Re: scanners + software + Math data and symbols ...

Discussion in 'XML' started by Joe Kesselman, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. On 9/7/2011 6:59 PM, lbrt chx _ gemale wrote:
    > Do you know of any OCR application for Math symbols?


    That's really the question you're trying to find an answer for. Once
    you've got it recognized, presumably it can be output in some suitable
    expression language which could then be rendered into MathML, TeX, or
    whatever.

    Websearch for "ocr mathematics" suggests that there may be one
    commercial product which attempts this. Maybe. It's not an easy problem
    even for typeset formulas; it's very hard if you want to scan
    handwritten documents.


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    Joe Kesselman, Sep 8, 2011
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