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I'm studying "ALGORITHMIC AND HIGH-FREQUENCY TRADING". Page 249 of it tries to find a formula for $h(t,q)$. First, it supposes $h(t,q) = \bar\kappa log \space\omega(q,t)$ then let $\omega(t)=[\omega(t,\bar{q}),\omega(t,\bar{q}-1),...,\omega(t,q)]'$.

My question is: "What is the meaning of notation $'$, in $\omega(t)=[\omega(t,\bar{q}),\omega(t,\bar{q}-1),...,\omega(t,q)]'$? Is it Lagrange's notation for differentiation?

Following, I added a photo of this page. I marked the notation which I mean. enter image description here

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It is the transpose, in this case of the vector.

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