# non-boldface

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**nonboldface**

## English

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edit**non-boldface** (*not comparable*)

- Not boldface.
**1997**December 7, Wisconsin State Journal^{[1]}:- We prefer your resume on light colored paper, using standard non-italic,
**non-boldface**type.

**2004**, Robert M. Gray, Lee D. Davisson, An Introduction to Statistical Signal Processing, Cambridge University Press, page 113:- We will often denote a random vector in boldface as
**X**. […] It is also common to use an ordinary**non-boldface***X*and let context indicate whether*X*has dimension 1 or not. […] As we progress, however, the**non-boldface**notation will be used with increasing frequency to match current style in the literature.

**2009**, Yulia Dubov, Michael Kaminski, “The Power of Non-deterministic Reassignment in Infinite-Alphabet Pushdown Automata”, in Orna Grumberg, Michael Kaminski, Shmuel Katz, Shuly Wintner, editors, Languages: From Formal to Natural: Essays Dedicated to Nissim Francez on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday (Lecture Notes in Computer Science Sublibrary: SL 2 – Programming and Software Engineering), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, page 109:- Symbols which occur in a word denoted by a boldface letter are always denoted by the same
**non-boldface**letter with some subscript. That is, symbols which occur inare denoted by**σ***σ*, symbols which occur in_{i}are denoted by**w***w*, symbols which occur in_{i}are denoted by**X***X*, etc._{i}