For Immediate Release
MathFlow Extends MathML Support to XyEnterprise’s XPP
New version also adds features for Epic and
LONG BEACH, Calif. -- May 31,
2005 -- Design Science announced
today the release of version 1.5 of its MathFlow™ line of MathML publishing
workflow components. A major feature of this new release is the ability of
MathFlow to work with XyEnterprise’s
XML Professional Publisher (XPP 7.3). This release also adds significant
functionality for Arbortext Epic and
Blast Radius XMetaL users.
MathFlow Editor now integrates with XPP’s editor
to provide a user-friendly interface for creating and modifying mathematical
expressions that can then be formatted by XPP as part of a larger document.
Dr. Robert Miner, Director of New Product
Development at Design Science and co-chair of the Math Interest Group at the
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), said, “Design Science continues to maintain its
high level of commitment to publishers working with MathML. Since the initial
release of MathFlow in 2003, we have listened to our publishing customers and
have come through with a continuous stream of enhancements.”
In addition to the MathFlow Editor, other
components in the MathFlow product line include:
MathFlow Exchange, which works with
Arbortext’s Interchange to convert Microsoft Word documents containing
MathType and Equation Editor equations into XML+MathML.
MathFlow Composer, which works with
Arbortext’s Composer to convert XML+MathML documents into PDF or web pages,
for both print or online use.
Evaluation copies of MathFlow may be obtained by
calling 800-827-0685 (US & Canada), 562-432-2920 (outside US & Canada), or by
submitting a form on the Design Science web site at
About Design Science
Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Long Beach, California, Design Science
develops software used by educators, scientists and publishing professionals,
including MathType, Equation Editor in Microsoft Office, WebEQ, MathFlow,
MathPlayer and TeXaide, to communicate on the web and in print. For more
information please visit http://www.dessci.com.
Vice President, Marketing
Design Science Inc.