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## Re: [Axiom-developer] [sage-devel] Re: LaTeX code to Sage expression?

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daly |

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Re: [Axiom-developer] [sage-devel] Re: LaTeX code to Sage expression? |

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Sat, 14 May 2011 12:23:41 -0400 |

Since TeX is turing complete and allows macros,
would it be possible to create a set of macros
that are not ambiguous? For instance, an integral
macro that specifies the limits and differential
variable?
\integrate{0}{\infty}{r}{sin(\theta)}
In this case it seems to me that the latex macros
would closely approximate the actual linear input
to the CAS.
Tim Daly
On Sat, 2011-05-14 at 08:25 -0700, rjf wrote:
>* Look at*
>* http://moralfiber.org/eylon/berkeley/cs282/*
>* to see a paper,*
>* Parsing Mathematics Typeset in TeX*
>* that successfully parsed many many formulas*
>* from Gradshteyn and Rhyzik, a table of integrals.*
>* *
>* The result was Lisp, which presumably could be Maxima.*
>* If you have a result in Maxima, presumably Sage can make sense of it.*
>* *
>* Or the same design can directly produce whatever Sage-speak you had in*
>* mind.*
>* *

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