From: Alex Degtyarev <degt@fe...>  20110322 07:00:40

I would try to start with $ C{}_1{}^i_{kl}{}^{pq}_r $ At the expense of slightly worse position of the first index, this should level them all. > Original Message > From: Aleks Kleyn [mailto:Aleks_Kleyn@...] > Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 4:08 AM > To: 'A place for MiKTeX users to discuss MiKTeX related questions.' > Subject: Re: [MiKTeX] structured index > > I will try to explain. Assume I use transformation f. then it has > coordinates f^i_j. however I may have so much these transformations > that I > need to enumerate f itself. If I write f^i_{kj} then it is not clear > the > function of k. does it enumerates f or this is index. So I clearly > separate > indexes that serves different functionality and each group is separated > by > symbol \cdot. If structure of all such indexes is the same I could use > macros to write as was suggested > f_{k\cdot j}^{\hphantom{k\cdot}i} (it works); but I have different > index > structures. It may be for instance > C_1{}^i_{kl}{}^{pq}_r > I use such indexes when I study tower of representations or components > of > Gateaux derivative. And when derivative is of high order in module I > need > clearly separate index that enumerates function from index that > enumerate > independent variable. > > Aleks Kleyn > http://sites.google.com/site/AleksKleyn/ > http://arxiv.org/a/kleyn_a_1 > http://AleksKleyn.blogspot.com/ > > Original Message > From: Mike "Pomax" Kamermans [mailto:pomax@...] > Sent: Monday, March 21, 2011 11:42 AM > To: A place for MiKTeX users to discuss MiKTeX related questions. > Subject: Re: [MiKTeX] structured index > > On 3/20/2011 10:29 AM, Aleks Kleyn wrote: > > I very often use in text the expression like > > \[ > > A_{1\cdot}{}^i_k > > \] > > However I put attention that index k is positioned bellow than index > 1. > > There is impression like k is index for 1. How I can make sure that > index > k > > is positioned on the same lavel as 1. > > Just out of curiosity, with "k" on the same line, what does your > expression say? I don't know what you intend to write, but with "k" on > the baseline for "1", I see "1 (dot) kwithioverit", with the "i" > belonging to "k", and nothing else. If that's what you intended to > write, then your TeX formula is wrong. It would be better to then write > your formula as three components that follow each other, possibly with > using relstack and phantom commands to ensure correct alignment. If, > however, you meant "1 (dot)" with a superscript "i" and subscript "k", > then "k" should not be on the baseline for "1" at all, because it's > only > a subscript if it's lower than the parent's baseline. > > There are various ways to force "1" and "k" to share the same baseline, > but what is the mathematical concept you're trying to write out? > >  Mike "Pomax" Kamermans > nihongoresources.com > >  >  >  > Colocation vs. Managed Hosting > A question and answer guide to determining the best fit > for your organization  today and in the future. > http://p.sf.net/sfu/internapsfd2d > _______________________________________________ > MiKTeXUsers mailing list > MiKTeXUsers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers > > >  >  > Enable your software for Intel(R) Active Management Technology to meet > the > growing manageability and security demands of your customers. > Businesses > are taking advantage of Intel(R) vPro (TM) technology  will your > software > be a part of the solution? Download the Intel(R) Manageability Checker > today! http://p.sf.net/sfu/inteldev2devmar > _______________________________________________ > MiKTeXUsers mailing list > MiKTeXUsers@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/miktexusers 