 Nemeth Braille

For other uses, see Nemeth (disambiguation).
The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics is a Braille code for encoding mathematical and scientific notation linearly using standard sixdot Braille cells for tactile reading by the visually impaired. The code was developed by Abraham Nemeth.
The Nemeth Braille Code is an example of a compact humanreadable markup language.
External links
 An Introduction to the Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics
 National Braille Press sells Nemeth Reference Sheets in both print and braille
 Nemeth Code reference sheets for algebra in both PDF and Braille ASCII^{[dead link]}
 Online version of The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Science Notation (1972)^{[dead link]}
 Simple alternative to Nemeth Braille developed by nonsighted physicist
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