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the non-standard notation f ∗ (P) and f (Q) used in the first edition to the standard notation f (P) and f −1 (Q), respectively. Whereas the author still finds the notation used in the first edition superior in terms of avoiding confusion with inverse functions,

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the non-standard notation f ∗ (P) and f (Q) used in the first edition to the standard notation f (P) and f −1 (Q), respectively. Whereas the author still finds the notation used in the first edition superior in terms of avoiding confusion with inverse functions,
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