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%What we need is a deep FAIR mathematical interoperability framework which takes ``semantic referencing'' of mathematical objects seriously and builds differing, but equivalent, representation approaches into the system at the core.

%OpenMath and content MathML go the first step towards this by ``semantically referencing'' a concept via its name and a pointer to the content dictionary that defines it, but lack a system of interpretations (crosswalks) between content dictionaries.

%Humans use such crosswalks all the time e.g. for coordinate transformations or unit changes.

%Such representation formalisms with first-class interpretations have been pioneered by the proposers (and practically developed as the ``Math-in-the-Middle framework'' in the OpenDreamKit project), but have to be adapted to mathematical data and scaled to EOSC levels, and standardized for deep FAIRness.

%Such representation formalisms with first-class interpretations have been pioneered by the proposers (and practically developed as the ``Mth-in-the-Middle framework'' in the OpenDreamKit project), but have to be adapted to mathematical data and scaled to EOSC levels, and standardized for deep FAIRness.