. Our key design goals are: high-quality display of mathematics notation in all browsers no special browser setup required support for LaTeX, MathML and other equation markup directly in the HTML source. an extensible, modular design with a rich API for easy integration into web applications. support for accessibility, copy and paste and other rich functionality interoperability with other applications and math-aware search.

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  1. Solin, Pavel: Self-paced, instructor-assisted approach to teaching linear algebra (2021)
  2. Bancerek, Grzegorz; Naumowicz, Adam; Urban, Josef: System description: XSL-based translator of Mizar to \LaTeX (2018)
  3. Greiner-Petter, André; Schubotz, Moritz; Cohl, Howard S.; Gipp, Bela: MathTools: an open API for convenient MathML handling (2018)
  4. Carter, Nathan C.; Monks, Kenneth G.: A web-based toolkit for mathematical word processing applications with semantics (2017)
  5. von Gagern, Martin; Richter-Gebert, Jürgen: CindyJS plugins -- extending the mathematical visualization framework (2016)
  6. Cohl, Howard S.; McClain, Marjorie A.; Saunders, Bonita V.; Schubotz, Moritz; Williams, Janelle C.: Digital repository of mathematical formulae (2014)
  7. Elizarov, A. M.; Kirillovich, A. V.; Lipachev, E. K.; Nevzorova, O. A.; Solovyev, V. D.; Zhiltsov, N. G.: Mathematical knowledge representation: semantic models and formalisms (2014)
  8. Ion, Patrick: Early examples of software in mathematical knowledge management (2014)
  9. Pollanen, Marco; Hooper, Jeff; Cater, Bruce; Kang, Sohee: A tablet-compatible web-interface for mathematical collaboration (2014) ioport
  10. Schubotz, Moritz; Wicke, Gabriel: Mathoid: robust, scalable, fast and accessible math rendering for Wikipedia (2014)
  11. Miller, Bruce R.: Three years of DLMF: web, math and search (2013)
  12. Cervone, Davide: MathJax: a platform for mathematics on the web (2012)
  13. Doob, Michael: An invitation to use MathJax (2012)
  14. Baier, Patrick; Teschke, Olaf: Zentralblatt MATHMLized (2010)

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