**From:** Hans Aberg (*haberg@math.su.se*)

**Date:** Sat May 14 2005 - 09:05:20 CDT

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At 14:36 +0200 2005/05/14, Hans Aberg wrote:

*>I should say that in traditional math, I think that that only the
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*>following forms are necessary:
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*> <none>
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*> MATHEMATICAL BOLD
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*> MATHEMATICAL ITALIC
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*> MATHEMATICAL BOLD ITALIC
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*>all traditionally typeset having serifs.
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I have a vague memory of an engineering standard calling for

sans-serif forms for tensors. So perhaps this is OK after all. But

then the Greek forms are perhaps incomplete.

-- Hans Aberg

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