A Bayesian model for recognizing handwritten mathematical expressions

18 Sep 2014Scott MacLeanGeorge Labahn

Recognizing handwritten mathematics is a challenging classification problem, requiring simultaneous identification of all the symbols comprising an input as well as the complex two-dimensional relationships between symbols and subexpressions. Because of the ambiguity present in handwritten input, it is often unrealistic to hope for consistently perfect recognition accuracy... (read more)

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