Three Typefaces for Mathematics

The most effective typefaces for mathematical notation are those that have been created or adapted especially for it, anticipating both the typographic and the technical issues involved. This extensive dissertation examines the development of three typefaces which shed light on different aspects of those issues, and how their designs evolved in response to the available means of composing mathematical work.


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