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Report of the Science Standing Committee concrening Standard Notation (with special application to the algebraical symbols used in structural engineering)

PRINCIPLES OF THE MATHEMATICAL NOTATION ON THE INDEX PRINCIPLE. The following notes coniain principles by means of which symbols may be selected. The principles are sufficiently broad, extensive, and diverse as to give a certain freedom of choice, whilst still retaining the maximum of consistency and the fullest development of the mnemonic principle.