Mathematics notation contains a variety of tabular structures, including matrices, lists of expressions in a derivation, stacked limit expressions in a summation, and conditional expressions in a function definition. Tabular structures are particularly difficult to recognize in handwritten mathematics notation, due to irregular placement and sizing of symbols. In this paper we briefly survey prior work, describe a representation for tabular structures in mathematics notation, and present possible directions for recognizing tabular structures in handwritten notation.
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"Directions in Recognizing Tabular Structures of Handwritten Mathematics Notation," Proc. Fourth Int'l IAPR Workshop on Graphics Recognition. Held in Kingston, Canada: 7-8 September 2001 pps. 493-499
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