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TUGboat 12:3-4, December 1991

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TUG 1991 Conference Proceedings (Dedham)

Complete issue 12:3-4, part 1 as one pdf (9.7mb) 
Complete issue 12:3-4, part 2 as one pdf (8.3mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
 
TUG 1991 Conference Proceedings Part 1
Title page   349 
 
Introduction
President's introduction 
  Nelson H. F. Beebe 
 351-352 
 
Keynote Address
Two sides of the fence 
  Nico A.F.M. Poppelier 
 353-358 
 
Publishing
Comparing TeX and traditional typesetting for the composition of a textbook 
  Laurie J. Petrycki 
 359-366 
Contra-LaTeX, or what really works in the publishing world 
  Frederick H. Bartlett 
 367-371 
TeX in a book production department 
  Howard Ratner, Kenneth Dreyhaupt 
 372-376 
dvi and eps: The ideal author-to-publisher interface? 
  Berthold K.P. Horn 
 377-381 
Producing a book using TeX: How the process works 
  Neil A. Weiss 
 382-386 
Authors new to TeX publish a textbook with a publisher new to TeX 
  Samuel E. Rhoads 
 387-392 
The “Five Cs”: A guide to successful publication using TeX 
  Colleen Brosnan 
 393-396 
LaTeX/TeX user: A typist, or typesetter? 
  Anita Z. Hoover 
 397-400 
Simultaneous electronic and paper publication 
  John Lavagnino 
 401-405 
SGML versus/and TeX 
  Robert W. McGaffey 
 406-408 
Typesetting SGML documents using TeX 
  Andrew E. Dobrowolski 
 409-414 
Specifying document structure: Differences in LaTeX and TEI markup 
  C. M. Sperberg-McQueen 
 415-421 
A structured document preparation system—Autolayouter version 2.0—an enhancement for handling multiple document types 
  Takashi Kakiuchi, Yuki Kusumi, Yoshiyuki Miyabe, Kazu Tsuga 
 422-429 
Refining a process 
  Linda Williams 
 430-433 
 
Future Issues
A text processing language should be first a programming language 
  Luigi Semenzato, Edward Wang 
 434-441 
Should TeX be extended? 
  Michael Vulis 
 442-447 
 
TUG Business
TUG 1992 annual meeting, Portland, Oregon   448 
Institutional members   449-450 
 
Forms
TUG membership applications   451-452 
 
Advertisements
TeX consultants   453 
Advertisements   454-468 
Index of advertisers   468 
 
TUG 1991 Conference Proceedings Part 2
Title page   469 
 
Applications
Automatic conversion from a scientific word processor to TeX 
  Cay S. Horstmann 
 471-478 
On the logical structure of mathematical notation 
  Dennis S. Arnon, Sandra A. Mamrak 
 479-484 
Math into BLUes 
  Kees van der Laan 
 485-501 
Dialog with TeX 
  Michael J. Downes 
 502-509 
Form letters with 3-across labels capability 
  Jackie Damrau, Michael Wester 
 510-516 
Typesetting forms with LaTeX 
  Mark A. Roth 
 517-522 
Developing a pop-up help facility for TeX on PCs 
  Peter Flynn 
 523-527 
7 bits good, 8 bits bad or “The eight-bit blight” 
  Malcolm Clark, Brian Hamilton Kelly, Niel Kempson 
 528-533 
 
Graphics and Fonts
Bitmaps and halftones with BM2FONT 
  Friedhelm Sowa 
 534-538 
TeX and those other languages 
  Yannis Haralambous 
 539-548 
Siamese TeX: Joining dvi files at the hip and other novel applications of vf files 
  Don Hosek 
 549-553 
When TeX and Metafont talk: Typesetting on curved paths and other special effects 
  Alan Hoenig 
 554-557 
 
Announcements
Participants at TUG'91   558-561 
Calendar   562-563 
The Donald E. Knuth Scholarship for 1992   563-564 
GUTenberg'92, Les Diablarets, Switzerland   564-565 
 
Advertisements
Advertisements   568-588 
 
Announcements
TUG 1992 annual meeting, Portland, Oregon   570 
 
Advertisements
Index of advertisers   588 


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