subscripted variable

subscripted variable

[səb′skrip·təd ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(mathematics)
A symbolic name for an array of variables whose elements are identified by subscripts.
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The star subscripted variables are used as the nondimensional quantity in later equations, while the fully subscripted variable is more clearly descriptive and used where not excessive.
where the subscript signals that the covariance is to be calculated with the subscripted variable held fixed, and then the expectation E is taken over the subscripted variable.
From the computational point of view the equalities in the Remarkable procedure serve now both to assign a value to an (uninitialized) subscripted variable and to test a value of an (initialized) subscripted variable.
Improving register allocation for subscripted variables. In Proceedings ACM SIGPLAN '90 Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation, White Plains, NY, pp.
Do I need doubly subscripted variables or triple subscripted variables?