Definitions for "Notation"
Keywords:  unparsed, parser, sgml, xml, declared
a special declaration that identifies the format of non-text external data so that the XML application will know how handle the data
When content is not made up of standard data characters, the use of notations allows documents to incorporate or reference non-SGML data (such as graphics, video, sound, or small software applications).
An XML structure that identifies the type of content contains by an element and suggesting a viewer to present it.
the system of figures, letters, and signs used in arithmetic and algebra to express number, quantity, or operations.
The method used to record a game. See algebraic.
The notation for chess moves used in this book is known as ALGEBRAIC or STANDARD NOTATION. The first eight chapters use LONG ALGEBRAIC NOTATION and the last eight chapters use SHORT ALGEBRAIC NOTATION. You may come across some books (published before about 1980) using a different notation: P-K4 instead of e2-e4. This is DESCRIPTIVE NOTATION.
Any particular system of characters, symbols, or abbreviated expressions used in art or science, to express briefly technical facts, quantities, etc.
A notation is a technical system of symbols used to represent unique things, such as ∑ for sum, € for Euro currency and ∞ for infinity. For high level computer languages, the notation is defined by a syntax that varies from language to language. For domain-oriented development, the domain terminology defines the domain notation. In each case, Intentional Software separates the notation from the code so that multiple notations can be used to express the same thing.
A system of characters, symbols, or abbreviated expressions used to express technical facts or qualities.
Literal or etymological signification.
Keywords:  trouble, simplify, change
To simplify the notation: It is too much trouble to change now.
a comment or instruction (usually added); "his notes were appended at the end of the article"; "he added a short notation to the address on the envelope"
The act or practice of recording anything by marks, figures, or characters.
the activity of representing something by a special system of marks or characters
a special kind of user interface which puts some abstract structure in concrete terms
a form of a program, usually a visual one, useful to human understanding
Keywords:  vertices, edges, faces
E = Edges; V = Vertices; F = Faces
a way of presenting a program to humans, and allowing them to interact with it
a description of how information should be processed
Keywords:  moves, methods, recording
Methods of recording moves.
Keywords:  component, location, see
See component location.