Computer Science Colloquium
Dr. Masakazu Suzuki
Kyushu University, Faculty of Mathematics, Japan
An integrated OCR software for mathematical documents - Infty -Mon 27.09.2004, 16:15, 60 minutes
AbstractIn the lecture, a practical integrated system for scientific documents including mathematical formulae, named `Infty' will be presented with demonstration. The system consists of three components of applications: an OCR system named `InftyReader', an editor named `InftyEditor' and converting tools into various formats. Those applications are linked each other via XML files. InftyReader recognizes scanned images of clearly printed mathematical documents and outputs the recognition results in a XML format. %, called `KML'. It recognizes complex mathematical formulae used in various research papers of mathematics including matrices. InftyEditor provides a very efficient interface to correct the recognition results using keyboard. Another feature of InftyEditor is its handwriting interface to input mathematical formulae for users with vision and speech interface for visually disabled uses. The XML files output by InftyReader/Editor can be converted into various formats: LaTeX, MathML, HTML and Braille Codes; in UBC (Unified Braille Codes) for English texts and in Japanese Braille Codes for Japanese texts. For further information, please visit the site: http://www.inftyproject.org
Bio12/01/1947 Born in Aichi-ken, Japan 1969 Bachelor of Science (Mathematics), Kyoto University 1971 Master of Science (Mathematics), Kyoto University 1977 Doctorat d'Etat es Sciences, Universite Paris VII 1975/9 - 1977/3 Attache de recherche, CNRS France 1977/4 Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering, Lecturer 1978/9 Kyushu University, Faculty of Engineering, Assistant Professor 1994/7 Kyushu University, Graduate School of Mathematics, Professor 2001/4 Kyushu University, Faculty of Mathematics,
Invited by a. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Klaus Miesenberger
The Computer Science Colloquium is organized by the Department of Coputer Science at JKU, the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Informatik (ÖGI) and the Österreichische Computergesellschaft (OCG).