This is a spinoff from another thread. Therefor, it's focused on a specific case ("wrt"), but the topic itself might be more general.
So, without further ado :
That is fine — but don't you see a difference? This is all simple and accessible English. There some abbreviations (
struct… I think that's it?), but those are simple as well (and much less prone to misinterpretation than acronyms).
I never argued that there's something wrong with "with respect to": No matter wether it's term of art, this is quite simple and accessible, too. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Differential_of_a_function uses the long form all over the place, but never mentions the acronym — and https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/72765/usage-of-w-r-t-in-academic-papers shows that it is not well established.
I don't know how I could have made clearer that I don't propose to actually using those words (ot: what is the meaning of the innocent little word "by" for English mathematicians?)
Instead, I suggested to ask somebody who's not an expert, but a native speaker (I would do this myself, but I guess many here have much better connections to a fitting High School).
When it comes to naming, I think it's best to keep the majority in mind, and not trying to please a very small group by preferring their jargon. An expert may prefer his wording, but would certainly also understand common language easily.