### Table 2: Equivalence between areas of mathematics cov- ered in MathML and the CDs in OM97 4.2.2 Mathematical Objects and Type Systems Both OpenMath and MathML content encodings are based on the concept of expression trees. The terminal nodes represent basic (atomic) objects, and the internal nodes represent compound objects.

"... In PAGE 4: ... Also, there is no equivalence of OM93 Poly CD in OM97. Table2 shows the comparable equiva- lence between the CDDe nitions in the new CDs with di erent areas of mathematics covered in MathML.... ..."

### Table 1 The basic mathematical model

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### TABLE 6: Basic mathematical functions

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"... In PAGE 60: ...A.2 Basic Mathematical Functions TABLE6 : Basic mathematical functions function argument type(s) return type description abs double or int or long or com- plex double or int or long (complex returns double) absolute value complex case: angle complex double in the range [-pi, pi] angle or argument of the complex number: ceil double double ceiling function, which returns the smallest (closest to neg- ative infinity) double value that is not less than the argu- ment and is an integer. compare double, double int compare two numbers, returning -1, 0, or 1 if the first argu- ment is less than, equal to, or greater than the second.... ..."

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### Table 1. Basic Workflow Concepts

"... In PAGE 3: ...). These concepts are mapped onto CPN types as shown in Table1 . As indicated, CPN uses Standard ML types (e.... ..."