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It must lead to more in-depth text

It must be in a form that is easy to update and extend.

It must help readers searching for a topic.

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Most text in this system is in one of two forms: “book text” and “core text”.

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Book text gives an orderly development of mathematical ideas.

Shorter and more narrowly focused than most math books.

Theorems, proof, definitions, examples

Other books attached in a tree-like structure.

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Short, highly-linked texts, organized around a concept or method

Discursive, condensed discussions of a mathematical topic

Previews, surveys, summaries, leading to other text.

Helps the user navigate to other topics.

The same topic may reappear in several core texts.

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Core Text

Real

Numbers

main essay

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Core Text

Real

Numbers

Complex

Numbers

Vector

Spaces

Sets of Real

Numbers

Functions of a Real

Variable

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Core Text and Book Text

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First step of a very long term project.

Need for contributors and collaboration.

Goal is the building of large-scale structures of mathematical text.

- Varieties of Mathematical Text
- The Mathematics Hypertext Project (MHP)
- Text on Real Numbers
- Many more views of the real numbers
- Organizing Multiple Theories
- Hypertext Structures
- Book Text
- Core Text
- Mathematics Hypertext Project

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