```--- a/gabor/s0norm.m
+++ b/gabor/s0norm.m
@@ -3,23 +3,23 @@
%   Usage: y = s0norm(f);
%          y = s0norm(f,...);
%
-%   S0NORM(f) computes the S0-norm of a vector.
+%   `s0norm(f)` computes the \$S_0\$-norm of a vector.
%
-%   If the input is a matrix or ND-array, the RMS is computed along the
-%   first (non-singleton) dimension, and a vector of values is returned.
+%   If the input is a matrix or ND-array, the \$S_0\$-norm is computed along
+%   the first (non-singleton) dimension, and a vector of values is returned.
%
-%   WARNING: The S0-norm is computed by computing a full Short-time
+%   **WARNING**: The \$S_0\$-norm is computed by computing a full Short-time
%   Fourier transform of a signal, which can be quite time-consuming. Use
%   this function with care for long signals.
%
-%   S0NORM takes the following flags at the end of the line of input
+%   `s0norm` takes the following flags at the end of the line of input
%   parameters:
%
-%-     'dim',d  : Work along specified dimension. The default value of []
-%                 means to work along the first non-singleton one.
+%     'dim',d   Work along specified dimension. The default value of []
+%               means to work along the first non-singleton one.
%
-%-     'rel'    : Return the result relative to the \$l^2\$ norm (the energy) of the
-%                 signal.
+%     'rel'     Return the result relative to the \$l^2\$ norm (the energy) of the
+%               signal.

%   AUTHOR : Peter L. Soendergaard

@@ -62,4 +62,3 @@

y=assert_sigreshape_post(y,dim,permutedsize,order);

-%OLDFORMAT
```