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MathML to speech text

MathML is a W3C recommendation for mathematics on web pages. By speech text we mean text that when read by a screen reader gives the meaning of the mathematics, say to a visually impaired user.

This project specifies a transformation of a subset of MathML to speech text. In particular it gives examples of MathML inputs and the desired speech text outputs. End users and their representatives are, of course, most interested in this part of the speech text outputs.

Developers are, of course, most interested in the transformation, as a specified set of input/output pairs.

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