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Correct spelling:
the activity of representing something by a special system of marks or characters


arithmetic, mathematics.
notation, notational system.
alert, badge, banner, beacon, brand, crest, cue, denotation, designation, emblem, figuration, flag, gesticulation, gesture, guidepost, hint, icon, indication, insignia, key, label, legend, lighthouse, logo, logotype, marker, motion, pointer, prompt, semaphore, sign, signal, signpost, stamp, symbol, tag, ticket, token, wave, wink.
annotation, notational system, note.
bit, character, cipher, digit, figure, integer, number, numeral.
authorship, calligraphy, composition, correspondence, formulation, handwriting, journalism, literature, portrayal, recording, rewriting, transcription, typescript, writing, ghostwriting.
written remarks
chit, code, documentation, jotting, memo, memorandum, note, record, representation, script, system, Noting, Characters, figures, signs, symbols.
Examples of usage:
  1. We are surely justified in expecting that by a prolonged examination of every part of the brain structure, and the notation of the mental symptoms, we shall arrive in future at more definite results; that the locality of special disorders will be discovered, and that the correlation of morbid mental and diseased cerebral states will become more and more complete, that the scientific classification of mental maladies may be one day based upon pathological as well as clinical knowledge, and psychology be founded, in part at least, upon our acquaintance with the functions of the brain. – Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles by Daniel Hack Tuke
  2. 296; scheme and principles of his new musical notation, i. – Rousseau Volumes I. and II. by John Morley
  3. They are as follows: 1 2 3 4, 1 2 4 3, 1 3 2 4, 1 3 4 2, 1 4 3 2, 2 1 4 3, 2 4 1 3. Taking the last example, this notation means that we place a lion in the second square of first row, fourth square of second row, first square of third row, and third square of fourth row. – Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney
  4. Sir William Herschel had already employed a method which differed mainly in his notation, a . – A Plan for Securing Observations of the Variable Stars by E. C. Pickering
  5. Worcester's notation is " yun'yun." – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown