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  • 27th OpenMath Workshop

    at CICM 2016, Bialystok, Poland

    OpenMath is a language for exchanging mathematical formulae across applications (such as computer algebra systems). From 2010 its importance has increased in that OpenMath Content Dictionaries were adopted as a foundation of the MathML 3 W3C recommendation, the standard for mathematical formulae on the Web.

    Topics we expect to see at the workshop include

    • Feature Requests (Standard Enhancement Proposals) and Discussions for going beyond OpenMath 2;
    • Further convergence of OpenMath and MathML 3;
    • Reasoning with OpenMath;
    • OpenMath on the Semantic Web;
    • Software using or processing OpenMath;
    • New OpenMath Content Dictionaries;

    though others related to OpenMath are certainly welcomed. For examples of contributions see the previous OpenMath workshops of 2012, 2010, 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2014.

    Contributions can be either research papers, description of new Content Dictionaries, particularly ones that are suggested for formal review and adoption by the OpenMath Society, or standard enhancement proposals.

    Important Dates (all times are "anywhere on earth")

    • 20. July : Final revised papers due
    • 25. July 2016: Workshop


    Submission is continuous by e-mail to Submissions will be refereed by the Organizers within one week.

    Authors should prepare their papers in one column style of CEUR-WS for the final version and without page numbers. See for an example: paper1.tex and paper1.pdf.

    Submission categories

    • Full paper: 5–10 pages
    • Short paper: 1–4 pages
    • CD description: 1-6 pages; a .zip or .tgz file of the CDs must be attached, or a link to the CD provided.
    • Standard Enhancement Proposal: 1-10 pages (as appropriate w.r.t. the background knowledge required); a .zip or .tgz file of any related implementation (e.g. a Relax NG schema) should be attached.


    Electronic proceedings will be most probably published

    Organizers & Programme Committee

    • James Davenport, Bath, UK (co-chair)
    • Jan Willem Knopper, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands (co-chair)
    • Michael Kohlhase, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany (co-chair)

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