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TUGboat 20:3, September 1999

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TUG 1999 Proceedings (Vancouver)

 
Front cover c1 
 
Editorial Overview
Vancouver in August
  Christina Thiele
155–159 
TUG'99 Program 160–161 
 
TeX and Math on the Web
Keynote: TeX and the Web in the higher education of the future: Dreams and difficulties
  Stephen A. Fulling
162–166 
MathML: A key to math on the Web
  Patrick D.F. Ion
167–175 
TeXML: Typesetting XML with TeX
  Douglas Lovell
176–183 
Using MathType to create TeX and MathML equations
  Paul Topping
184–188 
Models and languages for formatted documents
  Chris Rowley
189–195 
AcroTeX: Acrobat and TeX team up
  D.P. Story
196–201 
 
Customizing Document Layout
Doing it my way: A lone TeXer in the real world
  Jean-luc Doumont
202–207 
The vulcan package: A repair patch for LaTeX
  Peter Flynn
208–213 
New interfaces for LaTeX class design, Parts I and II
  David Carlisle, Frank Mittelbach, and Chris Rowley
214–216 
 
TeX in Publishing
Multi-use documents: The role of the publisher
  Kaveh Bazargan
217–220 
Very like a nail: Typesetting SGML with TeX
  Frederick H. Bartlett
221 
Making a book from contributed papers: Print and Web versions
  Harry Payne
222–226 
Managing large projects with PreTeX: A preprocessor for TeX
  Robert L. Kruse
227–230 
Database publishing with Java and TeX
  Arthur Ogawa
231 
Implementing dynamic cross-referencing and PDF with PreTeX
  Paul A. Mailhot
232–236 
A Web-based submission system for meeting abstracts
  Hu Wang
237–240 
Hyphenation on demand
  Petr Sojka
241–247 
Active TeX and the DOT input syntax
  Jonathan Fine
248–254 
 
Fonts, Graphics, and New Developments
Drawing effective (and beautiful) graphs with TeX
  Jean-luc Doumont
255–261 
Convenient labelling of graphics, the WARMreader way
  Wendy McKay and Ross Moore
262–271 
Viewing DVI files with Acrobat Reader: DVIPDF gives birth to AcroDVI
  Sergey Lesenko and Laurent Siebenmann
272–281 
MathKit: Alternatives to Computer Modern Mathematics
  Alan Hoenig
282–289 
fpTeX: A teTeX-based distribution for Windows
  Fabrice Popineau
290–297 
Managing TeX software development projects
  Jeffrey McArthur
298–306 
Java and TeX
  Timothy Murphy
307–312 
 
Recognition
Barbara N. Beeton: TUG Board member for 20 years
  Christina Thiele
313–315 
 
Poster Exhibition
Text of "The Apocalypse" as graphics, by Prof. Alban Grimm
  Christina Thiele
316 
Text of "The Apocalypse" as graphics
  Prof. Alban Grimm
317–319 
 
Workshops
LaTeX to XML/MathML
  Eitan Gurari and Sebastian Rahtz
320 
How to create quality interactive PDF documents for the WWW using LaTeX
  D.P. Story
321 
Writing class files: First steps
  Michael Doob
322 
Converting a LaTeX 2.09 style to a LaTeX2e class
  Anita Hoover
323 
 
Panels
TeX and math on the Web
  Stephen A. Fulling, Moderator
324 
TeX in publishing
  Kaveh Bazargan, Moderator
325 
The Future of LaTeX
  Arthur Ogawa, Moderator
326 
 
News & Announcements
Calendar 329–330 
TUG2000—The 21st Annual Conference 154 
GUTenberg2000—LaTeX and XML: Cooperating with the Internet 331 
 
Cartoon
An Analogy with Web Sites
  Roy Preston
330 
 
TUG Business
TUG'99 Attendees 327–328 
Institutional members 332 
TUG membership application 333 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services 334 
Cambridge University Press 335 
Y&Y Inc. 336 
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