What is meant by physical notations?
"Physical notations" refer to the symbolic representation and description of physical quantities, units, and formulas. These notations are essential for communication and documentation in the natural sciences and engineering. They enable a standardized and precise depiction of physical concepts and relationships.
Typical functions of software in the field of "physical notations" include:

Symbol Libraries:
 Providing comprehensive libraries with standard symbols for various physical quantities and units.
 Ability to customize and expand the library with userdefined symbols.

Formula Editor:
 Tools for entering and editing mathematical and physical formulas.
 Support for LaTeX or similar formula syntax for precise representation.

Unit Conversion:
 Functions for automatic conversion between different physical units.
 Support for userdefined units and conversion factors.

Diagram and Graph Creation:
 Creation of diagrams and graphs to visualize physical relationships.
 Integration of data from experiments or simulations for representation in the diagrams.

Simulation and Analysis Tools:
 Conducting physical simulations to illustrate and analyze concepts.
 Tools for numerical analysis and solving physical equations.

Documentation and Export Functions:
 Creating reports and documentation with embedded physical notations.
 Export options in various formats like PDF, Word, or LaTeX.
Examples of physical notations:
 Mechanics: Representation of forces, accelerations, and motions, e.g., F = ma (Newton's law).
 Electromagnetism: Description of electric and magnetic fields, e.g., Maxwell's equations.
 Thermodynamics: Representation of energy and heat flows, e.g., Q = mcΔT (heat quantity).
 Quantum Mechanics: Notation of wave functions and operators, e.g., Schrödinger equation.