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On-line recognition of handwritten equations in a nutshell

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For over three decades, LaTeX has tormented countless souls. Beginners commonly find themselves spending too much time on coding, instead of writing the whole document. Even for the experienced, typesetting mathematical equations is not always a trivial task.

Thanks to the advancement in technology, the path to the end of suffering is revealed. We now have apps for recognising handwritten equations. This talk aims to explain the recognition process in detail, and attempts to list the challenges behind.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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