[see also: symbol]
By abuse of notation, we continue to write f for f1.
For simplicity, we suppress the explicit dependence on x in the notation.
This is in agreement with our previous notation.
Standard Banach space notation is used throughout. For clarity, however, we record the notation that is used most heavily.
The reader is cautioned that our notation is in conflict with that of .
Unfortunately, the notation from number theory slightly conflicts with the notation from probability theory.
Any other unexplained notation is as found in Fox (1995).
The notation F<G will mean that......
Let us introduce the temporary notation Ff for gfg-1.
One more piece of notation: throughout the paper we write...... for......
From (ii), with an obvious change in notation, we get......