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Synonyms for notation

a brief record written as an aid to the memory

Synonyms for notation

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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(31.) Proposition 6 is straightforward (if notationally cumbersome) to extend to imperfect monitoring, where player 1 does not observe player 2's move and each terminal node generates a signal drawn from a probability distribution.
We have notationally distinguished the difference between V in the traditional VMS scheme and [??] in the POD-VMS scheme as follows:
One such censoring procedure named as progressive type-II censoring scheme can be described notationally as follows.
2 In the interest of making the model setup as simple as possible notationally, we are being a little cavalier about the role of uncertainty.
We will therefore focus on the somewhat notationally simpler restriction
As shown below, the specifications of the objective function for each stage are similar conceptually but different notationally.
To discuss the effects of the ionic compositions and concentrations of bath solution, it is notationally convenient to introduce the density ratio or better known Donnan ratio [[lambda].sub.D] (3),
However, it will simplify our calculations if we use a notationally different (but equivalent) version of the new theory.
Meanwhile, notationally, 'The' is spoken, typed, or written in a sea of space between it and its noun.
(19) is rarely discussed because it is notationally awkward, without using notation such as that of Eq.
Notationally, each entity type is indicated by a variable v with its specifiers [[psi].sub.v], namely, operators [[pi].sub.v] and satellites [[sigma].sub.v].
Although in other communities it might be safe to assume that the written out ornaments were notationally superfluous, Baroque performance practice style could not be assumed to be ingrained among the Hopedale musicians.
There is nothing to indicate, given the demands of this commercial mission, that he was more than notationally aware of the state of European politics.
Although notationally intricate, our core three-region model is conceptually quite simple.