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This is a free web-based math equation editor integrated with ASP.NET. You can use the supplied API/XML to generate DLLs for various languages, or build your own using the.NET Framework. Also, you can configure how math expressions are rendered by the server, based on the input XML.
Do you need to render math equations in Web Applications or in Windows Forms Applications? You can use Equation Server for.NET in both scenarios. MathML is supported for both cases.

Byrd v Prudential Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co. (2015 NY Slip Op 03517)

Byrd v Prudential Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co.

2015 NY Slip Op 03517

Decided on April 22, 2015

Appellate Division, Second Department

Published by New York State Law Reporting Bureau pursuant to Judiciary Law § 431.

This opinion is uncorrected and subject to revision before publication in the Official Reports.

Decided on April 22, 2015
Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department


(Index No. 532/11)

[*1]Ricky Byrd, etc., et al., respondents,
vPrudential Property and Casualty Insurance Company, et al., appellants.

Carroll McNulty & Kull LLC, New York, N.Y. (James R. Fitzgerald of counsel), for appellants.
Valenti & Associates, P.C., New York, N.Y. (Michael S. Pabon and Joseph Valenti of counsel), for respondents.

In an action, inter alia, to recover damages for breach of contract and bad faith, defendants Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance Company and Prudential Insurance Company of America appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County (Baynes, J.), dated January 31, 2014, which denied their motion for summary judgment dismissing the complaint.

Equation Server For .NET [Updated] 2022

If you need to convert large amount of MathML equations to images, MathML to Bitmap conversion is the perfect choice. With “MathML Renderer for.NET”, you can easily generate any MathML-formatted equation as Bitmap, even on windows CE platform.

The equations in above picture are converted from LaTeX to MathML and stored as images. All the equations are generated to a GDI+.NET Bitmap. If you are using windows CE platform, you can save the bitmap images as a Jpeg file.
Mathematical Functions:
· Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Power, Log
· Minimum, Maximum, Logical Product, Logical Sum
· Abs, Abs, Integer Part, Floor, Ceiling, ChangeSign
· Im, Im, Cos, Sin, Tan
· Min, Max, Min, Max, Range, Ranges, Max, Min, Max, Range, Ranges, Max, Min, Max, Range, Ranges,
· Cos, Sin, Tan, Sqrt, Tanh, Ceil, Trunc
· Abs, Min, Max, Abs, Min, Max, Range, Ranges, Max, Min, Max, Range, Ranges
· Sinh, Cosh, Tanh, Log
· Mod, Div, And, Or, Xor
· Mopr, Floorr, Ceilr

MathML To Bitmap Converter:
MathML To Bitmap converter is a fast and easy to use solution to visualize MathML equations in your windows application. The converter includes two classes one is MathMLClass.cs which converts MathML to.NET Bitmap and another class MathmlToBitmapConverter.cs that converts MathML to.NET Bitmap.
The MathML conversion can be used on multiple platforms including windows CE, windows Phone,.NET as well as.NET Windows Forms.
The MathML conversion class is coded with.NET framework 4.0 and uses MathML Renderer for.NET to render the MathML equations to images. It is simple and easy to use and you can customise this converter according to your own requirement and requirements. The MathML to Bitmap Converter can be used for various purposes. MathML to Bitmap Converter can be used in Data-Entry applications, Text-Editing applications, Flash, Silverlight and windows phone applications. With this component you

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· MathML-enabled browser such as IE, Netscape or Opera
· GDI+ available on your web browser
·.NET Framework is installed and used
· Web browser is protected from the automation of MathML rendering
· GDI+ in server-side mode available (requires the installed.NET Framework)
· MathML processing in ASP.NET is enabled (requires the installed.NET Framework)
· MathML rendering is available in client-side mode (requires.NET Framework)
· MathML is used to display equations and other formulae which are converted to MathML by Equation Server for.NET
The Visual Studio Express Edition Community Edition is free to use for non-commercial and development purposes and it can be downloaded at Microsoft Website.
The ‘Equation Server for.NET’ Visual Studio Express Edition Community Edition is free to use for non-commercial and development purposes and it can be downloaded at

“Equation Server for.NET” for Visual Studio Visual Studio 2008 Express for Windows.NET
Microsoft has released today the Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2008 Express Edition which is free to use for non-commercial and development purposes and can be downloaded at
Note that “Equation Server for.NET” is only available for Windows OS. For now you can find here the link to download the ‘Microsoft Visual Studio.NET 2008 Express Edition”.

MathML vs. MathML-ized HTML Math.net.com Has a list of syntax-compliant LaTeX(latex) and MathML encodings. Although LaTeX has been the standard format for technical and mathematical documents since the early 90s, most document creation and publication software and OSs have little or no support for this popular format. In a lot of cases, you have to use a prepackaged LaTeX-to-HTML converter just to get your LaTeX document to a format that the standard HTML document browser can render.
Math.net’s MathML extension is an XML-based encoding for LaTeX and related math documents. It was designed to provide a standard format for exchanging mathematics into the World Wide Web. It is HTML with markers to make it easy for browsers to parse and display mathematical content.
Math.net now supports two different formats: PDF/LaTeX (Math.net LaTeX) and HTML

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Equation Server for.NET is a.NET Server Application that allows rendering graphical objects based on mathematical expressions.
The application uses MathML and LaTeX (or pTeX) support to generate images, stored in a predetermined position, that can be used in a variety of applications.
As the image data is generated directly in a.NET assembly you can save it as a JPEG, GIF, BMP, Wmf or PNG image and include the MathML/LaTeX code in that image. When you save the image the MathML/LaTeX code is included so the client application can use the data.
The MathML data could also be read from the JPEG file by simply opening the image as a GDI+ graphics object.
As the images can be used on Web Applications as well as in.NET Windows Forms Applications you can create functionality like:
· Clickable Lable that opens a Web Site
· Touchable Image that opens a Windows Forms Application
· Image Editor
· Image Viewer
· or even set as background image.
You can see a live.NET Server Control with Equation Server for.NET on the screenshots below.
Client Web Application Example:
Saving the MathML as a JPEG (with embedded code):
Server Side Code:
Option 1: Send MathML code as an encoded string “Buffer=” + MathMLCode
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Web;
using System.Web.UI;
using System.Web.UI.WebControls;
using System.Drawing;
using MathAnalysis;
using MathAnalysis.LaTeX;
using MathAnalysis.TeXML.MathObjects;

public class MathMLModule : System.Web.UI.Page
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)

public void Buffer(string MathMLCode)

// Change the message if you want
string Message = “MathML code uploaded”;

// Create a buffer to hold the MathML code
StringBuilder Buffer = new StringBuilder();

// Add the MathML Code to the buffer

// Write the Buffer to the Response stream
// and send it to the client
Response.ContentType = “application/octet-stream”;

System Requirements:

1. 5 GHz Processor
2. 2 GB RAM
3. 4 GB free space
4. OS X 10.6 and above.
5. Camera with High Resolution Video Codec
Please see details below for more information on required settings for your camera.
– Resolution: 1920 x 1080
– Framerate: 30 fps
– Picture Format: JPEG 2000
– Codec: H.264
– Compression: Minimum
– Quality: High
– Bitrate: Maximum
– Frame rate:


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