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HSE

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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #15 on: February 02, 2021, 11:06:30 AM »
Hi biterider!!

... , I don't see any immediate use of latex in combination with assembly.
:sad:

I think you was going to write a book about assembly, using LaTEX !!!  :biggrin:

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Gunther

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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #16 on: February 02, 2021, 12:05:45 PM »
HSE,

I think you was going to write a book about assembly, using LaTEX !!!  :biggrin:

Sure, but you wouldn't be the first.  :cool: Paul Carter did this many years ago. You can download his book here. There are also versions in: French, German, Spanish, Italian, Korean, and Chinese, whatever you want.
Unfortunately, Paul Carter did not use BIBTEX at that time. But the book still gives quite a good impression about LATEX.

Gunther


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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #17 on: February 02, 2021, 12:46:11 PM »
Hi Gunther!

Unfortunately, Paul Carter did not use BIBTEX at that time. But the book still gives quite a good impression about LATEX.
Well, somebody rebuilded that :"November 16, 2019"   :thumbsup:

I still have to solve things like:
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"Proc. Fifteenth Annual ACM" # STOC because in theory <"> delimite a field content. Against the easy BibTex explanation, I found the real BibTex used that from 1988.

I used LaTEX 20 years ago to make a PDF, but never used BibTex. We will see  what we can do when BibTex routines work better :biggrin:

Regards, HSE.

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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #18 on: February 02, 2021, 03:02:40 PM »
HSE,

Hi Gunther!

I still have to solve things like:
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"Proc. Fifteenth Annual ACM" # STOC because in theory <"> delimite a field content. Against the easy BibTex explanation, I found the real BibTex used that from 1988.

I used LaTEX 20 years ago to make a PDF, but never used BibTex. We will see  what we can do when BibTex routines work better :biggrin:

Regards, HSE.

I took a look at the manuscript of my doctoral thesis. My bibliography contains 72 entries. I cannot show them all here. At that time I solved it like this: Each chapter has its own file, so does the bibliography. The individual chapters are
then included via a master file using:
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...
\input{chapter1}
\input{chapter2}
...
\input{chapterN}
\input{bib}
...
because my bibliography is in the file bib.tex. Here now is a small excerpt from bib.tex:
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\begin{thebibliography}{99}
\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Literaturverzeichnis}
  \bibitem[Adobe 1990]{AS90} Adobe Systems Incorporated: \textsl{PostScript Reference
                 Manual.} Addison Wesley, Reading, MA, 1990.
  \bibitem[Banach 1922]{Ba22} Banach, S.: \textsl{Sur les op\'{e}rations dans les
                 ensembles abstraits et leur applications aux \'{e}quations
                 integrales.} Fund. Math. 3 (1922) S. 133-181.
  \bibitem[Baier 1989]{Ba89} Baier, W.: \textsl{Chaoten im Sonnensystem.}
                 Sterne und Weltraum 28 (1989), Heft 7-8.
  \bibitem[Barnsley 1988]{Ba88} Barnsley, M. F.: \textsl{Fractals Everywhere.}
                 Academic Press, Inc., Boston, 1988.
  \bibitem[Barnsley 1993]{Ba93} Barnsley, M. F.; Hurd, L. P.: \textsl{Fractal Image
                 Compression.} AK Peters, Wellesley, 1993.
  \bibitem[Bartsch 1999]{BA99} Bartsch, H.-J.: \textsl{Taschenbuch mathematischer
                 Formeln.} 18. verbesserte Auflage, Fachbuchverlag Leipzig
                 im Carl Hanser Verlag, 1999.
  \bibitem[Belkner 1972]{Be72} Belkner, H.: \textsl{Metrische Räume.} BSB B. G.
                 Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft, Leipzig, 1972.
  \bibitem[Die Bibel 1896]{Bi96} \textsl{Die Bibel.} Nach der deutschen Übersetzung
                   Martin Luthers. Durchgesehene Ausgabe mit dem von der Deutschen
                   evangelischen Kirchenkonferenz genehmigten Text.
                   Stereotyp-Ausgabe der Preu"sischen Haupt-Bibelgesellschaft.
                   Berlin, Klosterstra"se 71. Berlin, 1896.
  \bibitem[Blume 1994]{Bl94} Blume, S.: \textsl{Theorie elektromagnetischer Felder.}
                 Hüthig Buch Verlag, Heidelberg, 1994.
  \bibitem[Collatz 1968]{Co68} Collatz, L.: \textsl{Funktionalanalysis und Numerische
                 Mathematik.} Springer Verlag, Berlin, Göttingen,
                 Heidelberg, 1968.
  \bibitem[Dedekind 1901]{De01} Dedekind, R.: \textsl{Gau"s in einer Vorlesung "uber
                 die Methode der kleinsten Quadrate.} Festschrift zur Feier
                 des 150j"ahrigen Bestehens der K"oniglichen Gesellschaft
                 der Wissenschaften, G"ottingen, Berlin, 1901.
  \bibitem[Falconer 1990]{Fa90} Falconer, K.: \textsl{Fractal Geometry - Mathematical
                 Foundations and Applications.} John Wiley \& Sons,
                 Chichester, 1990.
  \bibitem[Feigenbaum 1978]{Fe78} Feigenbaum, M.: \textsl{Quantitative universality
                 for a class of nonlinear transformations.} Journal of
                 Statistical Physics, 19 (1978), p. 25-52.
  \bibitem[Fisher 1992]{Fi92} Fisher, Y.; Boss, R. D.; Jacobs, E. W.:
                 \textsl{Fractal image compression using iterated
                 transforms.} In: Storer, J. A. (Editor): Image
                 and Text Compression, Kluwer Academic Publishers,
                 Boston, 1992, p. 35-61.
  \bibitem[Fisher 1995]{Fi95} Fisher, Y.: \textsl{Fractal Image Compression.} Theory
                 and Applications. Springer Verlag, New York, 1995.
  \bibitem[Fisher 1998]{Fi98} Fisher, Y.: \textsl{Fractal Image Encoding and Analysis.}
                 Springer Verlag in cooperation with NATO
                 Scientific Affairs Division, Berlin, Heidelberg,
                 New York, 1998.
  \bibitem[Rothe 1956]{Ro56} Rothe, R.: \textsl{Höhere Mathematik.} Für Mathematiker,
                 Physiker, Ingenieure. B. G. Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft,
                 Leipzig. Teil I, 15. Auflage, 1956. Teil II, 12.
                 Auflage, 1956. Teil III, 8. Auflage, 1954.
                 Teil IV, Heft 1/2, 9. Auflage, 1955. Teil IV, Heft 3/4,
                 8. Auflage, 1955. Teil IV, Heft 5/6, 7. Auflage, 1955.
                 Teil V, 6. Auflage, 1955.
  \bibitem[Schopenhauer 1982]{Sc82} Schopenhauer, A.: \textsl{Die Welt als Wille und
                 Vorstellung.} 1. Buch, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft,
                 Darmstadt, 1982.
  \bibitem[Weierstraß 1895]{WE95} Weierstraß, K.: \textsl{Mathematische Werke.} Band 2,
                 Berlin 1895.
  \bibitem[Zeidler 1976]{Ze76} Zeidler, E.: \textsl{Vorlesungen über nichtlineare
                 Funktional\-ana\-lysis.} Fixpunkt\-sätze. Teubner Texte
                 zur Mathematik. BSB B. G. Teubner Verlagsgesellschaft,
                 Leipzig, 1976.
  \bibitem[Zurmühl 1953]{Zu53} Zurmühl, R.: \textsl{Praktische Mathematik für
                 Ingenieure und Physiker.} Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1953.
\end{thebibliography}
That was my solution.

Gunther
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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #19 on: February 03, 2021, 02:10:11 AM »
I cannot show them all here.
No, no. But that is LaTEX, not BibTEX. I think processing a .bib file with Bibtex.exe result something like you bib.tex. 

I'm making a little application. When finished I will request everyone to test their ".bib" files.  :biggrin:
Not solved yet concatenation ( the "#" thing) but ".bib" wihout that have no problems.

Thanks, HSE

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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #20 on: February 03, 2021, 06:06:24 AM »
I think you was going to write a book about assembly, using LaTEX !!!  :biggrin:
  :biggrin:

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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #21 on: February 11, 2021, 07:00:58 AM »
Hi Gunther!

I build succesfully lamoe.tex with TeX Live 2020 (Win32) solving:
  • picins.sty is missing. Download from https://www.ctan.org/pkg/picins, exctract in \texlive\2020\texmf-dist\tex\latex\, after that run "texhash".
  • there is a complain about "\fiverm". Apparently older versions load rawfonts by default. Now must be declared:
                  \documentclass{article}
                  \usepackage{rawfonts}
Last step can be maked easily:
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Ps2pdf lamoe.ps   
Thanks, HSE.

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Re: File listing in BibTex format
« Reply #22 on: February 11, 2021, 08:11:14 AM »
HSE,

I build succesfully lamoe.tex with TeX Live 2020 (Win32) solving:
  • picins.sty is missing. Download from https://www.ctan.org/pkg/picins, exctract in \texlive\2020\texmf-dist\tex\latex\, after that run "texhash".
  • there is a complain about "\fiverm". Apparently older versions load rawfonts by default. Now must be declared:
                  \documentclass{article}
                  \usepackage{rawfonts}
Last step can be maked easily:
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Ps2pdf lamoe.ps   
Thanks, HSE.

Congratulations. That's not so hard, isn't it. Hopefully you can read everything.

Gunther
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