# Difference between revisions of "Improving Accessibility to Mathematical Formulas: the Wikipedia Math Accessor"

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− | '''Improving Accessibility to Mathematical Formulas: the Wikipedia Math Accessor''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in | + | {{Infobox work |

+ | | title = Improving Accessibility to Mathematical Formulas: the Wikipedia Math Accessor | ||

+ | | date = 2011 | ||

+ | | authors = [[Leo Ferres]]<br />[[José Fuentes Sepúlveda]] | ||

+ | | doi = 10.1145/1969289.1969322 | ||

+ | | link = http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=1969289.1969322 | ||

+ | }} | ||

+ | '''Improving Accessibility to Mathematical Formulas: the Wikipedia Math Accessor''' - scientific work related to [[Wikipedia quality]] published in 2011, written by [[Leo Ferres]] and [[José Fuentes Sepúlveda]]. | ||

== Overview == | == Overview == | ||

− | Mathematics accessibility is an important topic for inclusive education. | + | Mathematics accessibility is an important topic for inclusive education. Authors tackle the problem of accessing a large repository of mathematical formulas, by providing a natural language description of the more than 350,000 [[Wikipedia]] formulas using a well-researched sub-language targetting Spanish speakers, for whom assistive technologies, particularly domain-specific technologies like the one described here, are scarce. |

## Latest revision as of 05:50, 23 May 2020

Authors | Leo Ferres José Fuentes Sepúlveda |
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Publication date | 2011 |

DOI | 10.1145/1969289.1969322 |

Links | Original |

**Improving Accessibility to Mathematical Formulas: the Wikipedia Math Accessor** - scientific work related to Wikipedia quality published in 2011, written by Leo Ferres and José Fuentes Sepúlveda.

## Overview

Mathematics accessibility is an important topic for inclusive education. Authors tackle the problem of accessing a large repository of mathematical formulas, by providing a natural language description of the more than 350,000 Wikipedia formulas using a well-researched sub-language targetting Spanish speakers, for whom assistive technologies, particularly domain-specific technologies like the one described here, are scarce.