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Announcing the Notation Census

From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@activemath.org>
Date: Sat, 12 Dec 2009 15:02:51 +0100
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I am happy to announce the launch of the Mathematical Notation Census,  
a web-based recollection hosted by the Math-Bridge EU project.

The intent of this census is to collect the mathematical notations in  
wide use around the world in a pictorial  form with precise references  
to existing works.


This project is a wiki intended to attract contributions from around  
the world.
A notation is generally just an "observation": name a culture, provide  
a picture, name the source.

You are welcome to register, comment, suggest further source of widely  
used mathematical texts...

Paul Libbrecht

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