Gerard van Nes
MAPS 95.1 (Dutch/English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 1-214
keywords: NTG, MAPS
abstract: NTG's magazine
14/maps.pdf (3540kb)

Frans Goddijn
Verslag (1995/1) (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 1-4
keywords: report, members meeting
abstract: Opening 14e NTG bijeenkomst 17 november 1994;
Verslag NTG bijeenkomst van 9 juni 1994;
Ingekomen stukken en mededelingen;
Begroting 1995;
Wat verder ter tafel komt;
Rondvraag en Sluiting;
Volgende bijeenkomsten
14/01.pdf (66kb)

Het weten waard (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 5-6
14/02.pdf (46kb)

Johannes Braams
Van de Voorzitter (1995/1) (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 7
keywords: chairman
14/03.pdf (14kb)

Gerard van Nes
Van uw MAPS Editor (1995) (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 8-10
14/04.pdf (58kb)

Wietse Dol
Concept begroting 1995 (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 11-12
keywords: budget
14/05.pdf (33kb)

Wietse Dol
Financieel verslag NTG 1994 (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 13-14
keywords: financial report
14/06.pdf (38kb)

Gerard van Nes
Jaarverslag NTG 1994 (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 15-17
keywords: report NTG
14/07.pdf (47kb)

Christina Thiele
From the TUG President (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 18
14/08.pdf (21kb)

Frans Goddijn
Op FGBBS vaart alles wel (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 19-20
keywords: FGBBS, bulletin board, statistics, 4allTeX, OS/2
abstract: FGBBS kreeg weer de nodige uitbreidingen, waarvan een sneller
modem het meest merkbaar is.
14/09.pdf (20kb)

Jules van Weerden
TeX-NL discussielijst (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 21
keywords: listserver, TEX-NL
abstract: Overzicht gebruikers listserver.
14/10.pdf (15kb)

Henk de Haan
De NTG op het World Wide Web (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 22-23
keywords: NTG, internet, WWW, WWW
abstract: Het internet is een van de meest snel groeiende
elektronische media. Dit is mede te danken aan het
zogenaamde World Wide Web (WWW). In dit artikel wordt
ingegaan op de functie van het Word Wide Web, het
gebruikte tekstformaat (HTML) en de mogelijkheden die het
voor de NTG kan hebben. Er wordt ingegaan op de huidige
(experimentele) service en er worden een aantal mogelijke
nieuwe toepassingen vermeld.
14/11.pdf (70kb)

General information 3rd edition of the 4allTeX CD-ROM (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 24-26
14/12.pdf (38kb)

Gerard van Nes
Some Announcements from Usenet (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 27-29
14/13.pdf (47kb)

Frank Mittelbach
Announcement from the LaTeX3 Project Team (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 30
abstract: We are pleased to present the final report on `Math Font
Encoding' produced by Justin Ziegler for the LaTeX3 project.
14/14.pdf (12kb)

Andrea de Leeuw van Weenen
Diplomatic edition of a medieval Icelandic manuscript (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 31-34
14/15.pdf (278kb)

Ed Boets
Het digitaal produceren van een proefschrift (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 35-36
keywords: thesis, DocuTech, 4allTeX
abstract: Het digitaal produceren van een proefschrift beschrijft
hoe een proefschrift, in LaTeX gemaakt, als
PostScript-file via het modem naar de drukker gestuurd kan
worden om vervolgens op een DocuTech systeem (600 dpi)
gedrukt te worden.
14/16.pdf (27kb)

Erik Frambach
METAFONT's mode_def in action (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 37-39
keywords: METAFONT, mode_def, bitmapped fonts
abstract: In order to obtain maximum output quality when using
METAFONT for rendering bitmapped fonts you need to specify
the characteristics of the intended output device. This is
done by defining a mode_def in which several variables
are assigned. The meaning and effect of these variables
are discussed in a case study of two types of laser
14/17.pdf (57kb)

Vladimir Batagelj
Combining TeX and PostScript (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 40-46
keywords: PostScript, inclusion of graphics, dictionaries, error handling
abstract: PostScript is becoming a de facto standard as a device
independent page description language. By embedding
PostScript elements in TeX we can extend the use of
TeX to new areas of application. In the first part of
the paper we give some general information about
PostScript and its features. In the rest of the paper we
present some of our own experiences and solutions in
combining TeX and PostScript:
  • dictionaries, prolog files and how to save a lot of
    space with PostScript figures produced in CorelDRAW,
    Mathematica, ...;
  • writing TeX-PostScript macros, case: drawing graphs
    (combinatorics) in TeX; PostScript error handling
    mechanism, an application in function graph drawing
14/18.pdf (132kb)

David Barron
Portable Documents: Why Use SGML? (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 47-48
abstract: In this article we present a few ideas as a framework for
the discussion of portable documents. We address a number
of questions:
  • What are portable documents?
  • Who needs them, and why?
  • How to produce them, now and in the future.
14/19.pdf (24kb)

Jonathan Fine
Formatting SGML Manuscripts (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 49-52
abstract: This article is about typography, SGML, TeX, and SIMSIM,
which is a new TeX macro package. Close by are copies of
several of the OHP transparencies. They were typeset
directly from an SGML document instance using SIMSIM.
14/20.pdf (90kb)

Horst Szillat
SGML and LaTeX (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 53-55
abstract: SGML — Standard Generalized Markup Language — is a
formal language to describe structured text documents. It
should be introduced here by comparison to TeX and
14/21.pdf (38kb)

Peter Flynn
HTML & TeX: Making them sweat (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 56-60
abstract: HTML is often criticised fo its presentation-oriented
conception. But it does contain sufficient structural
information for many everyday purposes and this has led to
its development into a more stable form. Future platforms
for the World Wide Web may support other applications of
SGML, and the present climate of popularity of the Web is
a suitable opportunity for consolidation of the more
stable features. TeX is pre-eminently stable and
provides an ideal companion for the process of translating
HTML into print.
14/22.pdf (53kb)

Geeti Granger
The Inside Story of Life at Wiley with SGML, LaTeX and Acrobat (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 61-63
14/23.pdf (41kb)

Martin Key
Theory into Practice: working with SGML, PDF and LaTeX at Elsevier Science (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 64-66
14/24.pdf (30kb)

Nikos Drakos
LaTeX2HTML Update'95 (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 67-68
abstract: A new version of LaTeX2HTML (version 95.1) is
available since January 1995. This article outlines some
of the main changes.
14/25.pdf (33kb)

Arno Kemperman
LaTeX2HTML ervaringen; Van Handleiding in LaTeX tot Hulp Module op Internet (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 69-73
abstract: Welkom op de digitale snelweg! Steeds meer informatie
wordt er aangeboden op het Internet, en met het uitgroeien
van het Internet groeit de onoverzichtelijkheid. In dit
artikel wordt een toepassing van LaTeX2HTML beschreven
waarbij een LaTeX document wordt omgezet naar een reeks
goed gestructueerde pagina's op het World-Wide Web. Deze
toepassing betreft een document die een handleiding is
voor Internet-gebruikers (voornamelijk voor medewerkers
van Laboratoriumvoor Analytische Chemie, KUN, Nijmegen).
Er worden wat voordelen en voorbeelden van het LaTeX2HTML
gebruik gegeven en hoe je het programma kunt aanpassen
naar je eigen wensen. Bekijk de LaTeX documenten ook
eens op deze moderne manier en blader eens met de muis
door je tekst, getransformeerd tot een digitaal wonder op
je scherm. Oftewel: LaTeX2HTML2!
14/26.pdf (117kb)

Karen Strom
Electronic Publication and Data Distribution for the Five College Astronomy Department (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 74-76
keywords: electronic publishing, thesis, WWW, preprints, data distribution
abstract: The Star Formation Group at FCAD has begun to make use of
the World Wide Web to explore the advantages of hypermedia
presentations for the distribution of preprints, Ph. D.
theses and observatory publications. As a byproduct of
this work, a method for displaying subscripts and
superscripts has been developed. This set of bitmaps is
publically available.
14/27.pdf (74kb)

Norman Walsh
A World Wide Web Interface to CTAN (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 77-82
abstract: There are a lot of different software packages, style
files, fonts, etc. in the CTAN archives. Finding the
things you need in a timely fashion can be difficult, as I
found out while writing Making TeX Work. The ability to
combine descriptions of packages with the directory
listings from CTAN could help alleviate some of the
difficulty. HTML, the document structuring language of the
World Wide Web, provides one possible means of combining
different views of the archive into a single vision. The
CTAN-Web project is my attempt to provide this vision.
14/28.pdf (204kb)

Arthur Smith
An Introduction to HyperTeX (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 83-86
keywords: hyperTeX, hyperlink, xhdvi, HTML, \special
abstract: The popularity of the World-Wide-Web and the HTML
hypertext language for electronic distribution of
information over the internet has thus far been difficult
to extend to scientific documents, in part because TeX,
the word processing language of choice for technical and
mathematical documents, does not have the hypertext
capabilities necessary for full integration into the WWW.
HyperTeX consists of a collection of extensions of TeX
to handle both internal and external (local or networked)
hypertext, thus allowing the huge body of TeX-based
documents to be more fully integrated with the WWW. This
introduction was originally prepared for the American
Physical Society e-print meeting at Los Alamos, New
Mexico, Oct. 15, 1994.
14/29.pdf (57kb)

Otfried Schwarzkopf
The HyperLaTeX Markup Language (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 87-98
keywords: LaTeX, HTML, conversion, LaTeX, WWW, emacs lisp
abstract: HyperLaTeX is a little package that allows you to use
LaTeX to prepare documents in HTML (the hypertext markup
language used by the World Wide Web), and, at the same
time, to produce a fine printed document from your input.
You can use all of LaTeX's power for the printed output,
and you don't have to learn a new language for creating
hypertext documents.
14/30.pdf (144kb)

Yannis Haralambous
HTML ⟶ LaTeX ⟶ PDF, of de intrede van TeX in het hypertext tijdperk (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 99-108
keywords: Acrobat, DVIHPS, PDF, repere, recticrt
abstract: Wij beschrijven hier het produktieproces van
elektronische hyper-documenten met behulp van LaTeX en
Adobe Acrobat. Na een algemene beschrijving van de voor-
en nadelen van LaTeX terzake geven we een omschrijving
van elke stap, alsook van zekere te nemen voorzorgen met
als doel efficiënte Acrobat documenten te bekomen. De
lezer zal in dit artikel een beschrijving vinden van de
software tools DVIPS repere en recticrt, en eveneens de
basisprincipes van het formaat PDF.
Vertaald door Philippe Vanoverbeke.
14/31.pdf (178kb)

Wiegert Tierie
Adobe Acrobat 2.0; Beyond the bounds op paper (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 109-119
14/32.pdf (239kb)

Marion Neubauer
Conversion from WORD/WordPerfect to LaTeX (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 120-124
keywords: conversion, MS-WORD, WinWord, WordPerfect, RTF
abstract: Production of a large document with many contributors may
require conversion of all submitted manuscripts into the
same format, for example LaTeX. A large proportion of
manuscripts are submitted in the formats of WORD and
WordPerfect, two very popular word processing programs. I
will discuss different approaches converting such files to
LaTeX format. First of all the differences between the
word processors MS-WORD and WordPerfect versus the document
preparation system LaTeX will be explained, and problems
encountered during text conversion into LaTeX will be
discussed. The conversion can be done either by means of a
seperate program (external conversion) or using macros,
style sheets and a printer driver from within the word
processors (internal conversion). Advantages and
disadvantages of both methods for different types of text
elements such as plain text, lists, tables and
mathematical formulas will be discussed. This is followed
by an overview of the conversion programs currently
14/33.pdf (79kb)

Hans Renkema
TeXtures: zo goed als gezegd wordt? (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 125-126
14/34.pdf (31kb)

Jan Krugers
Scientific Word / Workplace 2.0.1; Whats new? (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 127-128
keywords: Scientific Word, WYSIWYG, Windows, OS2WIN
abstract: Scientific Word version 1.x from TCI Software Research
has gotten improvements and an offspring. The improvements
are not only better support for different LaTeX styles
and dialects but also more user conveniences and better
stability. The offspring is Scientific Workplace, a
similar Windows software package under Windows 3.1. But
besides all the Scientific Word functions it also has a
built-in Maple Version V interface and many Maple symbolic
calculation functions. Not to forget that version 2.0.1.
works fine under OS/2 Warp with all its speed and data
exchange advantages.
14/35.pdf (35kb)

Cees Fortuin
Scientific WorkPlace; een eerste indruk (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 129-130
abstract: Het pakket SCIENTIFIC WORKPLACE. versie 2.0(SWP), vroeger
Scientific Word, is een uitgebreide versie van een
`WhatYouSeeIsWhatYouGet' tekstverwerker gebaseerd op
LaTeX2e en werkend onder Microsoft Windows. De
uitbreiding bestaat uit een deel van een `Computer
Algebra' pakket, de kernel van Maple. Verder is er een
programma om toetsen samen te stellen, uit databestanden
met opgaven. Deze voorlopige test van versie 2.0 is
uitgevoerd op een IBM compatibele PC, met een 486
processor en 8MBintern geheugen, door een persoon met
LaTeX 2.09 en Maple ervaring, maar zonder kennis van
MSWindows (`waar is dat nou voor nodig...') of
SCIENTIFIC WORKPLACE. Voor het installeren en testen zijn
twee volle dagen gebruikt. Dit verslag geeft
vanzelfsprekend slechts een eerste indruk van het
14/36.pdf (42kb)

Hans Hagen
Kleurgebruik in TABLE (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 131-136
keywords: \TaBlE, color tables, tables color, ConTeXt tables
abstract: Dit artikel beschrijft enkele macro's die het mogelijk
maken binnen TABLE cellen van een tabel van een
achtergrondkleur of raster te voorzien. We beperken ons
tot een wat technische beschrijving en gaan voorbij aan de
esthetische kant van de zaak.
14/37.pdf (64kb)

Hans Hagen
TeX-verwerking in kleur (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 137-138
keywords: TeX visualizing, editing colored TeX, color TeX visualization
abstract: Vooral beginnende TeX-gebruikers ervaren de mix van
commando's en tekst als verwarrend. Mede om die reden
hebben wij zo'n vier jaar geleden onze tekstverwerker
afgestemd op het gebruik van TeX, door TeX-commando's op
een wat afwijkende manier weer te geven. Het blijkt dat,
afgezien van aanvullende mogelijkheden om de syntax te
controleren, het aantal fouten in commando's drastisch
14/38.pdf (23kb)

Hans Hagen, Johan Jonker
Een zwart-wit kijk op kleur (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 139-145
keywords: color gray conversion, color gray printing, color optimizing use, ConTeXt color palets
abstract: Wie tegenwoordig op een zwart-wit tv-toestel een
uitzending volgt zal zich vaak tevreden moeten stellen met
een weinig contrastrijk beeld. Na de introductie van de
kleuren-tv is nog lang rekening gehouden met
zwart-witkijkers. De keus van kleuren in decors werd mede
afgestemd op de weergave in zwart-wit. Dit is niet
verwonderlijk, omdat de zwart-witkijkers een ruime
meerderheid vormden. Op papier lijkt zich een dergelijke
ontwikkeling af te spelen. Voor kleurenprinters geschikte
illustraties, kunnen op zwart-wit printers een matig beeld
opleveren. Het is dan ook de vraag hoe we aan de `wensen'
van de overgrote meerderheid van zwart-wit printers
tegemoet kunnen komen.
14/39.pdf (376kb)

Herman Haverkort
Genezen van WPosis — nu heb ik chronische TeXitis... (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 146-148
abstract: Bij het vormgeven van een voorstel voor reglementen
overschreed een verstokte WordPerfect-gebruiker de grenzen
van zijn geliefde tekstverwerker. Frans Goddijn hielp hem
aan de TeX. In dit artikel geeft een nieuwe
TeX-gebruiker een globale indruk van zijn laatste
ervaringen met WordPerfect en zijn eerste ervaringen met
TeX. Hij doet dit aan de hand van het werk aan een
document waarin het mogelijk moest zijn om vele
typografische middelen onafhankelijk van elkaar te
gebruiken om verschillende soorten passages aan te duiden.
Dit bleek in TeX goed te realiseren, zij het met veel
inspanning, en het resultaat was zeer bevredigend. Toen
het eerste document eenmaal gereed was, bleek het
bovendien daarna zeer eenvoudig om soortgelijke documenten
te zetten.
14/40.pdf (75kb)

Herman Haverkort
HH Gets Carried Away; hhmuf, hhflxbox and hhcount (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 149-155
keywords: circle, counter, dice, footnote, forbidden environment, frame, index
abstract: This article presents hhmuf's multinotes: special cheery
footnotes to be used in special situations, including
so-called `forbidden environments'. Then it presents
hhflxbox's self-scaling frames: encircling macros are
provided but you can define enwhatevering macros yourself
by means of the macros provided by hhflxbox. Finally
hhcount is presented: macros to handle simple and
composite counters in a fancy way.
14/41.pdf (137kb)

Herman Haverkort, Frans Goddijn
The Scenario — in Three Versions; hhparmrk does it (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 156-162
keywords: paragraph, mark, distribution, select
abstract: During work towards a flexible document as a continuous
report on a wide variety of contacts for the Meridian Arts
Ensemble in New York, Frans Goddijn felt the need to tag
and mark certain paragraphs for specific groups of
readers. Herman Haverkort wrote a package for LaTeX2e,
hhparmrk, which facilitates this by offering the
possibility to set various signs next to paragraphs. This
article presents hhparmrk, gives examples of its use and a
short manual. For the hackers among us some of the
TeXnical tricks involved behind the scenes are glanced
14/42.pdf (129kb)

Bernd Raichle
Sorting in TeX's Mouth (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 163-168
keywords: expansion, sorting, algorithms
abstract: TeX's macro processor, the so-called mouth, can be used
to perform very complex tasks. Because this part of TeX's
programming language is as powerful as a Turing machine,
it is possible to implement algorithms using only TeX's
mouth. I will show how sorting algorithms can be
implemented in a straight-forward and very elegant and
under-standable way using only macros and macro expansion
14/43.pdf (81kb)

Kees van der Laan
One by one the guests arrive (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 169
keywords: philosophy, plain TeX
abstract: A plea is made for writing macros in plain TeX sufficiently
documented to be used with all flavours of TeX.
14/44.pdf (23kb)

Kees van der Laan
BLUe's Format Databases (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 170-177
keywords: active list separators, addresses, comment blocks, compatible extension, data integrity, databases, FIFO, lazy evaluation, list element tag, mail-merge, number ranges, pattern matching, pictures, plain TeX, references, reusable software parts, searching, selective loading, set macros, software engineering, table of contents, variant document parts
abstract: The backgrounds, use, and coding of BLUe's Format
Databases have been discussed. Two kinds of databases have
been introduced class I (data, such as addresses,
references, and script parts for example pictures), and
class II (macros, such as variant formats and tools). At
the heart lies the selective loading TeXnique, which
allows that only what is needed will be loaded on-the-fly.
The data structures and operations on them have been
treated. The use within the ConTeXt of typesetting scripts
have been elucidated via examples. At the end the coding
is explained.
14/45.pdf (102kb)

Kees van der Laan
BLUe's Index (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 178-186
keywords: compatible extension, index, number ranges, one-pass job, ordering table, plain TeX, reusable software parts, software engineering, sort keys
abstract: The creation of a modest index within a one-pass TeX
job is proposed. In general a proof run and a final run
are needed. The markup for the index entries is the same
as used by Knuth for The TeXbook. The process is
controlled by the tags: \sortindex and
\pasteupindex. The file which emerges after
\sortindex can be enriched by hand, for example to
include `see also' and the like. Sorting keys can be
specified too, as well as items which have to be ignored
for the sorting. The macros have been developed for use
with English documents. To leave open the use with other
languages the ordering has been parameterized in an
ordering table.
14/46.pdf (117kb)

Kees van der Laan
BLUe's Letters (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 187-192
keywords: active list separators, addresses, compatible extension, databases, data integrity, FIFO, lazy evaluation, letter, list element tag, mail-merge, pattern matching, plain TeX, reusable software parts, set macros, software engineering
abstract: The backgrounds, use, design, and coding of BLUe's
Letters format have been discussed. The purpose is to
format a letter, merge it with address(es) from a
database, and typeset it all with the appropriate
background such as logo and the like, completely within
TeX. Separate labels can be obtained too, either
specified by name or searched for by pattern.
14/47.pdf (73kb)

Kees van der Laan
BLUe's Reports (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 193-199
keywords: active list separators, compatible extension, databases, data integrity, FIFO, house style, lazy evaluation, list element tag, pattern matching, plain TeX, reusable software parts, separation of concerns, set macros, software engineering
abstract: The backgrounds, use, design, and coding of BLUe's
Reports format have been discussed. The purpose is to
format a report as a compatible extension of the default
note format of BLUe's format. As such it is an example of
how to customize BLUe's format system with a format of
your own. The differences have to do with not only using
titles but also reusing the titles for table of contents,
list of examples, and running headlines the preliminary
pages and cover pages which are absent with the default
note format appendices may contain collected information
from the script such as answer to the exercises (similar
as in The TeXbook), table of examples, table of
contents, and an index.
14/48.pdf (81kb)

Kees van der Laan
Paradigms: Two-part macros (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 200-204
keywords: BLUe format, catcodes, multiple use of copy, plain TeX
abstract: The use of two-part macros in BLUe's format is discussed.
First the reason why in general two-part macros are
beneficial is explained. Practical examples from the
TeX-NL discussion list have been treated. The
automatically generation of a one-part macro on top of
two-part macros is given. The impossibility of reusing
copy with different catcodes in TeX is mentioned and
illustrated with an example from the TeXbook.
14/49.pdf (73kb)

Kees van der Laan
Paradigms: Parameterization I — options (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 205-207
keywords: BLUe format, optional parameters, plain TeX
abstract: The use of options in BLUe's format is discussed. A
survey is given of how Knuth coped with the functionality
of optional arguments in TeX and manmac. As an extension
to TeX's \every<tag> the BLUe's \this<tag>s are
introduced, with the advantage of simpler handling of
arguments. It is contrasted with the use in TUGboat's style
files and AMS's ppt.sty.
14/50.pdf (58kb)

Kees van der Laan
BLUe's Typesetting of PASCAL (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 208-210
keywords: compatible extension, FIFO, Pascal, pattern matching, plain TeX, pretty-printing, reusable software parts, software engineering
abstract: The formatting of PASCAL programs within plain
TeX is proposed. Only \beginpascal and
\endpascal have to be added as markup. In general
the literate programming tools are to be preferred,
especially when designing, developing, documenting, and
maintaining professional software.
14/51.pdf (45kb)

TUG'95 (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 211
14/52.pdf (26kb)

Erik Frambach
Reisverslag BachoTeX'95 (Dutch)
MAPS 14, 1995, 212-213
keywords: BachoTeX, report, GUST, Poland
abstract: Verslag bijeenkomst Poolse TeX users group GUST.
14/53.pdf (81kb)

EuroTeX'95 (English)
MAPS 14, 1995, 214
keywords: EuroTeX, conference, announcement
abstract: Announcement of EuroTeX'95 conference.
14/54.pdf (22kb)