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Re: radical thoughts
- To: Ulrik Vieth <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: radical thoughts
- From: "Y&Y, Inc." <support@YandY.com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 07:08:33 -0500
At 05:34 PM 98/01/20 +0100, you wrote:
>> I know it used by physicists for elementary particles, but I haven't
>> seen it in math. Also, the bold upright lower case Greek is used for
>> vectors (I suppose in anology with math italic becoming upright bold
>> when we turn a symbol into one denoting a vector). But regular weight
>> upright lower case Greek?
>I thought we were doing something that was supposed to be usable for
>physicists as well as for mathematicians. Besides there are certain
>differences in the typographic traditions in various coutries.
Physisicts use the upright Greek letters when naming particles, not in math.
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