Linguistic Symbols

Matt Dickenson edited this page Jan 24, 2015 · 2 revisions

Greek alphabet

Α, α ("alpha", aka "weird A"); ASCII: 913/945, Unicode: U+0391/U+03B1, HTML: Α/`α

  1. Alpha. The first letter of the Greek alphabet. [ref]

Θ, θ ("theta", aka "O with line"); ASCII: 920/952, Unicode: U+0398/U+03B8, HTML: Θ/`θ

  1. Theta. The eighth letter of the Greek alphabet. Often used in machine learning to represent a set of parameters. See also: Computational Symbols. [ref]

Ω, ω ("omega", aka "weird O"); ASCII: 937/969, Unicode: U+03A9/U+03C9, HTML: Ω/ω

  1. Omega. The 24th and final letter of the Greek alphabet. See also: Computational Symbols. [ref]
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