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In this paper we present an ongoing effort in the computational linguistic field to develop multilingual
assistive technologies for mathematics. The approach is based on the Grammatical Framework used
in combination with UMCL and semantic encodings of mathematics like OpenMath and MathML3.
We review the formats for supporting alternative modalities of presentation of mathematics in order
to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed approach. Finally we describe a very initial prototype
built using off-the-shelf speech synthesis to interface to the Sage suite of computer algebra systems.
CitationArchambault, D. [et al.]. Using GF in multimodal assistants for mathematics. A: Digitization and E-Inclusion in Mathematics and Science. "The International Workshop on Digitization and E-Inclusion in Mathematics and Science 2012, DEIMS12 February 8 – 10, 2012, Tokyo : proceedings". Tokyo: 2012, p. 1-10.
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