# Too soon

It does show maths. You just have to be operating at slightly above idiot level.
A status I struggle to maintain.

# Android app doesn’t speak LaTeX

The title says it all. Disappointed. . .

# How short is your title?

What is the shortest journal paper title that you have come across? For me it is H = W, by Norman G Meyers and James Serrin (Proc Nat Acam Sci USA, 1964 – see http://www.pnas.org/cgi/reprintframed/51/6/1055).

The paper proves that $W^m_p(\Omega) = H^m_p(\Omega)$ where the first (Banach) space contains functions (distributions) whose norm,

$\Vert v\Vert_{W^m_p(\Omega)} := \left( \sum_{\vert\alpha\vert\le m}\Vert D^\alpha v\Vert_{L_p(\Omega)}^p \right)^{1/p}$

(with the usual $\mathrm{max}$ and $\mathrm{ess\, sup}$ adjustments when $p=\infty$), is finite while the second is defined as the closure of $C^\infty(\Omega) \cap W^m_p(\Omega)$ with respect to that norm. The result is true if $\Omega\subset\mathbb{R}^n$ is open but need not be if any part of the boundary is included.

By the way, not only is it a very short title, the paper itself is less than two sides.

The point of this entry to test LaTeX a bit more in this forum. I used Chrome to do this. IE seemed not to like \cap, and the LaTeX preview seems to get the math font sizes wrong…

# Fit the First

Does $\LaTeXe$ work? If so then find $u\in V$ such that $a (u, v) = $ for all $v\in V$.

This was harder than it looks. Start the code with $latex but without the space and end it with$ but make sure the code begins and ends with a space. Snarkish… Hence the borrowed title.