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We describe here how Tralics can be used to convert LaTeX documents into XML or HTML. It uses an ad-hoc DTD (a simplification of the TEI), but the translation of the math formulas is conforming to the presentation MathML 2.0 recommendations. We explain how to run and parametrize the software. We give an overview of the various MathML constructs, and how they are rendered by different browsers.
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