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Re: Wanted: MathML examples for use testing of MathML to speech

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@hoplahup.net>
Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 17:43:18 +0200
Cc: "www-math@w3.org" <www-math@w3.org>
Message-Id: <2FF7BD2E-E7FC-4949-80B3-86BE90B379DD@hoplahup.net>
To: "J.Fine" <j.fine@open.ac.uk>
What will be your testing stab?
That the formulæ make sense?

paul


Le 30 sept. 2011 à 17:14, J.Fine a écrit :

> Hi
> 
> As I'm in danger of being overwhelmed by offers of thousands of formulas that won't help me, I'll repeat and expand on my request.  I wrote:
> 
>> I'm looking for a fairly comprehensive collection of MathML
>> examples, so that visually disabled students can test the
>> ouputs of MathML to speech translation.
>> 
>> Does anyone know of such a collection, or should I create my own?
> 
> My intention, at its most basic, is to provide a visually disabled student with perhaps a hundred formulas which she should be able to understand, if spoken correctly.  I'd also welcome feedback from the student on how the speech text could be improved.
> 
> For this testing it won't help to provide the student with a formula specific to a subject they don't already know.  My goal is to test the speech text, not the student!
> 
> In short, I'm looking for the formulas that should go into the user acceptance test for a program that generates mathematics speech text.  My use of this term is similar (but different) to Wikipedia's: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acceptance_testing#User_acceptance_testing
> 
> 
> Best regards
> 
> 
> Jonathan
> 
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