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Default Converting "TEX" equations in XML to HTML or XHTML


I am new to this forum. I am facing challenge in converting TEX equations in my source XML to Word Document using XSLT.

My XML is as below:

<EquationSource Format="TEX"><![CDATA[$$\sum\nolimits_{f \in F} {} \sum\nolimits_{g \in F} {{w_{fg}}\left\| {{{\bf{x}}_g} - {{\bf{x}}_f}} \right\|} $$]]></EquationSource>

My expected output is :

As i am not able to copy the equation here, uploaded in tinypic site with image.

Any pointers to start with this? Any help is appreciated.
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You will need to either write or integrate a parser for TEX equations. I wouldn't attempt to write one unless you know the subject extremely well, which I suspect you don't, or you wouldn't be posting here. A quick google showed some interesting lines to pursue, for example

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