On Sunday, July 14, 2013 11:44:38 AM UTC-4, Richard Fateman wrote: > On 7/14/2013 2:46 AM, email@example.com wrote: > > ... > > > > . That's why I'd like to see the > > > DLMF completely machine-readable. > > > > > > Tim > > > > > > > The DLMF offers (click on the "i" on the right side) each > > formula in TeX and png and pMML. The last of these looks like > > XML. > > > > If having the DLMF delivered piecemeal to your browser is not > > machine-readable enough for your application, maybe you can ask > > the people at NIST for some kind of data dump. > > > > In some respects the DLMF is a disappointment because it fails > > to make the connection to computer algebra systems (or even > > computer numeric systems -- there are no programs at all). > > In other respects it is a plus. The old A&S was firmly rooted > > in the "printed tables of logarithms" era -- 1940s. The > > DLMF has moved the technology to perhaps the mid 1980s with > > a dusting of newer web-display tech.
This is news to me. I looked at the DLMF site and could only find pages which reference other publications. Can you give me a link to a page that contains the equations for an integration problem?