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Commonly, in the mathematical literature, the Heaviside function it is not simply refereed as H(t-theta). The letter H is drawn with a different letter. My question is: How to define the Heaviside function in LaTeX?

While I was looking the answer I found that:

The H of Heaviside function can be drawn as

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closed as not a real question by Caramdir, Martin Scharrer Apr 5 '11 at 15:55

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@ana brásio: Can you give an example where it is printed? – phimuemue Mar 2 '11 at 11:15
The question states that the answer is \mathcal H. So what is the point? – Caramdir Apr 5 '11 at 15:39
The OP seems to have found its answer by itself and didn't returned to stackoverflow (where the question was originally asked) every since. I'm closing the question because of that. – Martin Scharrer Apr 5 '11 at 15:57
@Martin: Could as well be deleted in my opinion. – Hendrik Vogt Apr 5 '11 at 16:54
@Hendrik: I'd leave it open in case the OP returns. – Caramdir Apr 5 '11 at 22:07