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Suppose you are writing a mathematical text (say an article) and you want to call an object (for example, a set) by a letter. It would be cool then to have some reference (optimally available on the internet) where you could find some standard letters and notations of mathematical objects and pick one that you like. Does such a "notation dictionary" exist?

ADDED. Thanks everybody for the interesting answers! Maybe it is worth to add that I had in mind rather basic things. The question was trigged by my attempt to find a good letter to denote a subset of the segment $[0,1]$. Finally I decided to call it $T$ (in the course of the proof it turns out that $T$ is equal $[0,1]$ :) ).

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Suppose you are writing a mathematical text (say an article) and you want to call an object (for example, a set) by a letter. It would be cool then to have some reference (optimally available on the internet) where you could find some standard letters and notations of mathematical objects and pick one that you like. Does such a "notation dictionary" exist?

ADDED. Thanks everybody for the answers! Maybe it is worth to add that I had in mind rather basic things. The question was trigged by my attempt to find a good letter to denote a subset of the segment $[0,1]$. Finally I decided to call it $T$ (in the course of the proof it turns out that $T$ is equal $[0,1]$ :) ).

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# Is there a reference containing all standard mathematical notations?

Suppose you are writing a mathematical text (say an article) and you want to call an object (for example, a set) by a letter. It would be cool then to have some reference (optimally available on the internet) where you could find all more less some standard letters and notations of mathematical objects and pick one that you like. Does such a "notation dictionary" exist?

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