### Some articles on *denote, denotes*:

Complex Space - Two Dimensions

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**denote**, and sometimes to**denote**the space represented in the Argand diagram (with the Riemann sphere referred to as the "exten ... In the present context of, it is understood to**denote**...Selberg Sieve - Description

... For each p in P, let Ap

... For each p in P, let Ap

**denote**the set of elements of A divisible by p and extend this to let Ad the intersection of the Ap for p dividing d, when d is a product of distinct primes from P ... Further let A1**denote**A itself ...Linear-nonlinear-Poisson Cascade Model - Mathematical Formulation - Single-filter LNP

... Let

... Let

**denote**the spatio-temporal stimulus vector at a particular instant, and**denote**a linear filter (the neuron's linear receptive field), which is a vector with the same number of elements as ... Let**denote**the nonlinearity, a scalar function with non-negative output ...Stochastic Processes And Boundary Value Problems - The Dirichlet-Poisson Problem

... bi as above, and the matrix field σ is chosen so that For a point x ∈ Rn, let Px

... bi as above, and the matrix field σ is chosen so that For a point x ∈ Rn, let Px

**denote**the law of X given initial datum X0 = x, and let Ex**denote**expectation with respect to Px ... Let τD**denote**the first exit time of X from D ... reduces to and solves (P1) in the sense that if**denotes**the characteristic operator for X (which agrees with A on C2 functions), then Moreover, if v ∈ C2(D R) satisfies (P2) and there exists ...Eigentone - Coupled Oscillators

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**denote**the horizontal displacement of the left mass, and x2(t) to**denote**the displacement of the right mass ... If we**denote**acceleration (the second derivative of x(t) with respect to time) as, the equations of motion are Since we expect oscillatory motion of a normal mode (where ...### More definitions of "denote":

- (
*verb*): Be a sign or indication of.

Example:*"Her smile denoted that she agreed"*

- (
*verb*): Have as a meaning.

Synonyms: refer

### Famous quotes containing the word denote:

“‘Tis not alone my inky cloak, good mother,

Nor customary suits of solemn black,

...

Together with all forms, moods, shapes of grief,

That can *denote* me truly.”

—William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

“We *denote* this primary wisdom as Intuition, whilst all later teachings are tuitions.”

—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)