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Geometry Problem Solver

Project description

Geometry Problem Solver (geosol) automatically solves a geometry problem consisting of question text and a diagram.

Geosol is consisted of largely 3 processes: 1. Textual understanding 2. Diagram understanding 3. Geometric inference

Please see below for detailed explanations. Typical usage often looks like this:

import geosol.txt as gtxt # modules for (1) import geosol.dgm as gdgm # modules for (2) import geosol.inf as ginf # modules for (3)

img = gdgm.open(“diagram.png”) qt = gtxt.open(“question.txt”) txt_rep = gtxt.rep(qt) # abstract representation of question text dgm_rep = gdgm.rep(img, txt_rep) # rep of diagram inf_mod = ginf.inf(dgm_rep, txt_rep) # inference module print(inf_mod.get_answer())

Dependencies

Standard Python packages to be installed (via pip) are: numpy, scipy, pillow, scikit-learn, tinyocr

Please note that tinyocr is an OCR package built by the same author. OCR being a distinct function itself, it has been separately packaged.

In addition, OpenCV and Python wrapper needs to be installed. Please visit the opencv web page. The author has version 2.4.

Textual Understanding

Diagram Understanding

Geometric Inference

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