I tried \mathscr{H}, but that gives a much slantier H than this.
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What's the context? You could try a \mathcal{H}, but that looks like this: $\displaystyle \mathcal{H}.$ Is it in a math environment? Could you maybe post a scan of the page in which you find it?
Yes, it's in math context. It appears in Problem 7 on this page: http://www.math.upenn.edu/~cle/amcs609/ps3.pdf
Well, the Ralph Smith font is close. That's as close as I can get at the moment, without a lot more searching.
Originally Posted by redsoxfan325 Yes, it's in math context. It appears in Problem 7 on this page: http://www.math.upenn.edu/~cle/amcs609/ps3.pdf That's a nice symbol, and it doesn't appear to belong in any of the standard LaTeX fonts. Why not ask Dr Epstein how he does it, and then let us know here!
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