I just played around a bit and liked what I saw, though I didn't see
much, as the site was very slow.
How did you strip the dump of the non-mathematical articles?
asking because one of the major uses that I have in mind for a good
mathematical search engine would be to identify areas around topic A
(say, theoretical biology) that use the same concepts as those in
topic B (say, economics). Very often such distant fields are only
weakly connected, but solutions or approaches that work in one of them
are not infrequently transferable.
In order to be useful for such
purposes, your corpus would still have to contain the economics/
theoretical biology articles (at least those that use equations), but
I couldn't find evidence for that.
On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 2:21 PM, Jozef Misutka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I want to introduce a *mathematical* search engine working over English
> Wikipedia dump. The key advantage is simple - *it works* ;).
> Better than a nice speech is a real demo which can be found here:
> If you are somehow interested or just want to share your thoughts do not
> hesitate to contact me.
> Best regards,
> Jozef Misutka
> Charles University in Prague,
> Department of Software Engineering,
> www: http://www.ksi.mff.cuni.cz/cs/~misutka
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