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TUGboat 15:3, September 1994

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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, 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, 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, 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, Kevin R. Perry 
 285-292 
Concurrent use of interactive TeX previewer with an Emacs-type editor 
  Minato Kawaguti, 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, 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, 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, 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 Mladenić, Darko Zupanič, Borut Žnidar 
 386-387 
An example of a special purpose input language to LaTeX 
  Henry Baragar, 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 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   412-413 
 
TUG Business
TUG membership application   415-416 
 
Advertisements
Index of advertisers   417 


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