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- Subject: Re: \ell
- From: John Purcell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 5 Aug 1993 19:29:08 -0400
I used to think the \ell was just another funny symbol until I started
studying topology. Now I find that $\ell^2$ is the standard symbol
for a special infinite dimensional topological space which figures
prominently in mathematics. When \ell is not serving this special
role I see it crop up in other places in geometry and analysis.
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