On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 2:00 AM, Charles R Harris <charlesr.harris@gmail.com> wrote:

That's already a rule, although it could be expressed even clearer. My understanding is: latex only in the Notes section, and even there very sparingly.

Ralf

Example,Compute the qr factorization of a matrix.

Factor the matrix `a` as `qr`, where `q` is orthonormal

(:math:`dot( q_{:,i}, q_{:,j}) = \delta_{ij}`, the Kronecker delta) and

`r` is upper-triangular.

Arrggghhhh... Totally. Unreadable. Why not say the columns of q are orthonormal vectors and r is upper triangular? The math tutorial should go in the notes, if anywhere. Might mention that this is a 'thin' factorization (Golub). Let me propose a rule: no math markup in the summary, ever.

That's already a rule, although it could be expressed even clearer. My understanding is: latex only in the Notes section, and even there very sparingly.

Ralf