A structured Wikipedia for mathematics: Mathematics in a web 2.0 world
|A structured Wikipedia for mathematics: Mathematics in a web 2.0 world|
|Published in||ICSOFT 2010 - Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Software and Data Technologies|
|Keyword(s)||Mathematics, Online collaboration, Organization, Web 2.0 technologies (Extra: Hierarchical structures, Mathematics, Online collaboration, Organization, Search functionality, Web 2.0, Wikipedia, Mathematical techniques, Technology, Web services)|
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A structured Wikipedia for mathematics: Mathematics in a web 2.0 world is a 2010 conference paper written in English by Lin H. and published in ICSOFT 2010 - Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Software and Data Technologies.
In this paper, we propose a new idea for developing a collaborative online system for storing mathematical work similar to Wikipedia, but much more suitable for storing mathematical results and concepts. The main idea proposed in this paper is to design a system that would allow users to store mathematics in a structured manner, which would make related work easier to find. The proposed system would have users use indentation to add a hierarchical structure to mathematical results and concepts entered into the system. The hierarchical structure provided by the indentation of results and concepts would provide users with additional search functionality useful for finding related work. Additionally, the system would automatically link related results by using the structure provided by users, and also provide other useful functionality. The system would be flexible in terms of letting users decide how much structure to add to each mathematical result or concept to ensure that contributors are not overly burdened with having to add too much structure to each result. The system proposed in this paper serves as a starting point for discussion on new ideas to organize mathematical results and concepts, and many open questions remain for new research.
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