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Re: using mathematica over the internet

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  • Subject: [mg55268] Re: using mathematica over the internet
  • From: "Jens-Peer Kuska" <kuska at>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 05:33:45 -0500 (EST)
  • Organization: Uni Leipzig
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a) there is no web frontend, you have to make your 
own web pages that
   use some functions form Mathematica
b) it is not intended, that webMathematica 
replaces you local
   Mathematica copy. webMathematica tasks have a 
time constrain
   to avoid a server overload and whe I remenber 
right, the usual
   webMathematica licensens include a part, that 
say: "Don't make a
   general frontend  for Mathematica with it."


"Chris Chiasson" <chris.chiasson at> 
schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
news:d1bhg8$m00$1 at
> Does webMathematica offer a web frontend mode? - 
> I didn't see this in
> the previews on It seems like a 
> browser could (possibly)
> be made to operate like the front end using Java 
> Script and MathML
> (think GMail vs Outlook).
> Has anyone used Mathematica over an ssh tunnel 
> (over the internet, not
> just a LAN)? I have. I used a copy of 
> Mathematica at Louisiana State
> University from Kettering (Flint, MI) once. The 
> latency on typing
> wasn't too nice. (then again, the Sun machine I 
> was on wasn't very
> speedy either)
> Maybe they'll have the product later this week, 
> like the turnaround
> time on the GDS plugin. Just kidding. :-)
> -- 
> Chris Chiasson
> Kettering University
> Mechanical Engineering
> Graduate Student
> 1 810 265 3161

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