ACL 2023 – Neural Machine Translation for Mathematical Formulae

Authors: Felix Petersen, Moritz Schubotz, Andre Greiner-Petter, Bela Gipp Contact: Links: Paper The paper received the best video award:   Keywords: formula translation, equations, special functions, mathematical language processing, content language, presentation language, latex, semantic latex, mathematica

2024-01-14T00:15:58+01:00December 10th, 2023|

Wikipedia rolls out our research on providing semantic information for mathematical formulae

As of January 9, Wikipedia allows semantically enhancing mathematical formulae with the definitions of the terms they contain. For example, the formula of the famous mass-energy equivalence E=mc² now contains information on the variables E, m, and c. Clicking on the formula opens an information page (see figure) that displays the meanings of the variables and links to additional specifications of the formula’s terms. Our [...]

2024-01-13T14:27:19+01:00January 10th, 2020|

New DFG Project about math retrieval

The DFG, Germany’s organization for research funding, has awarded our group a 3-year research grant for our project: “Methods and Tools to Advance the Retrieval of Mathematical Knowledge from Digital Libraries for Search-, Recommendation- and Assistance-Systems” (Click here for more information on the project.)

2024-01-13T14:27:51+01:00August 1st, 2017|

Improved math rendering in Wikipedia

Wikipedia is using a new approach for rendering mathematical formulae - as of May 31st. This approach was developed by our group member Moritz Schubotz. Bitmap images representing formulae, were replaced with a combination of MathML (the web standard for mathematics on the web), in addition to a fallback mechanism for browsers that do not support this web standard. This [...]

2024-01-13T17:18:55+01:00May 31st, 2016|
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