This page lists the notation used in this website.

- N
- The set of nonnegative integers.
- Z, Q, R, C
- The set of integers, rationals, reals, complexes.
`i`∈`n`- 0 ≤
`i`<`n`(for`n`∈ N). - [
`a`..`b`) - Half-open interval.
- F
_{q} - Finite field of order
`q`. When`q`is a prime`p`, it's identified with the set`p`= {0, 1, ...,`p`−1} by modulo-`p`arithmetic. `R`^{n}- The set of
`n`-dimensional vectors with components in`R`. Here`n`is used as the index set. `R`^{s×n}- The set of (
`s`×`n`)-matrices with components in`R`. Here`s`and`n`is used as the index set. `L`- The function which maps a vector
`x`∈ F_{2}^{n}to the rational number ∑_{j ∈ n }2^{−j−1}`x`_{j}. `φ`- The function which maps
`x`∈ F_{2}^{s×n}to a point in the hypercube ∏_{i ∈ s}[`L`(`x`_{i}) ..`L`(`x`_{i})+2^{−n}). We frequently use the point (`L`(`x`_{i}))_{i ∈ s}in theories, however in practical integration we use the center point of each cube.