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TUGboat 10:4, December 1989

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TUG 1989 Conference Proceedings (Stanford, California)

 
Complete issue 10:4 as one pdf (19mb)  
Title page 463 
Editorial information 464 
 
Introduction
Editor's introduction
  Christina Thiele
465 
 
Font Forum
Introduction to Metafont
  Doug Henderson
467–479 
Opening Pandora's box
  Neenie Billawala
481–489 
Fractal images with TeX
  Alan Hoenig
491–498 
Design of Oriental characters with Metafont
  Don Hosek
499–502 
Thai languages and Metafont
  Bob Batzinger
503 
A Metafont-like system with PS output
  John D. Hobby
505–512 
Migration from Computer Modern fonts to Times fonts
  R.E. Youngen, W.B. Woolf and D.C. Latterner
513–519 
Fine typesetting with TeX using native Autologic fonts
  Arvin C. Conrad
521–528 
 
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Notes on the errors of TeX
  Donald E. Knuth
529–531 
 
TeX Training
Of the computer scientist, by the computer scientist, for the computer scientist
  Michael Doob
533–539 
Mastering TeX with templates
  Hope Hamilton
541–548 
Using WordPerfect 5.0 to create TeX and LaTeX documents
  Anita Z. Hoover
549–559 
TeX for the word processing operator
  Robin L. Kubek
561–566 
TeX and its versatility in office production
  Jo Ann Rattey-Hicks
567–577 
 
General Applications
TeX in México
  Max Díaz
579–593 
TeX for 30,000
  James Haskell, Wally Deschene and Alan Stolleis
595–602 
TeX enslaved
  Alan E. Wittbecker
603–606 
 
Graphics Applications
Methodologies for preparing and integrating PS graphics
  J.T. Renfrow
607–626 
texpic—Design and implementation of a picture graphics language in TeX à la pic
  Rolf Olejniczak-Burkert
627–637 
 
Database Applications
TeX at Mathematical Reviews
  D.C. Latterner and W.B. Woolf
639–654 
Lexicography with TeX
  Jörgen L. Pind
655–665 
 
General Information
Olde worlde TeX
  Malcolm Clark
667–674 
The UKTeX archive at the University of Aston
  Peter Abbott
675–680 
 
TeX Tools
With LaTeX into the nineties
  Frank Mittelbach and Rainer Schöpf
681–690 
TeXreation—playing games with TeX's mind
  Andrew Marc Greene
691–705 
A permuted index for TeX and LaTeX
  Bill Cheswick
707–713 
LaTeX memos and letters
  Steve Sydoriak
715–726 
Inserts in a multiple-column format
  Gary Benson, Debi Erpenbeck and Janet Holmes
727–742 
TeX Macros for COBOL syntax diagrams
  Mary McClure
743–750 
Creating an efficient and workable PC interface for TeX
  Don L. Riley and Brad L. Halverson
751–759 
 
Forms
TUG membership application 760 
 
Participants
List of participants at the Stanford meeting (August 20–23, 1989) 761–765 
 
Advertisements
Index of advertisers 765 


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