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## Backus–Naur form

One of the greatest motivating forces for Donald Knuth when he began developing the original TeX system was to create something that allowed simple construction of mathematical formulae, whilst looking professional when printed. The fact that he succeeded was most probably why Tex and later on, LaTeX became so popular within the scientific community.

Regardless of the history, typesetting mathematics is one of LaTeX's greatest strengths. However, it is also a large topic due to the existence of so much mathematical notation. So, this will be part one - getting to know the basics.

LaTeX needs to know beforehand that the subsequent text does in fact contain mathematical elements. This is because LaTeX typesets maths notation differently than normal text.

Therefore, special environments have been declared for this purpose. They can be distinguished into two categories depending on how they are presented:. As maths require special environments, there are naturally the appropriate environment names you can use in the standard way.

Unlike most other environments however, there are some handy shorthands to declaring your formulae. The following table summarises them:. Additionally, there is second possible environment for the displayed type of formulae: equation. The difference between this and displaymath is that equation also adds sequential equation numbers by the side. See mathenv. Mathematics has lots and lots of symbols! If there is one aspect of maths that is difficult in LaTeX it is trying to remember how to produce them.

There are of course a set of symbols that can be accessed directly from the keyboard:. Beyond those listed above, distinct commands must be issued in order to display the desired symbols. And there are a lot! Greek letters, set and relations symbols, arrows, binary operators, etc. Too many to remember, and in fact, they would overwhelm this tutorial if I tried to list them all. Therefore, for a complete reference document, try symbols. We will of course see some of these symbols used throughout the tutorial.

For those who need their memories refreshed, that's the top and bottom respectively! You can also embed fractions within fractions, as shown in the examples below:.

Powers and indices are mathematically equivalent to superscripts and subscripts in normal text mode. How to use them is best shown by example:. However, this can be generalised to produce a root of any magnitude:. LaTeX will automatically ensure that the size of the root notation adjusts to the size of the contents.

The n is optional, and without it will output a square root. Also, regardless of the size of root you're after, e. The use of brackets soon becomes important when dealing with anything but the most trivial equations. Without them, formulae can become ambiguous. Also, special types of mathematical structures, such as matrices typically rely on brackets to enclose them.

You may recall that you already have the [ ] symbols at your disposal, which should be more than adequate for most peoples' needs. So why the need for a dedicated section? Well, I think that can be shown by example:. The first example shows what would happen if you used the standard bracket characters. As you can see, they would be fine for an equation a simple equation that remained on a single line e.

The second example illustrates the LaTeX way of coping with this problem. You must enclose the expression that you want in brackets with these commands.

The dots after the command should be replaced with one of the characters depending on the style of bracket you want. There are in fact many more possible symbols that can be used, but are somewhat uncommon. Please check out table 5 from the symbols reference symbols. LaTeX doesn't have a specific matrix command to use. It instead has a slightly more generalised environment called array. The array environment is basically equivalent to the table environment see tutorial 4 to refresh your mind on table syntax.

Arrays are very flexible, and can be used for many purposes, but we shall focus on matrices. You can use the array to arrange and align your data as you want, and then enclose it with appropriate left and right brackets, and this will give you your matrix. For a simple 2x2 matrix:. Files: mathenv.

## A Tutorial Introduction to R

In computer science , Backus—Naur form [ pronunciation? They are applied wherever exact descriptions of languages are needed: for instance, in official language specifications, in manuals, and in textbooks on programming language theory. In Western society, grammar was long regarded as a subject for teaching, rather than scientific study; descriptions were informal and targeted at practical usage. In the first half of the 20th century, linguists such as Leonard Bloomfield and Zellig Harris started attempts to formalize the description of language, including phrase structure. Meanwhile, string rewriting rules as formal logical systems were introduced and studied by mathematicians such as Axel Thue in , Emil Post s—40s and Alan Turing Noam Chomsky , teaching linguistics to students of information theory at MIT , combined linguistics and mathematics by taking what is essentially Thue's formalism as the basis for the description of the syntax of natural language.

Please share and remix noncommercially, mentioning its origin. The source code for this document is here. Comments, suggestions, criticism, corrections are most welcome. Please submit these via the issues page. These notes contain many sample calculations. It is important to do these yourself— type them in at your keyboard and see what happens on your screen —to get the feel of working in R. Exercises in the middle of a section should be done immediately when you get to them, and make sure you have them right before moving on.

In computer science , extended Backus—Naur form EBNF is a family of metasyntax notations, any of which can be used to express a context-free grammar. EBNF is used to make a formal description of a formal language such as a computer programming language. The earliest EBNF was developed by Niklaus Wirth incorporating some of the concepts with a different syntax and notation from Wirth syntax notation. However, many variants of EBNF are in use. However, according to Zaytsev this standard "only ended up adding yet another three dialects to the chaos" and, after noting its lack of success, also notes that the ISO EBNF is not even used in all ISO standards. Other EBNF variants use somewhat different syntactic conventions.

## Regular Expression Language - Quick Reference

Both patterns and strings to be searched can be Unicode strings str as well as 8-bit strings bytes. However, Unicode strings and 8-bit strings cannot be mixed: that is, you cannot match a Unicode string with a byte pattern or vice-versa; similarly, when asking for a substitution, the replacement string must be of the same type as both the pattern and the search string. This behaviour will happen even if it is a valid escape sequence for a regular expression. Usually patterns will be expressed in Python code using this raw string notation.

One of the greatest motivating forces for Donald Knuth when he began developing the original TeX system was to create something that allowed simple construction of mathematical formulae, whilst looking professional when printed. The fact that he succeeded was most probably why Tex and later on, LaTeX became so popular within the scientific community. Regardless of the history, typesetting mathematics is one of LaTeX's greatest strengths. However, it is also a large topic due to the existence of so much mathematical notation.

Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. Make sure you add these. See the next point. There are also other possibilities how to view the code for the formula or the whole post.

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