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Athough discussion on that question is still going on (even if third ways exists), it seems that larger spaces after the end of a sentence is preferable in English. By default, LaTeX puts wider spaces after a period (full stop).
I took the habit of escaping spaces (i.e., writing
i.e.\, or to make it more clear,
Latin locutions, as
Mathematical expressions, as
- s.t. (such that)
- w.r.t. (with respect to)
- resp. (respectively)
However, according to this post, which quotes Chapter 14 of the Texbook, and according to any
bbl file, spaces after names initial should not be escaped.
That is, one write
I'm confused: shouldn't that space be escaped as well?