Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

by Jerzy Trzeciak


[to sth; see also: like, reminiscent, resemble

It is in all respects similar to matrix multiplication. [Not: “similar as'']

In the course of writing this paper we learned that P. Fox has simultaneously obtained results similar to ours in certain respects.

The proof is similar in spirit to that of [8].

Analysis similar to that in Section 2 shows that......

Similar arguments to those above show that......

This says that f is no longer than the supremum of the boundary values of G, a statement similar to (1).

A similar result holds for......

in a similar fashion

in an exactly similar way

Back to main page