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a brief record written as an aid to the memory

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a technical system of symbols used to represent special things

the activity of representing something by a special system of marks or characters

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Teachers using composition, for example, may ask students to invent notation as a means to show what they are thinking in terms of musical concepts (Bamberger, 1991/1995; Upitis, 1992).
It was a small comfort to read Roslyn Sulcas' report in The New York Times last August that following the Dance Notation Bureau's near-death experience two years earlier, Nancy Allison, the bureau's director of programs, could announce not only an expansion of staff but also a $500,000 endowment toward safeguarding its future.
What the Reader makes clear is that the mechanics and ethics of notation were paramount to Cardew, from his earliest work to his last.
Curwen saw his sol-fa notation system as doing for music reading something similar to what the modern phonetic alphabet does for reading.
A record of any notation votes that occurred during the period between regularly scheduled meetings would be included at the end of the minutes of the later meeting, as would the minutes of any unscheduled FOMC meetings, such as conference calls, that occurred during that period.
Each song is fit onto one page, in simple musical notation with the lyrics printed both within the music notation and separately for easy reading.
So far as I know, 'digital numerals', standing for prices or anything else, are written in binary notation (or in any variant of binary notation) - numerals to the base two.
At a certain mysterious point (p67, again p117) the building suddenly becomes a 'critical text', 'critical' because of its definitive use of the formal 'language' that Eisenman reveals, 'text' because of its 'notation' and the 'marks' on the facade (not graffiti, but windows and balconies).
I am just a little amused to remember that, when these responses appeared in CW5, simple guitar chords were printed above the keyboard notation. However, the guitar notation disappeared when the entire set of responses was included six years later-in tune-text notation, as Canticles 7 through 12-in the section just before the hymns in the LBW.
This paper reports on part of a wider study on the teaching and learning of the conventions of formal algebraic notation. Through the analysis of paper tasks given to teachers I argue that not only does the inherent mathematical structure have an effect on the way in which an equation is manipulated but also the visual impact of notation itself.
In 1995, after the initial joint acquisition with Notre Dame, Theodore Karp, a distinguished Midwestern musicologist at an institution not yet a Newberry partner, brought to the Newberry's attention a liturgical codex copied in about 1300 that contained a rare example of Aquitanian neumatic notation, a form of musical notation that antedated the square notation customarily found in late medieval manuscripts and early printed tomes.
A notation giving the dimensions of the taccuini in the caption of their illustration would also have been welcome.
The bibliographic notation cites volume one of Arnold Rampersad's biography The Life of Langston Hughes.
For example, his discovery of propellorized polyhedra came out of a new notation for describing polyhedra, proposed by mathematician John H.
On the other hand, in large, impersonal teaching institutions, more concrete notation may be needed.