The following article is from EE Times, August 12 edition, published
by CMP Publications. The web addressed cited is
IEEE unveils HTML library
By George Leopold
WASHINGTON -- A searchable digital library compiled by the IEEE
Computer Society here is being billed as the first of its kind to
provide engineers with technical data in HTML format.
The digital library supports online publishing of documents containing
mathematical equations, the Society said. The library also allows
users to search for documents on any standard Web browser without
additional add-ins or plug-ins.
The IEEE is offering a free-access period from now through Dec. 31.
After that, all 17 of the Computer Society's periodicals and
transactions from 1995 to the present will be available to
members-only on an individual subscription basis.
Using an application called DynaWeb, the library can display equations
created in the DVI graphics format by converting the graphics into a
format viewable by any Web browser. The digital library currently
manages over a quarter-million images. The application converts
Standard Generalized Markup Language into HTML for viewing, navigation
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