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TUGboat 14:3, October 1993

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TUG 1993 Proceedings (Aston, UK)

 
Complete issue 14:3 as one pdf (16mb)  
Inside front cover c2 
Title page 157 
Editorial and Production Note
  Sebastian Rahtz and Mimi Burbank
158 
Obituary — Yuri Melnichuk
  Malcolm Clark
158 
Opening Words
  Christina Thiele
159 
Conference Program 160–161 
 
Keynote Addresses
The future of TeX and TUG
  Christina A.L. Thiele
162–166 
A new typesetting system: Is it really necessary?
  Joachim Lammarsch
167–170 
TeX from \indent to \par
  Marek Rycko and Bogusław Jackowski
171–176 
 
Futures
NTS: The future of TeX?
  Philip Taylor
177–182 
A future for TeX
  Roger Hunter
183–186 
 
Macro Packages
LexiTeX: Context-sensitive legal citations for LaTeX
  Frank G. Bennett, Jr.
187–195 
Using TeX and METAFONT to build complicated maps
  Daniel Taupin
196–202 
MusicTeX: Using TeX to write polyphonic or instrumental music
  Daniel Taupin
203–211 
A format compilation framework for European languages
  Laurent Siebenmann
212–221 
 
Working with TeX
Bibliography prettyprinting and syntax checking
  Nelson Beebe
222 
A TeX user's guide to ISO's Document Style Semantics and Specification Language (DSSSL)
  Martin Bryan
223–226 
TeX and SGML: A recipe for disaster?
  Peter Flynn
227–230 
An abstract model for tables
  Xinxin Wang and Derick Wood
231–237 
Developing a multi-windowing environment for research based on TeX
  Michel Lavaud
238–244 
 
Drivers
A versatile TeX device driver
  Minato Kawaguti
245–251 
 
Language Issues
Typesetting Catalan texts with TeX
  Gabriel Valiente Feruglio and Robert Fuster
252–259 
The Khmer script tamed by the Lion (of TeX)
  Yannis Haralambous
260–270 
Language-dependent ligatures
  John Plaice
271–274 
 
Fonts
Virtual fonts in a production environment
  Michael Doob and Craig Platt
275–281 
Where are the math fonts?
  Berthold K.P. Horn
282–284 
A PS font installation package written in TeX
  Alan Jeffrey
285–292 
Math font encodings: A workshop summary
  Alan Jeffrey (Editor)
293–295 
 
Macro Writing
An application of literate programming: Creating a format for the Bulletin of the Polish TUG
  Włodek Bzyl and Tomasz Przechlewski
296–299 
Galleys, space, and automata
  Jonathan Fine
300–309 
Syntactic sugar
  Kees van der Laan
310–318 
Sorting within TeX
  Kees van der Laan
319–328 
 
Education and Archives
Teaching digital typography—the Didot Project
  Mary Dyson
329–332 
Russian-speaking user: From Chi-Writer and Ventura Publisher to TeX; learning difficulties
  Irina V. Gorbunova
333–334 
How to set up and maintain a TeX system
  R. Allan Reese
335–341 
The Comprehensive TeX Archive Network (CTAN)
  George D. Greenwade
342–351 
 
Delegates
Participants at the 1993 TUG meeting 352–355 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members 356–357 
 
Announcements
Calendar 358–359 
TUG 1994 annual meeting, Santa Barbara, USA 360 
 
Forms
TUG individual membership application 361 
TUG institutional membership application 362 
 
Advertisements361–368 
Index of advertisers 359 
Consultants 363 


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