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TUGboat 15:3, September 1994

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TUG 1994 Proceedings (Santa Barbara, California)

 
Complete issue 15:3 as one pdf (7mb)  
Editorial and production notes 166 
Acknowledgements and Conference Program: Innovation 167–168 
 
Keynote: Publishing, Languages Literature and Fonts
Lucida and TeX: Lessons of logic and history
  Charles Bigelow
169 
Real life book production—lessons learned from The LaTeX Companion
  Frank Mittelbach and Michel Goossens
170–173 
Typesetting the holy Bible in Hebrew, with TeX
  Yannis Haralambous
174–191 
Adaptive character generation and spatial expressiveness
  Michael Cohen
192–198 
Humanist
  Yannis Haralambous
199 
Automatic conversion of Metafont fonts to Type-1 PS
  Basil Malyshev
200 
 
Colour, and LaTeX
The (pre)history of color in Rokicki's dvips
  James Hafner
201–204 
Advanced `special' support in a dvi driver
  Tom Rokicki
205–212 
Colour separation and PS
  Angus Duggan
213–217 
Simple colour design with LaTeX2e
  Sebastian Rahtz and Michel Goossens
218–222 
Printing colour pictures
  Friedhelm Sowa
223–227 
Color book production using TeX
  Michael Sofka
228–238 
Inside PSTricks
  Timothy van Zandt and Denis Girou
239–246 
A LaTeX style file generator
  Jon Stenerson
247–254 
Document classes and packages in LaTeX2e
  Johannes Braams
255–262 
PS font support in LaTeX2e
  Alan Jeffrey
263–268 
 
TeX Tools
BibTeX 1.0
  Oren Patashnik
269–273 
A typesetter's toolkit
  Pierre MacKay
274–284 
Symbolic computation for electronic publishing
  Michael P. Barnett and Kevin R. Perry
285–292 
Concurrent use of interactive TeX previewer with an Emacs-type editor
  Minato Kawaguti and Norio Kitajima
293–300 
An Indic TeX preprocessor—Sinhalese TeX
  Yannis Haralambous
301 
Pascal pretty-printing: an example of “preprocessing within TeX”
  Jean-Luc Doumont
302–307 
 
Futures
Towards interactivity for TeX
  Joachim Schrod
309–317 
The floating world
  Chris Rowley and Frank Mittelbach
318 
Sophisticated page layout with TeX
  Don Hosek
319 
Progress in the Omega project
  John Plaice
320–324 
Object-oriented programming, descriptive markup, and TeX
  Arthur Ogawa
325–330 
An object-oriented programming system in TeX
  William Erik Baxter
331–338 
A World Wide Web interface to CTAN
  Norm Walsh
339–343 
First applications of Omega: Adobe Poetica, Arabic, Greek, Khmer
  Yannis Haralambous and John Plaice
344–352 
ε-TeX & NTS: A progress report
  Philip Taylor
353–358 
 
Publishing and Design
TeX innovations by the Louis-Jean Printing House
  Maurice Laugier and Yannis Haralambous
359 
Design by template in a production macro package
  Michael Downes
360–368 
Less is More: Restricting TeX's scope enables complex page layouts
  Alan Hoenig
369–380 
Documents, compuscripts, programs and macros
  Jonathan Fine
381–385 
Integrated system for encyclopaedia typesetting based on TeX
  Marko Grobelnik, Dunja Mladenic, Darko Zupanic and Borut Znidar
386–387 
An example of a special purpose input language to LaTeX
  Henry Baragar and Gail E. Harris
388–396 
 
Appendix
Color pages 397–404 
Participants at the Annual Meeting 405–407 
 
News & Announcements
Calendar 408–409 
1995 Knuth Scholarship 409–410 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members 411–412 
TUG membership application 415–416 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services 412–413 
Index of advertisers 417 


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