Math Capable Assistive Technology (MathCAT)

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Vincenzo Rubano
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Currently under active development, Math Capable Assistive Technology (MathCAT) is an open source library aimed at generating speech, braille, and navigation for Math formulas for assistive technology users. It is intended to eventually replace MathPlayer, but unfortunately it is still missing some critical features. These are being currently being worked on by the developer.

Being developed in Rust, MathCAT provides several bindings to be used from within different programming languages: at the time of writing these include C/C++, Python and Java.

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