[texhax] Help on cross-references
Philip G. Ratcliffe
philip.ratcliffe at fastwebnet.it
Sat Mar 14 22:02:51 CET 2009
> Bob Wilson has explained what Christian Aastrup wants in
> equation notation, but I think it's
> perverse: it will give the same reference to different
> equations in different chapters if they happen to share the
> same section number. Margenau and Murphy's classic "The
> Mathematics of Physics and Chemistry" uses mm-nnn throughout
> for chapter-eqn no (e.g., 2-113) without introducing any
> difficulties at all for finding the equation (in 600 pages).
> Does Aastrup have so many equations that they really need so
> much subdivision?
Indeed, for example, is eq 3.2.1 the first equation of the second section
of chapter three, or the first equation of the second subsection of section
three of the current chapter, or the first equation of the second
subsubsection of subsection three of the current section, or ...?
In other words, the same depth of sub...subsections has to be maintained
throughout - hard to do.
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