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A survey of current math search interfaces by type: encoding language (LaTeX, MathML, etc.), template editor, and drawing.

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- 1. Survey of Math Search Interfaces Keita (Del Valle) Wangari December 2013
- 2. ENCODED LANGUAGE-BASED INTERFACES
- 3. Springer LaTeX http://www.latexsearch.com
- 4. Math Indexer and Searcher (MIaS) (Sojka & Liska, 2011)
- 5. EgoMath (Misutka & Galambos, 2011)
- 6. NIST DLMF (Miller & Youssef, 2003)
- 7. Wolfram Alpha www.wolframalpha.com
- 8. WikiMirs (Hu et al, 2013) No image available
- 9. zbMATH http://search.mathweb.org/zbl
- 10. Physikerwelt http://wiki.physikerwelt.de/wiki/Spezial:MathSearch
- 11. TEMPLATE EDITOR-BASED INTERFACES
- 12. SentidoSearch http://search.mathweb.org/sentido
- 13. MathFind (Munavalli & Miner, 2006)
- 14. Math Aware Search Engine (Nguyen, Chang, & Hui, 2012)
- 15. Symbolab http://symbolab.com/math/search
- 16. Symbolab browser extension
- 17. DRAWING-BASED INTERFACES
- 18. min interface (Sasarak et al, 2012)
- 19. References (slide 1 of 3) • Hu, X., Gao, L., Lin, X. Tang, Z., Lin, X., & Baker, J. (2013). Proceedings of the 13th ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries, 11-20. • Kohlhase, M., & Sucan, I. (2006). A search engine for mathematical formulae. Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence and Symbolic Computation, 4120, 241-253. • Misutka, J., & Galambos, L. (2011). System Description: EgoMath2 as a Tool for Mathematical Searching on Wikipedia.org. Intelligent Computer Mathematics: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 6824, 307-309.
- 20. References (slide 2 of 3) • Miller, B.R. & Youssef, A.S. (2003). Technical aspects of the digital library of mathematical functions. Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 38, 121-136. • Munavalli, R., & Miner, R. (2006). MathFind: a math-aware search engine. Proceedings of the 29th annual international ACM SIGIR conference on research and development in information retrieval, 735-735. • Nguyen, T., Chang, K., & Hui, S. C. (2012). A math-aware search engine for math question answering system. Proceedings of the 21st ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, 724-733.
- 21. References (slide 3 of 3) • Sasarak, C., Hart, K., Pospesel, R., Stalnaker, D, Hu, L., LiVolsi, R., Zhu, S., & Zanibbi, R. (2012). min: A multimodal web Interface for math search. Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval, Cambridge, MA (online). • Sojka, P., & Liska, M. (2011). The art of mathematics retrieval. Proceedings of the 11th ACM symposium on document engineering, 57-60.

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