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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)  
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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 and 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, and 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 and 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 
 
Advertisements454–468 
TeX consultants 453 
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 and 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 and 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, and 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 
TUG 1992 annual meeting, Portland, Oregon 570 
 
Advertisements568–588 
Index of advertisers 588 


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