# LaTeX math in WordPress

With the right plugin you can use LaTeX to write your formulas in WordPress!

This is a nice one from my thesis:
$\mbox{score}_s(s,u) = \frac{1}{|M|} \sum_{i=1}^{|M|} \frac{1}{|S|} \sum_{j \in S} \alpha_j \cdot \mbox{sim}_j(w_i, \sigma(w_i))$

And the alternative formulation over edges instead of words and with only two similarities (Fürstenau and Lapata, 2012):
$\mbox{score}_s(s,u) = \frac{1}{C} \left ( \alpha \cdot \sum_{(x_1,x_2) \in E(M), (\sigma(x_1), \sigma(x_2)) \in E(N)} \mbox{syn}(w_i, \sigma(w_i)) + \sum_{x \in M, \sigma(x) \neq \epsilon} \mbox{sem}(w_i, \sigma(w_i)) \right )$

Cool, eh?

# Hello world!

hro: Welcome to our new blog. We’ll use this site to dump anything too useful to trash but too hard to remember at our next cup of coffee…

swk: Where do you want to attach the PP “at our next cup”? “Dump it at our next cup” or “hard to remember at our next cup”?

hro: Arrgghh, I’m writing with a computational linguist. Ok then, how do you want to phrase it then?

swk: pfff… “We’ll use this site to dump anything too useful to trash, but too hard to remember should we need it again.”