A Bibliography of Publications about Typesetting

A Bibliography of Publications about Typesetting
A Bibliography of Publications about Typesetting
Nelson H. F. Beebe
University of Utah
Department of Mathematics, 110 LCB
155 S 1400 E RM 233
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0090
USA
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WWW URL: http://www.math.utah.edu/~beebe/
04 December 2015
Version 2.35
Title word cross-reference
30th [WH86a]. 3rd [Ano92].
4th [HAB98].
5 × 7 [MBG77].
66-2R [Sey66].
/ [Ano80].
7-10 [VC92]. 76 [Car80]. 7th
[HAB98, Zla92].
1.5A1 [Ano86f]. 10 [Sey66]. 10/66 [Sey66].
10/66-2R [Sey66]. 10/100 [Com83].
100-font [BN94]. 106 [FN85a, FN85b].
1130 [IBM67]. 14th [Ano93a]. 15th [GR94].
16507-2 [Deu98]. 1846 [Ano96a]. 1970
[Lan71]. 1975 [Ano75]. 1984- [LA84]. 1988
[ZD91, vV88]. 1995 [Mac96]. 1998-04
[Deu98]. 1st [ICC65a].
80’S [Dun80]. 8400 [Lev84].
’92 [VC92]. ’95 [Lev95]. 9541 [SBSG89].
’98 [HAB98].
= [Can93, ICC65a, MB96].
ABC [Lin82]. ABCs [Col89]. ABP [Lip78].
Abstract [Bro69]. academic [Wal82].
acceptance [Gul62]. Access
[Day83, PRB87]. accessories [Lin30, Linxx].
202 [CKT80]. 23 [WW03]. 24-Wire
[BM87]. 25th [WH86a]. 27 [ZD91]. 2R
[Sey66].
1
2
According [Ano86b]. accuracy
[AIDG95, WT28]. achieve [MR92b]. ACM
[SIG82, Abr81]. acoustooptic [Ano96d].
acquisition [CBT88]. ACS [Dod97].
Adaptive [CW85, Ano96f]. Addressable
[Ano86a]. Addressing [Ano86d]. Adjust
[Ano85b]. Adobe [Ben95]. Advanced
[Her81, Kim80, LK93, RS81]. Advances
[CTC66]. Advantage [Zur85].
advertisement [Wil37]. advertisers
[Ame30]. advertising [Anoxx]. affect
[Ber00]. African [WH86a]. after [Ber23].
age [MH98, San99, ZD91]. Ago [Ano96a].
Aid [Pin81, TBF+ 77]. Aided
[Ulu86, Ber67, Fri70, Gol69, Hol84, SPD72].
aids [CBB87]. AIP [Ano90a]. Aldine
[Fle88]. Aldus [Fle88]. Aleph [SW92].
Algebraic [Lev95]. ALGOL [von67].
Algorithm [BDN83, Smi84, HYH89,
HYH91, MP94, dG99].
All-Points-Addressable [Ano86a].
Alphabet [Zap07a]. Alphabetgeschichten
[Zap07b]. Alphabetical [Ros15].
Alphabets [ST85, Kel11]. Also [Phe89].
alternative [Bee86]. alternatives [Le 88].
am [SV73]. amateur [Har83]. America
[Ann75, Ann94, Ano97]. American
[Ano97, Big80, FM94, McG86, McG93,
Par75, Sax92, Tho77, Tho96]. among
[Gul62]. AMS [Spi86, Spi90]. AMS-TEX
[Spi86, Spi90]. Analysis
[MMN79, RS84, Eze87, Hau94, SO94].
annealing [Lag95]. anniversary [Fri83].
annotated [Sch95]. Annotations [Fre96].
Annual
[Ano91, Ano93a, GR94, Mor93, WW03].
Ansaetze [ZK88]. any [KPB87]. Anything
[Per88]. APL
[APL87, Dic87, GSMN93, Hoh88, How86].
APL2TEX [GSMN93]. Apple
[Knu91c, Wag85]. appliances [Wil31].
Application [Sch83, Lop94]. Applications
[HL87, Zey74, Ano87b]. Applied
[CKM86, CK86, Pin94]. appreciated
[Kra96]. Approach [GW85, Gra86, Kor75,
LZ86, BS96, Krt94, Won86a, Won90].
approaches [MRT89]. April [VC92, vV88].
APSQ [Com84]. arabe [Ham75]. Arabic
[Ano92, Lag92a, AA89, All94, AM86,
Ano96e, EEN90, Lag92b, Mac90, Niz90,
Ploxx, Str93, ZA87]. ArabTEX
[Lag92b, Lag92a]. Arbitrary [MN77].
architecture [Ano96f]. Area
[Her78a, Her78b, WH86b, DS83]. Arizona
[USE87]. arrows [Ros92a]. Art [Abi88,
Bor85, Ham68, Har83, Kel10, SL67, Ano97].
article [VDM+ 93]. Artist [Wri83]. artistic
[HAB98]. Asian [WH86a]. ASIS [Lan71].
aspect [FM94, Som90]. ASQA [Ano96f].
assembly [Ano90b]. assessing [UB95].
assessment [Ber00, Hus76]. assistants
[Swa71, Swa79, Swa86, Swa98].
Assumptions [BM87]. Athens [Mac96].
Atkyns [Bli82]. attitudes [Skr59].
attribute [Lin95]. ATU [TA82]. August
[WH86a, Lop94]. Ausgabe [Deu98].
Author [Doo89, Ano52, Til52, Til55].
Authored [Kee80]. Authors
[Dod97, Kel85, CBB87, Mas05, McS84,
Swa71, Swa79, Swa86, Swa98]. automate
[CBT88]. Automated
[Bra09, Gar80, Kee80, Lag95, MR92b, RM74,
Com64, Com66, Com69, Des89, SS75].
Automatic [Ano86b, ICC65a, MP94,
MPZ95, SL67, SOE77, TCLM82, Buc64,
Cla64, JK74, MH70, Pla81, Ter68, TH73].
Automatically [Ano85b, BS96, Hob93].
Automation [For89, Fre96, Rad77, YKT90].
automatique [ICC65a]. Automatische
[Roe85]. Automatisches [ICC65a].
Auxiliary [Her71]. available
[Lan40, Col30, Lan49].
Babbage [Bux88]. Back [HYH89, HYH91].
Back-propagataion [HYH89].
Back-propagation [HYH91]. Bangla
[PC94]. Bangladeshi [PC94]. Bangor
[Uni74]. Barbara [GR94]. Barnett [Sey66].
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Based [Gel91, Pow86, BS96, GMZZ94,
KAT90, Lev87, MPZ95, TC92]. Basic
[BL84, CBM99, Gho84, Col62, Kle79, RM74,
Sac86, Tay16, Her95]. BBN [Ano96e]. Be
[Pod84, Ame30, Lan49]. beautiful [Ber23].
Beauty [Kad11]. Bedeutung [Thi83].
beginner [Ano86i]. Beginning [SP87].
Begriffe [Deu94]. Being
[Kra96, Col30, Gou78]. Beispiel [SV73].
Bell [Lan40]. Benefits [Met75, Gib95].
Benton [Cos86]. beta [LH91]. beta-spline
[LH91]. Better [Phi79, PK82, UBR90].
between [Ploxx, WT26, WT33]. Bézier
[FB85, MP94]. Bible [Har94b].
Bibliographic [AKWC82, All81].
bibliography [Gil91, Gra66, Gra69, Nel88].
Binary [PS84]. bindery [Sta71b, Sta71a].
binding [Bar71]. biographies [BMD87].
biography [Mer98, MS89]. Birmingham
[Ano93a]. birth [Fri83]. bitmaps [Hob93].
Bits [Bra13a]. block [SO94].
block-class-specific [SO94]. Board
[WT28, WT26]. Boards [Boa84]. Book
[Ano31, Bor85, Her78a, Her78b, Mas05,
San99, Sey66, Woh98, Aus88, Ame30, Ano52,
Bur61, Bli82, Buc64, Dun83, Fos81, Kel10,
Knu86a, Kun79, LA84, LA85, Til52, Tho77,
Tho96]. Book-Like [Woh98]. Books
[PRB87, Col62, Cro80, Fos81, Gou78, Mul94,
Mul05]. borders [Ame30]. Both
[LZ86, Ame30, Lan49, Tay16]. Box [Krt94].
Boyd [Cos86]. Braille
[AJ88b, AJ88a, AJ90]. Branding [RPP96].
Breaking [KP81]. breaks [PK82]. Brewer
[Uni74]. Bridging [dG99]. brief [Phe61].
Bringing [Mun88]. Brockmann [Mül96].
Browne [Ano80]. Brushless [JSG78].
Buchstaben [Poh15]. budget [Eis90].
Buechern [Man87]. Buffer [Ano86h].
Buffers [Buy85]. build [Kle79]. Bulletin
[Bro69]. Burns [Bur61]. business [Ame83,
Ame84, Ame88, Buh80, Buh81, Int06].
Buyer [Ano89a]. Buyers [Lab84]. Buying
[Nie80]. Byblos [Ano96e]. BYSO [Lev87].
C [Hol87a]. CA [GR94]. caching [FK85].
calligraphic [Par93b]. Calligraphy
[Her67, Cus11]. Cambridge
[Sey66, All81, AKWC82, UCBB83]. Camera
[Ano95a, Ano95b, Ano95c, Ano98].
Camera-ready
[Ano95a, Ano95b, Ano95c, Ano98]. campus
[Rob72]. can [MR92b]. Canada [Lev95].
cap [Ano80]. capitalization [Int06]. cards
[Buc64, Cus11]. care [Wil31]. Cartography
[Her69, Her79, Her95]. Cartridge [Ano86g].
Case [Per88, Phi79, Ste19]. Caslon [Bli82].
cast [Lan49]. Catalan [FF93]. catalog
[Buc64]. catalogs [Ann75, Ann94, Buc64].
catalogue [Sch95]. Cathode [Kim80].
Cathode-Ray [Kim80]. Celestial [Her79].
census [Ano84, Dep79]. centenary [Bia93].
Center [AKWC82]. Centre [All81].
centroid [AIDG95]. century [Gou78, Kel10,
Skr59, Wal84, McG86, McG93]. Certain
[Des89]. Chain [TKE83]. change
[Ano95d, Edv94, May69]. Changeable
[BG73]. changed [Fre90]. Changes
[BM87, Mas84, Knu86f, Knu89a]. Changing
[Ano86b, Cle82, Sha85, Eze87]. chap
[Gou78]. Chapter [Lan71]. Character
[Ano86e, BG73, CKM86, CK86, KM87,
MRS83, MS84, NSA90, Rei66, SP87, Som90,
Ste87, THL80, Tri69, UKKS84, UM85,
Wol86, All94, Ano96f, AIDG95, ELS94,
FTBM96, HD88, KD94, Krt94, LK95, Lin95,
LCO94, Smi90, UBR90]. Characteristics
[RF77]. Characters [Ano85a, Ano85c,
KB86, KPB87, LZ86, MBG77, Ume82,
Ano96b, Hus95, Pow90, TC92]. Charles
[Bux88]. CHEM [BJK87]. Chemical
[BJK87, Boa84, HO87, Haa86]. Chemlaw
[Mar83]. Chicago
[SIG82, Ano82a, Ano93c, Ano03]. child
[FM94]. Chinese
[Lun99, Ano83b, Ano96b, Ano96f, BS96,
CH85, IBC87, LZ86, Lin95, MPZ95,
RRLG83, TC92, Ume82, UM85, WH95].
Chinese/Japanese [IBC87]. chip [Ano96f].
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Choosing [PK82]. Chronicle [Zap07a].
Chronik [Zap07b]. chronology [Wal88].
Church [Hus76]. CICERO [AC79].
Circuit [Boa84, Pad87]. circuits [Sim87].
circular [AAP94]. CIS [Com64]. Civil
[Par75, Int06]. CJKV [Lun99]. Clark
[ZD91]. Class [Ano93b, SO94]. Classic
[BHH+ 99]. Classical [ZD91].
Classification [ELS94, LCO94]. classifier
[BN94, CDV95]. Classifiers [SV73].
Classroom [Clo80]. Claude [Ber23].
clichage [Sta71b, Sta71a]. Closer
[BDH+ 94, BHH+ 99, BDH02]. Club
[WW03]. cluster [UB95]. cockpit [UB95].
code [Lev87, Lin95]. Coded [TKE83].
codes [Aus88]. Coding [Kor75]. Cold
[Gra75, Kro67, Jac74, Rob72]. Colines
[Sch95]. collation [BMD87]. collection
[CIS67]. Columbus [Col30]. Column
[Ano85b]. Command [Ano86h].
commands [Com83]. comments [AA89].
Commercial [Dun80, Gul62, Sey82].
commerciale [Sta71b, Sta71a]. Committee
[WT28, WT26]. Common [Cra87a].
commonly [Fos76]. Communication
[CDM02, Pod84, IEE93, MB96].
Communications [Her78a, Her78b, Mor87].
Como [Luc85]. Comp [Gra75].
Companion [GRM97]. Company
[Ano31, Ber23, Col30, Rom14].
Comparative [Tay16, SZ91]. Comparison
[MRT89, SV73, Gul62]. Comparisons
[MBG77, LCO94]. Complete
[Fel03, Har83, Lin82]. Completely [Ale92].
Complex [BKKW98, Woh98]. components
[WH95]. composer [Gar73, Bro69].
composing [Lin30, Phi68, Ploxx].
Composition
[Ale92, BE92, Com83, GS70, ICC65a, Lan71,
Mac75, MNM79, Par75, Rub88, Sha85,
Bar87, Lan40, Ber75, Can93, Hen73, Hol84,
Hus85b, Int06, KAT90, Kro67, Kun79,
Lan49, LK95, MM73, Deu94, Sta71b, Sta71a].
Compositors [Har91, BMD87, CBB87].
Comprehension [Cle82]. comprehensive
[Fos76]. Compression
[Ano86c, BHW83, IKM82, SO94].
Compression/Decompression [Ano86c].
Compugraphics [Lev84].
Compugraphics-8400 [Lev84].
Computation [Lev95]. Computational
[Par93a]. Computer [AKWC82, AK73,
Bar65, Ber67, CTC65, Cat83, Cle82, CW82,
Dav69, Gel91, Gol69, Gra66, Gra69, Hah93,
Her72, Her81, Kee80, Knu86d, Knu87a,
Lan71, Le 88, LK77, Mar72, McS84, MC75,
Neg88, Phi68, Pie71, Pow86, Rub88, Sac80,
Sam82, Ser84, SPD72, Wag85, ZJ84, von67,
All81, Ano98, BS88, Bee86, Com64, Com66,
Com69, Car80, Dal80, FN87, Fri70, GB82,
Hah91, Hen73, Hol84, CTC66, Int82, Int86,
KR85, MH70, Pub71, Rom75, Spi80, Spi82,
Spi83, Com84, WH76, ZD91, Sey66, Ulu86].
Computer-aided [Gol69, SPD72, Fri70].
Computer-Based [Pow86].
computerisation [Hus95]. Computerized
[Ano82b, AJ88b, AJ88a, AJ90, Bea77,
CCT65, ICC65b, LB74, Met75, RRLG83,
ST85, SDB88, CIS67, Nat87a, Nat87b, TH73].
Computerphile [Bra13a, Bra13b].
Computers [Ano91, Ghe87, Her67, Knu86e,
Knu86f, Knu89a, SOE77, Win90].
Computing [Lun99, Ano92]. COMTEXT
[Car80]. Concept [Wri81]. concepts
[Com00, FSS82]. concise [Wal88].
Conference
[APL87, Ano75, Ano91, CIS67, CTC65,
Dun80, For89, HAB98, CCT65, ICC65b,
CTC66, LBJ95, Luc85, USE87, VC92, Zla92,
vV88, SIG82, Ano92, Des86, SPD72].
Congress [Buc64, ICC65a, WH86a].
Connectionist [GSKM92]. connectivity
[Krt94]. Considerations
[Ben85, Boe76, PRB87]. Constructing
[Wal87]. Construction [LLW95, UM85].
contemporary [Sha77]. Content
[Bra09, Pow62]. Contents
[EGL+ 97, VDM+ 93]. context [KH94].
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Continued [Ano97, Hel99]. Continues
[Eis88]. Continuity [FB85]. contour
[NSA90]. contribution
[Cus11, Ham75, WH76]. contributions
[Cos86]. Control
[Rac70, RS81, SP87, FZ93, Pos78].
controller [Nas94]. Controlling [Ser84].
Conversion [Ano96b, BDN83]. Converting
[ZJ84]. coordinates [WH76]. Coping
[Smi89]. Copy [Kas72, Bar71, Lip78].
copyediting [Swa71, Swa79, Swa86, Swa98].
Copyflow [Kun79]. CORE [EGL+ 97].
Corporation [Le 88]. Correct [Ghe87].
correcting [BN94, Ste19]. correction
[Ano52]. corrections [Til52, Til55].
Corrosion [Boa84]. Cost
[BG73, Buy85, Col86, HH83, Pin81, Ser88].
Cost-Effective [Pin81]. Costs
[Mac75, Ano80, Le 88, MM73, Tay16].
Council [CIS67]. count [FBJ90]. Counting
[San95]. Course [CBM99, RM74]. CPU
[KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94]. Craft [MR92b].
Crashkurs [Kha00]. Create [Buy85].
creation [Buc64]. credited [Ber23].
Critical [BDH+ 94, BDH02, HM01].
crosswords [vdL92]. CRT [Gol69, Kim80,
MRS83, Pad87, Rac70, Ric81, THL80].
Crystal [Ano86d]. Crystallographic
[All81, AKWC82]. CTS [Kok87]. Cueing
[FC77]. Culture [LR94, Ham75]. Cursor
[Ano85c]. curve [LH91, MP94]. Curves
[FB85]. Custom [RS81]. cuts [MM73].
Cwpr [IBC87]. Cyber [Car80]. Cyber-76
[Car80]. Cyrillic [Str93].
daily [Dep72, May69, Ten76]. Dallas
[APL87]. Data [All81, AKWC82, Ben88,
IKM82, RS84, Buc64, CBT88, FZ93, LA84,
LA85, Rom75, SO94]. Database
[HYC82, ZJ84, Myh90]. Databases [Kim90].
Datasouth [Bry84]. d’Athènes [Mac96].
day [Ame30]. days [Str93]. DC
[Lan71, CCT65, ICC65b, JSG78].
December [Ano92, Lan71, Ano96a].
Decisions [Wag85, Ros92a]. defects [UB95].
deformations [Par93a]. Delivers [RS81].
Delivery [Tul85]. demands [Nas94].
démocratisation [Ham75]. demonstration
[Col30]. Denotational [Pin94].
department [Jac74, Wil37]. Description
[Ges86, Fos81]. descriptions [CDV95].
Design
[Ben85, BDH+ 94, BHH+ 99, BDH02, BCJR87,
CDM02, Hel99, Kad11, Kim80, Kin93,
Meg98, MMN79, MNM79, Mül96, NKMO89,
PRB87, Rub88, SOE77, SDB88, Tri69,
Wag85, ZL87, ZA87, Cos86, Cus11, Gho84,
Gou78, Hal80, Hal81, Lab88, LLW95, LK95,
Mas05, MR92a, MB96, Par93a, Par93b,
Ros92a, Som90, Tho77, Tho96, Uni78, Pri80].
Designer [Hel98, Mül96, PK02, TR02].
designers [Kel10, MB96]. Designing
[CBM99, WH95]. designs [Gou78]. Desk
[Nat86]. Desk-top [Nat86]. Desktop
[Ano96c, Cis87, Cra87b, FN87, Gel91,
Mor87, YKT90, Bee86, Cra87a, Kle87,
Kle90, Nel88, Ser88, GK00].
Desktop-publishing [GK00]. details
[Har83]. Detection [MC75]. Deutsche
[BN85]. develop [Rom76]. developed
[Ano96f]. Development [Ano83b, SP87,
Wag85, Hus73, Hus85b, She50].
Developments [Zap07a, Hol84, Wal88].
Device [Bro85, IBC87, Wat84].
Device-Independent [Bro85, IBC87].
dformat [Ben88]. Diagnostics [EM84].
diagram [Ros92a]. Diagrams
[BJK87, Ros92b, Ing91]. Dictionary
[Fos76]. differ [BL84]. Difference
[Ploxx, Pap91]. Different [Ale92, WT28].
Digiset [Zey74]. Digital
[BBK13, BD83, Col86, EGL+ 97, Knu99,
Rac70, Rub88, Wad84, Ano96f, Bry96,
BW95, Col89, HAB98, Lev84, MH98, Mor89,
San99, Sey84b, Sey84a, Deu98]. Digitaler
[Deu98]. Digits [Ast72]. dimensional
[MB96]. Dimensions [AKWC82, All81].
DIN [Deu98]. DIPS [FN85a, FN85b].
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DIPS-106 [FN85a, FN85b]. direct
[KNS90]. directions [Knu79]. Directors
[WW03]. Discrete [WH86b].
Discrete-Element [WH86b]. Display
[AMS83, Ano86h, Lan49, Pad87, RS84,
Tuf83, UB95]. Displayed [Kor75]. Displays
[MRS83, WH86b, Niz90]. disquisition
[Kra96]. Distributed [BW84]. distribution
[Buc64, ELS94]. dithering [AIDG95].
ditroff [AB89, BD87, Pow90, BD88, Guyxx].
diversions [WBS82]. Division [Sam82]. Do
[Bry84, Cle82, Clo80]. Do-It-All [Bry84].
Document [BW82, BW84, FSS82, Geh86,
Geh87, GL88, NCNS82, SO94, Sey82, SP87,
Sri93, Tul85, VC92, VP94, vV88, ANP81,
But94, CHM00, Bea88b, KL82, KH96,
Kin93, Lam86, McC88, WBS82, Won90].
Document-Preparation [BW82].
Documentary [Fle88]. Documentation
[CW82, HYC82, Luc85, MPP81, Mar72,
Des86]. Documents [BKKW98, GRM97,
Hah93, TCLM82, Woh98, AB89, ACG94,
Bea77, Hah91, Uni85a]. does [Ber00].
Dokumentation [Ulu86].
Dokumenteneditor [Sch86a]. dominate
[Ben95]. Doors [Dun83]. Dot [BM87,
DiV84, MBG77, LBS85, LJ90, Niz90, UB95].
Dot-Matrix [DiV84, LBS85, UB95]. dot/
millimeter [LJ90]. Down [Bor96].
downsample [ACG94]. DP [Cat83]. Dr.
[Hus76]. Draft [BDN83, Kit84].
Draft-To-Text [BDN83]. Drive
[JSG78, FBJ90]. Drucktechnik [Deu98].
Dual [TA82]. Dual-Font [TA82]. Durham
[Ano92]. Dwiggins [Fri83]. Dynamo
[Bry84].
Early [Car02, LR94, Hus85a, She50]. earn
[Pos78]. Ease [Abi88]. eases [Nas94]. Easy
[BF80, LU92, Wil89]. economic
[Dav88, Hau94, Mor89]. Economical
[Sac80]. economically [Lin39]. Edit
[MH70, TH73]. Edit-insertion [MH70].
edit/insert [TH73]. Editing [Cla64, Kas72,
LB74, Mas84, SOE77, Ran86, Com79].
Editor [Wal87, ANP81]. editorial
[Swa71, Swa79, Swa86, Swa98]. Editors
[Dod97, CBB87, McS84]. Education
[Hel98, FM94, LBJ95]. effect
[BSS92, Pow62, Ran86, WT28]. Effective
[Gar73, Pin81, Pod84]. effectiveness [FZ93].
Effects [AMS83]. Effektivnosti [RF77].
Efficiency [RF77, WT26, WT33]. Efficient
[Ghe87, IKM82, KB86, TC92]. efficiently
[Lin39]. Einfuehrung [Sch86b]. Electronic
[Ber75, Ber82, Bor85, Cle82, Clo80, Dun80,
GS70, HAB98, Hol84, Mar87, Pie71, SP87,
VC92, Wal84, Zey74, vV88, Kan87, Nat87a,
Nat87b]. electrotyping [Fos81]. Element
[WH86b]. Elements [Bri02, Int06, LK95].
eleven [Kel10]. embedded
[CK88, KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94]. employed
[Ste19]. Encoding [PS84, SP87].
encyclopaedia [GMZZ94]. Encyclopedia
[Sha77]. End [RS65, GSMN93]. enduring
[FM94]. engineer [PEE58]. Engineering
[CIS67, Kad11]. Engineers [Par75].
English [RPP96, BL84, Bli82, Cry15, Int06,
Ock71, Ock75]. engraving [Fos81].
engravings [Har83]. Enhancement
[Bra09]. enjoy [Buh80, Buh81].
Entwicklungen [Zap07b]. enunciated
[Hus76]. Environment
[Hay87, Edv94, Wal82]. Envisioning
[Tuf90]. EP [HAB98]. EP92 [VC92]. Eq
[Kin91, Kin92]. eqn [Bra84]. equalization
[ACG94]. Equations [CH85, Fod78].
Equipment
[Nie80, PEE58, Gag29, Kro67, Phi68].
Ergonomic [MRS83]. Ergonomics [Kil83].
Eric [Gil91]. errata [Knu86f, Knu89a].
Error [Gra86, Ran86, VDM+ 93]. Errors
[AMS83, MC75, ELS94, San95, WW93].
Erste [WF99]. Esq [Bux88]. Essays
[Fle88, Dun83, Wal93]. establish [Jac74].
established [Bea88b]. esteem [FM94].
estimation [Kop93]. etc [Fos76].
European [Des86, Luc85, Zla92]. EuroTEX
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[Zla92]. evaluate [Rom75]. every [Ros15].
Everyone [Hah93, Hah91]. Evidence
[Tuf97]. evolution [Hau94]. examination
[Win90, Bra84]. Example [SV73, GSKM92].
examples [Sch95]. Executive [Gar67].
exhibit [Ber23]. Experience
[Bro69, CKT80, ZJ84]. Experimental
[FC77]. Experiments [Sey66, Bar65].
Expert [BCJR87]. Explanations [Tuf97].
explanatory [Har83]. explicit
[Spi80, Spi82]. Expressions [Hol87b, Pin94].
Extra [Bra13a]. extraction [MPZ95, TC92].
F.R.S. [Bux88]. Face
[Jur02, Sha85, Ber23, IEE93]. faces
[Ame30, Col30, Lud89, Lan49].
Fachsprachlichen [Roe85]. facsimile
[Gou78]. Factors [SDB88]. facts
[BMD87, Bir80]. Fail [Ast72]. Fail-Safe
[Ast72]. Failure [HL87]. failures [UBR90].
Falsified [TCLM82]. Family [DiV84].
famous [BMD87]. Fancy [Hof83]. Farewell
[Mas84]. fast [BMD87]. Fatigue
[WT26, WT28]. features [Fos81, HD88].
February [ZD91]. Federal [VC92].
feedback [Mar91a, Mar91b]. feedforward
[MRT89]. Fehlerlose [Roe85]. Fewer
[Pri81]. fifteen [Ber23]. Figures [BD87].
Files [Sac80, BD88]. Find [SG93].
findphrases [AB89]. fine
[WT26, WT28, WT33]. Fingertips [Lun02].
finishing [Fos76]. First
[Luc85, Ber23, Bli82]. Five [Ste96]. flow
[FZ93]. Fluorescent [RF77]. FOAM
[GW85]. Font
[AMS83, AM86, Ano85a, Ano85c, Ano86b,
Ano86c, Ano86d, Ano86e, Ano86g, Ano86h,
Ast72, BDN83, BG73, BHW83, Bro85,
CKM86, CK86, EM84, Fow73, FN85a, FN85b,
GL84, Hof83, HD88, JSG78, KB86, KPB87,
KH94, KH96, Kit84, KM87, LO90, LZ86,
LH91, MBG77, McC84, MRS83, MN77, MS84,
PS84, RS81, Rei66, SV73, SP87, SBSG89,
SSST83, TKE83, TCLM82, Tri69, TA82,
UKKS84, Ume82, UM85, Wad84, WH86b,
Wol86, ZL87, Ano96b, Ano96e, Ano96f,
BN94, BSS92, EEN90, FK85, Gho84, Guyxx,
HFW+ 96, KMNO89, KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94,
Kop93, LK95, Lin95, LCO94, MP94, MPZ95,
MRT89, NKMO89, Par93a, Ris88, SB93,
TC92, UBR90, WB95, HFW+ 96]. Font-and
[HD88]. Fonts [Col86, Hoe98, Mar87, ST85,
BSS92, HBBG95, Pow90, WH76]. Forensics
[BBK13]. Form [CDM02, Buc64]. Formal
[HYC82, ZA87]. format [But94]. Formats
[Ben88, Bea88b]. Formatter
[Fuj94, HO87, KW89, ZA87, AA89, Haa86].
Formatting
[BF80, GW85, Noo83, CHM00, FSS82,
Geh86, Geh87, GL88, Kin93, Com79, dG99].
Formeln [Sch86a, Thi83]. Formelsatz
[Deu94]. Formelzeichen [Deu94]. Forms
[CH85, Jac79]. Formulae [Fuj94].
Formulas [HO87, Haa86, Thi83]. Forth
[For89, Smi89, Smi90]. FORTRAN
[Her69, Her70, JK74, Her71]. Forty
[Cha97, LJ90, Ber23]. foundries
[Ann75, Ann94]. Fourth [Ano91, Win90].
FrameMaker [Ben95]. francais [Mac96].
France [Des86, HAB98, vV88]. Franklin
[Anoxx]. free [KD94]. French
[And05, BL84]. front [GSMN93]. Full
[PRB87]. Fuller [Cos86]. function [KH96].
functional [dG99]. Functions [HL87].
Future [Ber82, Mor87, Opp85, MR92a].
gap [dG99]. Garamond [Ber23]. Gartom
[RF77]. Gee [Wil37]. gender [Edv94].
general [Par93a, She50]. generalization
[GSKM92]. generalized [Lag95].
Generating
[Hob93, AB89, BS96, HFW+ 96].
Generation [Kit84, PS84, ST85, UKKS84,
Ano88, HBBG95, Kir05, LH91, MP94,
MPZ95, Ris88, Win90, Won86a]. Generator
[SSST83, THL80]. Generic [Aus88].
genesis [She50]. Geometric [FB85].
Georgia [Win90]. German
8
[Thi83, Bau41, Deu98, Deu94]. Gestaltung
[MB96]. Ghost [Ano85c]. Giant [Poy01a].
Gill [Gil91]. given [VDM+ 93]. Gks [SS86].
Gks-Graphiken [SS86]. global [KH94].
Glossary
[Ano83a, Com66, Com69, EAE+ 94, EAE+ 96,
Goo82, Nat87a, Nat87b, Com64, SS75].
Goodbye [Kir05]. Gospel [Gos90]. Goudy
[Gou78]. Goudy’s [Ber23]. gourmet
[Spi80, Spi82, Spi83, Spi86, Spi90]. Grafica
[Gar80]. Grafik [Blu86]. grammar [Int06].
grap [GL88, BK86, BK90]. Graphic
[BDH+ 94, BHH+ 99, BDH02, Hel98, Hel99,
Her78a, Her78b, Meg98, Mül96, SDB88,
MB96, WH76]. Graphical [Mol93].
Graphics [CW82, Dun80, GRM97, Hoe98,
RS81, Wal87, Bea88a, CK88, Ike95, Ker81,
Ker82a, Ker82b, Wyd81, Van80, Van81].
Graphik [SS86]. Graphiken [SS86].
Graphs [BK90, BK86]. gratified [Ber23].
gray [Woo87]. grayscale [HBBG95]. Great
[Bra13b]. Greater [Uni74]. Greek [Mac96].
greyvalue [HD88]. Grid [MB96, TR02].
gridfont [GSKM92]. growth [Bli82]. Guide
[Dod97, Fel03, Hah93, Ano86f, Ano86i,
Ano87a, Ano87c, Ano89a, Bar71, Ber75,
BW95, Dal80, Fos76, Hah91, Hal80, Hal81,
Hol84, KS87, KC78, Lev87, Lin82, Lip78,
Mas05, McS84, Mye83, Mye84a, SS75, Spi80,
Spi82, Spi83, Spi86, Spi90, Uni78, Pri80,
Wil89]. Guild [Hod03]. Gutenberg
[Fis00, Kir05, Ploxx]. GVIP [Ike95].
Hackers [Kad11]. half [Gou78].
half-century [Gou78]. Hallmark [Cus11].
Hamburg [WH86a]. hand [Lan49, Sax92,
Ste19, Tay16, WT26, WT28, WT33].
Handbook [ABO06, Kra01, Hod03, Kle87,
Kle90, Kro67, Ric81, vL92, Bau41].
Handbuch [BF10, Poh15, Bau41].
Handling [Ano86g, KM87, Mar87].
Handwritten [LZ86]. Hangul [Kim90].
Hansen [San99]. Hard [RF77]. Hardware
[Boe76]. Hart [Har91]. Hashing [Hol87b].
having [Kra96]. HDTV [MRK93]. Head
[Ano93b, FBJ90, LJ90]. Headlines [LB74].
Hebrew [Har94b, Str93]. Height [Ano85b].
held [HAB98, Mac96, SPD72]. hello [Kir05].
Help [Nel88, Dow83]. Hermann
[Cus11, Kel11]. Hershey [WH76].
Heuristics [Sam82]. hidden
[CWB93, HYH89, HYH91]. hierarchical
[ANP81]. High [AIDG95, BHW83, CDFV12,
DiV84, Int82, Int86, KMNO89, ST85, Ser88,
UKKS84, ZL87, Ano80, Ano96b, Ike95,
KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94, MP94, MR92a].
high-performance [Ike95]. High-Quality
[DiV84, ST85, UKKS84, CDFV12, MP94].
High-Speed [ZL87, KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94].
High-tech [Int82, Int86]. Highest [MR92b].
Highlights [Ano97]. Highly [IKM82]. Hilfe
[WF99]. hint [KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94].
historical [Mor89]. History
[Bra13a, Dow97, MLS82, Meg98, Per88,
Rom14, Hus85b, Kle78, PHM80]. Hitac
[Hay87]. hoax [Hus76]. holy
[Har94b, Har92]. home [BS88, Har83]. hood
[Ano90c]. Hot [Mas84, MH98, San99]. hour
[Wil89]. house
[Ano52, Bir80, Bra84, Eis90, Hal80, Hal81,
Mun88, Til52, Til55, Vác92, Gos90].
HPWord [Smi84]. Human [KB86, SDB88].
humanities [Ano87b]. hundred [Ste96].
hundredth [Fri83]. Hyphenate
[Ock71, Ock75]. Hyphenating [RS65].
Hyphenation [MMN79, Smi84, Wan79].
Hyphens [Pri81]. hz [LK93]. hz-Program
[LK93].
IBM [Gar67, Gar73, Pap89]. Iceland
[Edv94]. ideas [Dow83, Kra96].
Identification [TCLM82, KH94, KH96].
IEEE [Ano75]. IFIP [DS83]. III
[Cra87a, RRLG83]. Illumination
[WT28, WT26, WT33, WT26]. illustrated
[Kle87, Kle90]. Illustrating [GRM97].
illustration [Hod03]. illustrations
[Spi80, Spi82]. Image
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[Ano88, IKM82, Poy01a, HD88, SO94].
Images [Tuf97, CWB93, Kop93, Lev84].
imaging [HAB98]. Impact
[DiV84, ZL87, Mye84b, UB95]. Impaired
[GL84]. Implement [BF80].
Implementation [Hol87a, AA89, Kin93].
Impressions [Ano97]. Improve [UBR90].
Improved [Buy85, Ano86i]. Improving
[Cle82]. In-house
[Bir80, Bra84, Eis90, Hal80, Hal81, Mun88].
Inclusion [CW82]. incorporating
[Ano52, Phi68, Til52]. Incremental
[CHM00]. Independent
[Bro85, IBC87, Ker82c]. indexes [AB89].
Indexing
[Bra09, Col62, Cro80, Mul94, Mul05]. Indo
[PC94]. Indo-Bangladeshi [PC94].
Industrial [For89, WT28, WT26].
Industrie [Sta71b, Sta71a]. industries
[YKT90]. industry [Bir76, Bir83, Hau94,
Kil83, Sta71b, Sta71a, Dep79]. Indx [AB89].
influential [Kel10]. Infoline [Opp85].
Information [Ano80, Ano83b, Ano87b,
Bro85, CH85, ICC65a, II88, Lun99, Mar72,
Opp85, Tuf83, Tuf90, Kan87, Mye83,
Mye84a, Sli81, Sli84, SBSG89, Ste19, Myh90].
Initial [Ano86h]. Innovations [Par75].
Innovative [UB95]. inquiries [Sim87].
insertion [MH70]. Institut [Mac96].
Institute [VC92]. Institution [Hus85a].
instruction [Ten76]. Instructions
[Ano95a, Ano95b, Ano95c, Ano98].
instructor [Har83]. Instrument [LR94].
Integrated [GMZZ94]. Integration
[App86, Blu86, Sch86a]. Intensive [Ben20].
Interactive
[BW84, GM83, TBF+ 77, Lau90, Par93b].
Interaktive [App86]. Interchange
[SP87, Bea88b, SBSG89]. interesting
[Fos81]. Interface
[ASW89, GL84, LA84, Lau90, Phi68, LA85].
Interleaf [Blu86]. International [Ano92,
HAB98, ICC65b, CTC66, ICC65a, Lev95,
VC92, WH86a, Mac96, Par90, SPD72, vV88].
internationalization [Mac90].
Interpolating [FB85]. Intertype [Lud89].
Introduction
[Dow97, KR85, PHM80, Rad77, Rub88,
Ano88, Com00, Grä96, Hen73, Pub71].
invariant [AAP94, HD88]. invention
[Fre90, Rom86a, Rom86b]. inventions
[Hus76]. inventor [Mer98, MS89].
Investigation [SDB88]. IPCC [IEE93].
iron [Sax92]. isn’t [Woo87]. ISO [SBSG89].
ISO/IEC [SBSG89]. ISSAC [Lev95].
issues [FSS82, Gho84]. Italics [Fow73].
Italy [Luc85]. items [Sli81, Sli84]. IV
[Her69].
Jailbreak [Bra13b]. Japanese
[Lun99, ST85]. John [Lan40]. joint
[WT26, WT28]. jointly [HAB98]. Josef
[Mül96]. journal [MM73]. journalism
[Ten76]. Journals [Ano75, LK77]. joy
[Spi80, Spi82, Spi83, Spi86, Spi90]. July
[Ano93a, GR94, CTC66, Lev95]. June
[Abr81, Des86, For89, Mac96, USE87]. Just
[Lan88]. Justification [Pri81]. Justified
[Reh78, Sam82]. justifying [Ste19].
Kanji [FN85a, FN85b, SSST83, TKE83].
Kanji-Printers [FN85a]. Karel [KTM02].
Kathleen [San99]. keepsake [Bia93]. Kent
[DS83]. Key [BM87]. Keyboard
[Fri70, Lun02]. Khmer [Har94a].
Klassifikatoren [SV73]. knowledge
[TC92]. knowledge-based [TC92]. Korean
[Lun99, Kim90]. Kurs [GK00].
labels [SB93]. labours [Bux88]. Lamp
[RF77]. Lamps [RF77]. Language
[Ben88, BK90, BW82, Fox87, Ges86, Pad87,
SW92, BK86, CK88, Gau84, Ing91, Ker81,
Ker82a, Ker82b, Kin93, PC94, Wyd81,
Van80, Van81, WBS82]. Lara [Sch86a].
Large
[Buy85, GL84, KM87, WH86b, Smi89].
Large-Area [WH86b]. Laser
10
[Ano96d, KNS90, Nas94, FN87, LBS85,
Mar91a, Mar91b, MRK93]. Laser-printer
[Nas94]. Lasers [Dun80, Sch83]. late
[Bux88]. latest [Ben95]. Latin [TA82].
Latin/Arabic [TA82]. Lausanne [VC92].
Law [Bor96, Hus76]. Laying [Bor96].
Layout
[Kha00, SDB88, Ben95, Knu91c, Kro67].
Lead [RF77]. leaded [Tay16]. Learning
[CKM86, CK86, GH97]. Least [Kop93].
Least-squares [Kop93]. lecons [And05].
LePrint [LBS85]. lessons [And05]. letter
[Int06, Ros15]. Letterfontäne [Poh15].
lettering [Cus11, Lin82]. Letters
[GF00, Lin82, Mac96]. Level [GW85]. levels
[Can93]. Libraries [Cis87]. Library
[Buc64, EGL+ 97, PRB87, ZD91]. Life
[Fle88, Poy01a, Bux88]. ligatures [Lag92b].
Lighting [RF77, WT28]. Like [Woh98].
Likelihood [BSS92]. Line [RS65, Sam82,
ZL87, KR85, Lan49, Mar91a, Mar91b, PK82].
Linear [SV73, dG99]. linear-time [dG99].
Linearer [SV73]. Linee [Cos86]. lines
[KP81]. lingual [Ano92, Gho84]. link
[MH98, San99]. Linotron [CKT80].
Linotype [Lud89, Rom86a, Rom86b, Tay16,
Col30, Mer98, MS89, Rom14]. Linsco
[Linxx]. Linux [Lip99]. Liquid [Ano86d].
Lisa [Wag85]. listing [Lan49]. LITA
[Cra87b]. Literacy [Hel99]. Literary
[LR94]. Literate [Knu84, Sew89]. Load
[Ano86h]. Loading [FN85a, FN85b]. local
[DS83]. logon [McC88]. London
[CTC65, SPD72]. Look [Gra75]. Looking
[BDH+ 94, BHH+ 99, BDH02]. Lout
[Kin91, Kin92, Kin93]. Low
[BG73, Buy85, Col86, HH83, Thi91, Ser88].
Low-Cost [BG73, Buy85, Col86, HH83].
Low-tech [Thi91]. Lower [Mac75, Phi79].
LSI [KMNO89, NKMO89]. Ltd [Wil37].
Lyuminestsentnykh [RF77].
MACC [Ano87a]. machen [RPP96].
Machine [AM86, Rei66, Rom86a, Rom86b,
Lan40, Buc64, Lan49, Ned89, Phi68, She50].
machinery [Sli81, Sli84]. machines
[Fre90, Hus85a, Lin30, Lin39, Linxx, She50,
Skr59, Wil31]. Machtig [RPP96].
Macintosh
[KS87, Mol93, CS86, How86, Knu91c].
macro [Spi86, Spi90, WM88]. MACSYMA
[Fod78]. Made
[Wag85, Lan40, Ber23, Fos81, Lan49].
MAGIC [MPP81]. Magnetic
[Kok87, Mye84a, Bro69]. maintain
[Lin39, Pos78]. Make [LB74, Par90].
Makeup [KW89]. Making
[Cry15, EGL+ 97, Mar83, Ste19]. making-up
[Ste19]. Malo [HAB98]. man [Phi68].
man-machine [Phi68]. management
[Rom75]. Manifesto [Sie86]. Manipulation
[Abr81, VC92, Lab88, vV88]. Manual
[Ano82a, Ano93c, Ano03, BK90, BF10,
Dod97, Fel03, Gos90, Her78a, Her78b, Lab84,
AC79, Ano90a, Bee86, Col62, Com83,
Ker82a, MB96, Ros92b, Uni85b]. Manuale
[BF10]. Manuel [BF10]. manufacture
[Fos81]. manufactures [Ano84, Dep79].
Manuscripts
[Ano95a, Ano95b, Ano95c, Ano98, Car80].
Manutius [Fle88]. Maple
[Ano31, Lop94, Pin94]. Maps [GM83].
March [HAB98, CCT65]. March/April
[HAB98]. Margination [Fis00, GF00].
mark [AJ88a, AJ90]. mark-up
[AJ88a, AJ90]. Marken [RPP96].
marketing [Bar71]. markets [Rom76].
Markov [CWB93]. marks [Deu94].
Marriage [Bra09]. Martens [KTM02].
Martin [San99]. Mass [Sey66]. Materials
[SDB88, Ame30]. Math
[Grä96, Grä00a, Grä00b]. Mathematica
[Soi95]. Mathematical
[CH85, Kas72, Kra96, MK89, Soi95, CS86,
Hod88, Kra01, Deu94, Thi83].
Mathematics [Day83, KC75, Kor75, Pod84,
Swa71, Swa79, Swa86, Swa98, Wil54, Wic65,
CBB87, FTBM96, FT96, KC78, KC80,
11
Kin91, Kin92, Lop94]. mathematische
[Deu94]. Mathematischer [Sch86a, Thi83].
MathWriter [CS86]. matrices [Lan49].
Matrix [BM87, DiV84, MBG77, Hus85b,
LBS85, Niz90, UB95]. matter
[KTM02, Tay16]. matter/drukwerk
[KTM02]. Maximizing [Ser88]. May
[APL87, Luc85, Mor93]. MCS [Com83].
meaning [Thi83]. Means [Cle82, She50].
Mechanical [Bow47, Hus73, She50].
mechanism [WW93]. mecum [Lip99].
Media [Ano86e, Mye84a]. meeting
[Ano93a, GR94, Mor93]. Memoir [Bux88].
Memory [Buy85, Nas94]. Mergenthaler
[CKT80, Guyxx, Mer98, MS89, Rom86a,
Rom86b]. Merging [Gar80]. Merit [FM94].
Merrymount [Bia93]. Messages [PK02].
Metafont
[Knu86a, Knu79, Knu86g, Knu87b, Knu92].
METAFONTbook [Knu86h, Knu93c].
Metal [Mas84, McG86, McG93]. Method
[Ano85b, Ano85a, Ano86d, FN85a, FN85b,
Ghe87, IKM82, PS84, RS65, Wad84, FBJ90,
NSA90, Ploxx, TC92]. methods
[Hus73, SO94]. metric [Kop93].
metropolitan [Dep72]. Michael [Sey66].
Micro [LK93, Ano86i, BS88, CBT88].
micro-computer [BS88].
Micro-Typography [LK93].
Microcomputer [GW85, Kei83, Kle82].
Microcomputers [ZA87].
Microprogrammable [THL80]. MicroTEX
[Ano86f]. minutes [McC88]. Mode
[Ano86h]. Models [Hus85a, KB86, CWB93].
Modern [Her78a, Her78b, LR94, Hol84,
Knu86d, Knu87a]. Modular [Com83].
modulating [Ano96d]. modulation
[FBJ90]. Molecular
[All81, AKWC82, Ing91]. MOLLY [Ing91].
Monotype
[Ano97, Lan49, Tay16, Lan40, Col30, Lan49].
Monthly [Bro69]. Montreal [Lev95].
morphological [KD94]. Morris
[Cos86, Tho77, Tho96]. most [Fos76].
Motor [JSG78]. Mr. [Ber23]. ms [GL88].
MT [Bro69]. MT/SC [Bro69]. Müller
[Mül96]. Müller-Brockmann [Mül96].
Multi
[AM86, Ano85a, Ano86e, Ano92, Ano96e,
CKM86, CK86, Day83, EEN90, KM87, LZ86,
Pad87, Ris88, SSST83, TKE83, Ume82,
UM85, Ano96f, Gho84, Lin95, LCO94, TC92].
Multi-Access [Day83]. Multi-Font
[Ano85a, Ano86e, CKM86, CK86, KM87,
LZ86, SSST83, TKE83, Ume82, UM85,
Ano96e, Ano96f, EEN90, Lin95, LCO94,
TC92]. Multi-Language [Pad87].
Multi-lingual [Ano92, Gho84].
Multi-phase [EEN90]. Multi-system
[Ris88]. multifont [Krt94]. multilingual
[SZ91]. Multiple [Ano85c, Met75].
Museum [Ano97]. Music
[Fox87, CBT88, Con88]. Musicians
[TBF+ 77]. Must [Pod84]. Mut [GK00]. mv
[GL88]. my [Lan88, Ploxx].
Name [GM83]. Narrative [Tuf97]. NASA
[WM88]. National [Ano97]. NCA [NCA81].
NCPA [NCP89]. necessary [Lam93].
needs [Cus11]. Neither [Big80]. Network
[FN85a, FN85b, Ano96f, CDV95, LO90].
networked [KAT90]. networks
[Ano96f, AIDG95, DS83]. Neural
[CDV95, Ano96f, AIDG95, LO90]. neuron
[Ano96f]. newly [Ano96f]. Newsletter
[Bea88a, Cra87b]. Newspaper
[Dun80, IKM82, Kok87, Mas84, Eze87,
Lag95, Pow62, Rob72, Win90]. Newspapers
[MH98, Dep72, May69, Ran86, San99]. Nice
[vV88]. night [Ame30]. nineteenth [Skr59].
Niveaux [Can93]. no [VDM+ 93]. non
[Tay16]. non-technical [Tay16].
Nonfiction [PRB87]. Noninteractive
[BW84]. nor [Big80]. Nordic [Edv94].
Normen [Deu94]. North [WH86a].
notation [Con88, Deu94]. Nov [SIG82].
novel [FBJ90]. NPP [BF80]. NR [Hol87a].
Nroff [Hol87a, Hol87b]. number
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[HYH89, HYH91]. Numerals [Hol87b].
numerous [Spi80, Spi82]. NY [Lop94].
Ob [RF77]. Obey [Poy01a]. object
[LLW95]. object-oriented [LLW95].
occidental [WH76]. O’Collegian [Ten76].
OCR
[ACG94, But94, CDV95, PC94, San95, SV73].
OCR-A [SV73, SV73]. October
[ICC65b, IEE93, Knu89a]. Office
[Cat83, Ano80, YKT90]. Oklahoma [Ten76].
Omni [KB86, Wol86]. Omni-Font
[KB86, Wol86]. on-line [KR85]. one
[Lan49, Wil89]. one-line [Lan49]. Online
[Opp85]. Only [EM84]. operate
[Buh80, Buh81]. operating [Jac74].
operation [Fri70]. operations [Ste19].
Operator [AMS83, MK89]. opportunities
[Uni74]. Optical [AAP94, FTBM96, Mac75,
Mar91a, Mar91b, Tri69, AIDG95, ELS94].
Optimal [FK85, Pla81]. options [Mun88].
Oregon [Abr81]. organizing
[MRT89, WW93]. Oriental [LK95].
orientation [MRT89]. oriented [LLW95].
origin [Hus85b, Phe61, She50]. original
[Bli82]. origination [Fos76]. ornaments
[Ame30]. Osveshchenii [RF77]. Other
[Met75, Fos81, Gul62, Guyxx, Sim87, Ste19,
TH73]. Ottmar [Mer98, MS89]. Our
[CKT80, Cus11]. Outline
[KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94, Ano96b, KMNO89,
MP94, MPZ95, NKMO89]. outlines
[Hob93]. Output
[Bro85, KW89, Wat84, WT28]. overcomes
[Mar91a, Mar91b]. Own [Clo80, Nie80].
Oxford [CBB87, Har91].
PA [IEE93]. Package
[Cas91, Kin91, Kin92, Spi86, Spi90]. Page
[Ale92, Ges86, KW89, Sha85, Ben95, Int06].
PageMaker [Ben95]. Pagination
[BKKW96, BKKW98, Pow86, Woh98,
CDFV12, Lag95, Pla81]. Pair [Bli82]. Panel
[AMS83]. Paper [Ano80, Fos76]. papers
[CIS67, Car80, ZD91, Bra84]. paragraph
[Bir86, dG99]. paragraphs [KP81]. Paris
[ICC65a]. Parsing [Smi90, FTBM96]. Part
[Com00, Deu98]. parts [Linxx]. Password
[BS88]. paste [Jac79]. paste-up [Jac79].
pasteup [Sac86]. Pattern
[FN85a, FN85b, KB86, AAP94]. Patterns
[Ano86c, PS84]. PC [Lev87, Pap89, Ros92b].
PCs [Zur85]. PEN [ANP81]. [Ano80]. 100
[Com83]. April [HAB98]. Arabic [TA82].
audio-visual [Tex84]. communications
[Goo82]. computer [Goo82].
Decompression [Ano86c]. drukwerk
[KTM02]. EDIAN [KAT90]. guide [Tex84].
IEC [SBSG89]. illustration [Tex84]. insert
[TH73]. Japanese [IBC87]. LaTEX
[Haa86, Fuj94, HO87]. millimeter [LJ90].
paste-up [Tex84]. photo-composition
[Hen73]. photocomposition [Pub71]. SC
[Bro69]. typesetting [LA84, LA85].
Penmanship [Int06]. people [IEE93].
Perceived [SB93]. Perception
[KB86, Dun83]. Perceptually [HBBG95].
Perfect [Fel03]. Performance
[AMS83, LCO94, Des89, Ike95]. Pergamon
[Opp85]. peripherals [Phi68]. persnickety
[Cry15]. Personal
[Pow86, Ser84, Ano86f, Int82, Int86].
personnel [Jac74]. Perspective
[MK89, Dav88]. Perspectives [Kin02].
Petites [And05]. phase [EEN90].
Philadelphia [IEE93]. Philological
[Won86b]. Phoenix [USE87]. Photo
[PT’65, Kle76]. Photocomposing [Zey74].
Photocomposition
[AK73, Kor75, Mac75, Hol84].
Photographic [Boa84, War85, War69].
Photoplotting [Ned89]. photos [Bea88a].
photoscript [EEN90]. photosetter [BS88].
Phototypesetter [CKT80, Kim80].
Phototypesetting [BJK87, Ham68, Rac70,
Roh74, THL80, Tul85, Ber67, Gul62].
Phototypography [Hal80, Hal81]. PIC
[Ker81, Ker82a, Ker82b, Ros92a]. Picture
13
[Buy85]. Pioneer [Mül96]. pixel [UBR90].
pixels [Mac96]. Placement [CW82, GM83].
Places [PK02]. Plans [Opp85]. Plasma
[AMS83]. Platemaking [Sta71b, Sta71a].
plates [Sli81, Sli84]. Plotting [Gar80].
point [Cry15, Fos76, Tay16]. Points
[Ano86a]. Poligrafii [RF77]. polyglot
[SZ91]. Polygonal [MRK93]. Portable
[WB95]. Portland [Abr81]. portraits
[BMD87]. Postprocessing [KW89].
POSTSCRIPT [BD87, BD88, BW95,
Ges86, GRM97, Per88, Pow90]. Potomac
[Lan71]. Pour [Ham75]. power [WBS82].
pp. [Sey66]. Practical
[BW95, Lab84, Hol84]. practice [LBJ95].
Pre [Sie86]. Pre-TEX [Sie86]. premiums
[Fos76]. prepaging [FK85]. Preparation
[All81, AKWC82, BW82, BW84, Bro69,
Her70, Bar71, GB82, KL82, Lam86,
NCNS82, Sey82, WBS82]. Preparatory
[Her78a, Her78b]. prepared [Ano80].
Preparing [Ano93d, Uni85a]. prepress
[KNS90]. Preprocessor
[BF80, BD87, BD88, Dew86]. Present
[Opp85]. Presentation [II88, Ano86i].
presented [CIS67, ZD91]. Press
[Ano31, CBB87, Har91, Sey66, Cav71a,
Cav71b, Cav83, Sch95, Bia93]. presses
[Gul62, Sax92]. pretty [Ros92a]. pri [RF77].
Pricing [Bir76, Bir83]. Primer
[Kra96, FN87, Ste19]. principles
[Col62, MTZ94]. Print [LR94, LJ90, Lev87].
Printed
[AM86, Boa84, FC77, KPB87, LZ86, RS65,
Ume82, UM85, Ano96e, KTM02, Lin95].
Printer [BG73, BM87, Cat83, DiV84,
Kok87, Ano52, Big80, FN87, Har83, Hus73,
Hus85b, LBS85, Nas94, Til52, Til55].
Printers [BHW83, FN85a, FN85b, HH83,
Sch83, ZL87, Ame30]. Printing
[PP’30, PW’54, PEE58, Ano86b, Ano86a,
Ano89b, Bli82, Bra13a, Dow97, Dun80,
Eis88, Fow73, Gib95, Gra86, MN77, Rad77,
RF77, Ano95d, Bar71, CBB87, FBJ90,
Fos81, Fos76, Lin82, Sli81, Sli84, Ste96,
Uni78, Pri80, Wil31, Deu98]. printout
[MH70]. Prints [Per88]. private
[Cav71a, Cav71b, Cav83]. Problem
[Sam82, Bir86, MRT89, Ter68]. Problems
[Ste87, Des89]. Procedural [BW82].
Procedure [MMN79]. procedures
[Kun79, MAV82]. Proceedings
[Abr81, Ano91, DS83, Dun80, ICC65b, Lan71,
Lev95, Luc85, Mac96, USE87, VC92, WH86a,
Zla92, SIG82, APL87, CTC65, Des86,
HAB98, CTC66, IEE93, SPD72, vV88].
Process [Ano91]. Processes
[Eis88, Gul62, IEE93]. Processing
[Abi88, Ano83b, CH85, IBC87, Lun99,
RRLG83, Sri93, BR87, Chr87, Des89,
KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94, LA84, LA85, Lip78,
Mye84b, Rah87, Uni85a, Won90].
processing/typesetting [LA84, LA85].
Processor
[Lab84, Ike95, KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94].
Producing [Pin81, Wil89]. Product
[Pap89]. Production
[Dun80, Gra86, HYC82, PP’30, Bra84,
GSKM92, Mas05, Ten76]. productivity
[LBJ95]. products [IEE93]. Produktion
[Man87]. Professional [Hod88, KS87].
Professionals [Gel91]. professionell
[Gor01]. profits [Pos78]. Program
[Ano86h, BJK87, Gel91, Ock71, Ock75,
Pie71, Zey74, Dal80, Knu86g, Knu86b,
Knu87b, Knu88, Knu91a, Knu92, Knu93a,
Sew89, Thi91, TH73, dG99, LK93].
Programmed [Ano86b]. Programming
[Her69, Her71, Bir86, Knu84, Sew89].
programs [Guyxx, MH70]. Progress
[FT96, Mar72, FM94]. Project
[EGL+ 97, Fis00]. projectors [MRK93].
promotions [Fos76]. proof
[Ano52, Til52, Til55]. proofreading
[Int06, Swa71, Swa79, Swa86, Swa98].
propagataion [HYH89]. propagation
[HYH91]. proposal [Ber00]. Proposals
[Roh74]. Prospects
14
[Ber82, Opp85, Bar65, Sey66]. Prosthesis
[GL84]. Providing [Ano85a]. Provisional
[GM83]. Psfig [BD87, BD88]. pt
[Sli81, Sli84]. Public [PRB87]. publication
[Bar71, MM73]. Publications
[Ben85, Gar80, Pin81, Ano93d]. publish
[Bar71]. published [Kra96]. Publisher
[Ber82, Gil89, Jan86]. publishers
[Ame30, Gul62, Mas05, McS84, Mun88].
Publishing [Ano96c, Ber82, Bor85, Cis87,
Dun80, Gos90, Gel91, Mar87, Met75, Mor87,
Myh90, Rad77, Ulu86, VC92, vV88, Ano82b,
Bee86, CDFV12, CBT88, Cra87a, FN87,
HAB98, Kle87, Kle90, Nat87a, Nat87b,
Nat86, Nel88, Ser88, Vác92, YKT90, GK00].
Pulling [Dun80]. Pulse [FBJ90].
punctuation [Cry15, Int06]. Punkt
[Bau99]. Pursuit [MR92b]. put [Ano80].
Quadratic [SV73]. quadratischer [SV73].
qualité [Can93]. Quality [Buy85, Can93,
DiV84, MR92b, ST85, UKKS84, Ano96b,
CDFV12, LBJ95, MP94, MR92a, SL67].
Quantitative [Tuf83]. Quantities [Tuf97].
quantizer [Ano96f]. Quark [Ben95].
quarter [Wal84]. queuing [Com84]. Quick
[Ghe87]. Quietwriter [Ano86g]. Quirky
[Lun02]. Qur’an [Har92]. Qwerty [Lun02].
Rabot [RF77]. Raster [HAB98, MB96].
Raster-Systeme [MB96]. rasterizing
[KMNO89, NKMO89]. rate [Ran86].
Ratgeber [WF99]. ratio [Som90]. Ray
[Kim80]. Raznogo [RF77]. Re [Bra09].
Re-typesetting [Bra09]. Read
[EM84, Kra96]. Read-Only [EM84].
readability [SB93, UBR90]. Reader
[UM85]. Readers [Har91, CBB87, Kir05].
Reading [Cle82, BSS92, Pow62]. ready
[Ano95a, Ano95b, Ano95c, Ano98]. realities
[CIS67]. really [Lam93]. recipes [LU92].
Recognition [AM86, Ano86e, CKM86,
CK86, CW85, KB86, KPB87, LZ86, Rei66,
Ste87, Tri69, Ume82, VP94, Wol86, All94,
Ano96e, Ano96f, AAP94, AIDG95, EEN90,
ELS94, FTBM96, HD88, KH96, KD94,
Krt94, LO90, Lin95, LCO94, WW93].
recognizing [FT96]. recommendations
[AJ90]. Reconsidered [BKKW96]. Record
[Ano75, Buc64, MH98, San99]. recorded
[Kra96]. REDUCE [ASW89]. Reduction
[Gra86]. Reference
[Hah93, ZJ84, Com83, Hah91, Lip78, Mac90].
reflected [Wil37]. Registers [Bra09].
rejecting [WW93]. related
[Com64, Com66, Com69, Deu98, Wal93].
relation [WT26, WT33]. Relational
[Lin95]. relative [BMD87]. reliable [Buc80].
religious [FM94]. reliure [Sta71b, Sta71a].
Rendering [Mor89, KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94].
repertory [WH76]. Report [Bor85, CTC65,
Ben20, Int06, SS75, WT26, WT28]. Reports
[Her70, NCP89, NCA81, WM88].
representation [Hus95, Lin95]. Request
[Kan87]. required [Ano90b].
Requirements [Ste87, Wat84].
rescheduling [Ano89b]. Research
[Ano83b, WT26, WT28, Car80, CIS67].
Resistive [Ano86a, LJ90]. Resolution
[BHW83, MRK93, Ser88]. Resource
[Bee86]. resources [Guyxx, Nel88].
Restoration [BBK13]. Retaining [But94].
Reverse [Kad11]. Review
[San99, Sey66, Dav69, SL67]. Reviews
[Pap89]. revision [Uni85b]. Revisiting
[BBK13]. Reviving [Jur02]. Revolution
[Eis88, Ulu86, Ano82b, Ber75]. Rewards
[FM94]. Rex [Anoxx]. Rex-Franklin
[Anoxx]. Ribbon [Ano86a, LJ90]. Richard
[Bli82]. RIDT [HAB98]. Ring
[DS83, UCBB83]. RISC
[KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94]. Rochester [For89].
Role [Ber82]. Roman [Ano92, Hol87b].
Room [Cat83, Lin30]. Rotary [Ano95d].
rotation [AAP94]. Row [Ano85b]. RPO
[IBM67]. Rules [Har91, Jur02, Wic65,
Ame30, BL84, CBB87, Lan64, Wan79].
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s [RF77]. Safe [Ast72]. sale [Fos76].
sampling [AAP94]. sand [Sim87]. Santa
[GR94]. Sättningsregler [Lan64]. Satz
[Deu98, Thi83]. Scalable [Ike95]. Scale
[SOE77]. Scaling [Wad84, NSA90]. scan
[Mar91a, Mar91b]. scan-line
[Mar91a, Mar91b]. Scanned
[Bra09, CWB93]. scanners [MRK93].
Scanning [Mac75]. SCAT [Kee80].
scholars [vL92]. Schrift [WF99].
Schriftart [SV73]. Schriftgrößen [Deu98].
Schriftsatz [Man87]. Schriftsetzer
[Bau41]. Science [LR94, RS84]. sciences
[Kra01]. Scientific
[Ano75, Her72, Luc85, Des86, Hod03].
Scores [Fox87]. screen [Ano95d].
Screendesign [Kha00]. Script
[Ano92, Kim90]. Searchable [ZJ84].
Seattle [Mor93]. second [Des86]. secular
[FM94]. Security [Sch83]. Segment [Ast72].
Segmentation [KD94, Ano96f, WW93].
Segmentation-free [KD94]. select
[Gra66, Gra69]. selected
[Nel88, Ran86, Wal93]. Selection
[Ano86h, Ten76]. Selectric [Bro69]. Self
[BN94, MRT89, WW93]. Self-correcting
[BN94]. self-organizing [MRT89, WW93].
sell [Dow83, Rom76]. sells [RPP96].
Semantics [Pin94]. semi [Lau90].
semi-interactive [Lau90]. Seminar
[Mor93, ZD91]. sense [Cra87a]. Sept
[DS83]. September [Knu86f]. series
[She50, Dep79]. server [UCBB83]. service
[Int06, Int82, Int86, KR85, Bur61]. Services
[Opp85, SIG82]. Set
[Ano86b, KM87, Ben95, Tay16, WM88].
SETAB [TH73]. Setting
[Clo80, Fel03, She50, Ste19, Wic65]. setzen
[ICC65a]. Seven [Ast72]. Seven-Segment
[Ast72]. Seybold [SS75]. Shannon [San99].
shape [Par93a]. Share [Wat84].
Share-Output [Wat84]. Sheep [SG93].
Sholes [Rom86a, Rom86b]. shown [Ame30].
SIC [Dep79]. Sichere [BN85]. SIGOA
[Abr81]. SIGPLAN [Abr81]. SIGUCCS
[SIG82]. Silbentrennung [BN85, Roe85].
Simon [Sch95]. Simple [Dew86].
Simplification [Gra86]. simulated [Lag95].
Simulation [MS84]. Single [Ber21].
Singular [Ano97]. Sinnentsprechende
[BN85]. Sinotype [RRLG83]. Site [Ber00].
Size [KPB87, HD88]. sizes
[BSS92, Deu98, Lan49, SB93]. Skeleton
[BS96]. Skeleton-based [BS96]. sketch
[Phe61]. Skill [Edv94]. skills [FN87]. Small
[And05, Sac80, SOE77]. Small-Scale
[SOE77]. SMI [KAT90]. SMI/EDIAN
[KAT90]. Smithsonian [Hus85a]. Society
[Par75, Cha97]. sociological [Eze87].
Software [Ano96c, Boe76, CW85, GL84,
LBJ95, MNM79, Pad87, Ano86f, Ano98,
Hod88, Ser88]. solid [Tay16]. Some
[Ano90b, Skr59, AJ90, BS96]. sourcebook
[Bry96]. SP [TA82]. spacing [Ste19].
spatial [MRK93]. SPEC [CK88, Whi87].
Special [Wil31, Mac90]. specific [SO94].
specification [Car80, WB95]. specify
[Rom75]. Specimen
[Lan40, Ano52, Bur61, Bli82, Til52].
specimens [Ame30, Gou78, Lan49].
Spectral [RF77]. spectroscopic [TH73].
speech [Ano96e]. Speed [Cle82, ZL87,
KMNO89, KKM+ 93, KKM+ 94, Pow62].
speeds [MM73]. Spektra [RF77]. Spent
[CKT80]. Sperry [Ano87a]. spite [UBR90].
spline [LH91]. sponsored [CIS67].
spotting [CWB93]. Sprache [BN85].
Spreadsheet [Ano85b]. Spreadsheets
[Ano85a]. squares [Kop93]. St [HAB98].
Standard [Fow73, SP87, Tri69, Ano52,
SBSG89, Til52, Til55, Ber23]. Standards
[MR92b, Deu94, AJ88a, AJ90]. Star [Lin30].
start [Buh80, Buh81]. State
[Bor85, Ham68, Ten76, SL67].
state-of-the-art [SL67]. Stealing [SG93].
Stop [SG93]. Store [EM84]. Stories
[Zap07a]. Story [Lun02, Cry15, Gou78,
Rom86a, Rom86b, Ros15]. Strasbourg
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[Des86]. Strategies
[Hoe98, Bir76, Bir83, FZ93]. Strike [Rob72].
Strike-on [Rob72]. strings [Smi90]. stroke
[Ano96b, LK95, MPZ95, TC92]. Strokes
[TKE83]. Structural [Fuj94, CDV95].
Structure
[BJK87, HO87, Haa86, Ing91, MR92a].
Structured
[Ano96f, BW82, Noo83, Won90, LK95].
Structures [AKWC82, All81]. Student
[Her78a]. Studies [WH86a, Fle88]. Study
[FZ93, FC77, PRB87, Kel10, Le 88, Phi68,
SZ91]. Style [Ano31, Ano82a, Ano93c,
Ano03, Bri02, Dod97, MTZ94, WH86b,
Aus88, Ano52, Ano90a, Car80, Til52, Til55].
Styles [AMS83, Pow62, SB93]. subject
[Ano95d]. subjects [Wal93]. Substitution
[McC84]. successful [Buh80, Buh81].
Summary [Sli81, Sli84]. Summer
[BBK13, CKT80, USE87, Lop94].
Supplement [Com69, Sey84a]. supplies
[Lin30]. Supply [Le 88]. supporting
[Kim90]. survey [FSS82, Phi68]. Sussex
[CTC66]. Sweden [Edv94]. Swedish
[Lan64]. swift [BMD87]. Swiss
[VC92, Mül96]. Switzerland [VC92].
Symbol [Ano86b]. Symbolic [Lev95].
symbology [UB95]. symbols
[WH76, Deu94]. Symposium
[Abr81, Lev95, Lop94, Mac96]. Syntactic
[Wol86]. Synthese [ZK88]. Synthesis
[TKE83]. System
[Ano83b, Boe76, Com83, GW85, GS70,
Her70, Her71, Her72, IBM67, IBC87, KC75,
MN77, MS84, Rac70, Rub88, SOE77, SDB88,
THL80, Tul85, UKKS84, Wol86, Zey74,
AB89, Ano86f, Ano96b, Ano96d, Ano96e,
AAP94, Buc80, Chr87, Geh86, Geh87, GL88,
GMZZ94, HFW+ 96, JK74, Kan87, KAT90,
KC80, Kle79, KNS90, Lag92a, Lam93,
Lam86, Lau90, LLW95, MM90, Mye83,
Mye84a, Par93b, Ris88, Rom75, Smi89,
Ten76, Tut83, Com79, Kee80]. Systeme
[MB96]. Systems [BCJR87, Col86, Day83,
Gar80, Mar87, Pow86, Ste87, Zey74, Cla64,
Des89, EP87, FSS82, Hol84, MB96, NCNS82,
Pla81, Sey82, WT28, Ano80].
T [Sey66]. table [VDM+ 93]. Tables
[Dew86, Ghe87, MM90, TH73, WH76].
tablets [Mac96]. tabulating [Int06]. Take
[Zur85]. talks [She50]. tally [Mor73]. Tape
[Bro69, Gar73]. tariff [Sli81, Sli84]. TBFLP
[Dew86]. tbl [Bra84]. Teach [Phe89].
Teacher [Her78b, FM94]. tech
[Int82, Int86, Thi91]. Technical
[AK73, Ben85, Boe76, ICC65a, Jan86, LK77,
MPP81, May69, Mor87, Pod84, SH94,
SDB88, Wri81, Zap07a, ABO06, Bea77,
Edv94, IEE93, Spi80, Spi82, Spi83, Tay16].
Techniken [Deu98]. technique
[Ham75, Kro67, Par93a]. Techniques
[CKM86, CK86, Ano87b, Cla64, Deu98,
Jac79, LCO94, Pla81, SL67, WH76].
Technischen [Ulu86]. technischer
[Zap07b]. technological [Hau94, Wal84].
technologies [Gib95]. Technology
[BM87, LR94, Mas84, RS84, VC92, Ano87b,
Ano89b, Ano96d, Cos86, Deu98, DS83,
Eze87, Lab88, Mor89, PHM80, Ran86]. Teil
[Deu98]. Telecommunicating [Mye83].
Teleprinter [TA82]. tells [Ros15].
temporal [MRK93]. ten [McC88]. Tenth
[SIG82]. Terminal [GL84]. Terminology
[Wal81, Wal83]. Terms [EAE+ 94, EAE+ 96,
Ano83a, Com64, Com66, Com69, Fos76,
Goo82, Nat87a, Nat87b, Deu94]. Terrestrial
[Her79]. testing [FZ93]. TEX [Des86].
TEX-embedded [CK88]. TEX-REDUCE
[ASW89]. TEX-Texten [SS86]. TEX/LaTEX
[Fuj94, HO87, Haa86]. Texas [APL87].
TEXbook [Knu86c, Knu89b, Knu90,
Knu91b, Knu93b, Knu94]. TEXnical
[Myh90]. TEXnology [Pap89]. Text
[Abi88, Abr81, AK73, BF80, BR87, BDN83,
Blu86, CW85, Dun80, FC77, Fuj94, GW85,
GB82, HO87, KW89, LB74, MNM79, Noo83,
PRB87, RRLG83, Sac80, Sam82, SDB88,
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Com79, ZA87, AA89, Ano86i, Chr87,
EEN90, Haa86, Hod88, Niz90, San95, Spi80,
Spi82, Spi83, Tay16]. Text-Editing [LB74].
Text-Graphic [SDB88]. Textbook [ZJ84].
Texte [SS86]. Texten
[SS86, Roe85, ICC65a]. textes [ICC65a].
Texts [AM86, HM01, Kee80, Kin02, FF93].
TEXTURES [Ano87c, Knu91c, Ale92].
Textverarbeitung [ZK88].
Textverarbeitungsumgebung [App86].
Thai [Str93]. their [Ann75, Ann94].
theological [Won86a]. theory [LBJ95].
thermal [FBJ90, LJ90]. Things
[Cle82, PK02]. third [Won86a]. those
[Wil31]. three [MB96, Pow62]. tight
[Eis90]. Tillotsons [Ano52, Til55]. time
[dG99]. Timetable [SOE77]. tipografia
[BF10]. tipografico [BF10]. title
[Int06, VDM+ 93]. title-page [Int06]. Today
[Ham68, Lab88, Mye84b]. Together
[Dun80, BMD87]. tokens [FM94].
tolerances [MRK93]. tool [UB95]. tools
[Ano87b, Wil31]. top [Nat86]. Topography
[Doy93]. Total [Wri81]. Touch
[HFW+ 96, Kle78]. Tour [Mol93]. Tpsnew
[Pow90]. trade
[Phe61, Sta71b, Sta71a, Sli81, Sli84].
tradeoffs [Som90]. Train [SOE77, Jac74].
Training [Gel91, Ben20, LBJ95].
Transformational [Bir86]. transition
[APL87]. translation [AAP94].
Transporting [Hay87]. traps [WBS82].
Trend [Wil37]. Tribute [Fri83]. Troff
[EP87, GL88, Dic87, Ker82c, IBC87, Bra84].
Troy [Lop94]. True [Her95]. TSUS
[Sli81, Sli84]. Tube [Kim80]. tuned
[HBBG95, Hob93]. TURES [KS87].
Tutorial [BK90, Hah93, Hah91, Lev87]. TV
[MRK93]. twentieth
[Kel10, McG86, McG93]. Two [GW85].
Two-Level [GW85]. Type
[Ann75, Ann94, BH02, Col30, CBM99,
Deu98, Fel03, HM01, Lab84, Lab88, Lie77,
Rub88, SG74, SG93, Swa71, Swa79, Swa86,
Swa98, Til52, TCLM82, Tri69, Wil54,
Wag85, Whi87, Wic65, Ame30, Ano52,
Bur61, Bli82, Col89, Cus11, Gho84, Gou78,
Kro67, Lan49, Lan88, MH98, Mor89, Par93b,
RPP96, San99, She50, Ste19, WH76, WW03].
Type-setting [Wic65]. typeface
[Cos86, WH95]. typefaces [BS96, Knu86d,
Knu87a, Lie77, Lin82, McG86, McG93].
Typen [RPP96]. Types
[Dow97, Lan40, Ber21, Ber23, Kel11, Mor73].
Typeset [Lab84, FTBM96, FT96, Kra96,
McC88, Ros92a, San95, Pow90, Uni85b].
Typesetter [BBK13, Ker82c]. Typesetters
[Bau41, Lab84]. Typesetting
[Dep72, Ame83, Ame84, Ame88, AKWC82,
Ano83c, Ano86i, Ano95a, Ano95b, Ano95c,
Bur61, Bar87, BE92, Ben88, BK90, Ber23,
Boe76, Bra13a, Col30, CTC65, Cas91, CH85,
Cle82, Clo80, Col86, Con88, CW82, Deu98,
Dav88, Day83, Dic87, Doo89, Doy93,
EAE+ 94, EAE+ 96, Eze87, FF93, Fod78,
Fox87, Fuj94, Gos90, Gag29, Gar67, Gar80,
Gel91, GSMN93, Ghe87, Gil89, Haa86,
HO87, Hah93, HH83, Har92, Har94b, Har94a,
Her78a, Her78b, Hoh88, How86, IBM67,
CCT65, ICC65b, Kel85, KC75, KC78, Kle82,
Knu86e, Lag92b, LK93, LK77, Lev84, LB74,
MAV82, Mar72, MM90, MR92b, Mol93,
MK89, Mye84a, Nie80, Phe89, Pie71, Pin94,
Pow90, Reh78, Ros92b, RRLG83, Sac86,
Sac80, SW92, Ser84, Sey66, Sie86, Sma79,
SH94, Soi95, Sri93, Ste19, Str93, Tex84].
Typesetting
[Thi83, Tut83, T’770, VDM+ 93, Wan79,
Wal82, Won86b, Woo87, Zur85, vdL92, von67,
Aus88, AC79, All81, Ano52, PT’65, Ano80,
Ano82b, Ano83a, Ano86f, Ano88, Ano89a,
Ano96d, Ano98, Anoxx, AJ88b, AJ88a, AJ90,
BS88, BMD87, Bar65, Bar71, BR87, BL84,
Bea77, Bea88a, Bee86, Lan40, Ben95, Ben20,
BK86, Ber75, Ber67, Big80, Bir76, Bir80,
Bir83, Bow47, Bra09, Buc80, Buc64, Buh80,
Buh81, BW95, Can93, Com64, Com66,
CIS67, Com69, Car80, CK88, Cla64, Com83,
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Com00, CS86, Cos86, Cra87a, Cra87b,
Dal80, Dav69, Dow83, Edv94, Eis90, EP87,
FN87, Fos81, Fos76, Fre90, Fri70, Gar73,
Gau84, Geh86, Geh87, GL88, Gho84, GB82,
Gol69, Goo82, Gra66, Gra69, GMZZ94,
Gul62, MLS82, Hah91, Hal80, Hal81].
typesetting [Har83, Hau94, Hen73, Hol84,
Hus73, Hus85a, Int06, CTC66, ICC65a,
Ing91, Int82, Int86, Jac74, Jac79, JK74,
Jan86, Kan87, KS87, KR85, KC80, Ker81,
Ker82a, Ker82b, Kil83, Kin91, Kin92, Kle76,
Kle78, Kle79, Kle87, Kle90, Knu79, Knu86f,
Knu89a, Knu91c, Kro67, Kun79, LBS85,
Lan49, Lin30, Lin39, Linxx, Lab88, Lag92a,
Lam93, Lau90, Le 88, LLW95, Lev87, Lin82,
Lip78, Mar91a, Mar91b, May69, McS84,
MH70, MR92a, Mun88, Mye83, Mye84b,
Myh90, Nat82, Nat87a, NCA81, Nat87b,
Nat86, Ned89, Neg88, PHM80, Pub71,
Pap91, Phe61, Phi68, Pla81, Ploxx, Pos78,
Pow62, Ran86, Ric81, Rob72, RM74, Rom75,
Rom76, Rom86a, Rom86b, Sta71b, Sta71a,
SZ91, SS75, Sey82, Sey84b, Sey84a, Sha77,
She50, Skr59, SPD72, Sli81, Sli84, Spi80].
typesetting [Spi82, Spi83, Spi86, Spi90,
SL67, Til52, Til55, Tay16, Ten76, Ter68,
Thi91, TH73, Com84, Uni78, Pri80, Com79,
Uni74, Dep79, Ano93d, Uni85a, UCBB83,
Vác92, Wyd81, Van80, Van81, Wil31, War85,
War69, Wal84, Wal88, Wal93, WT26, WT28,
WT33, Wil89, Wil37, Win90, WM88, WH76,
Won86a, Kee80, Lan64]. typesetting/
computer/communications [Goo82].
Typesetting/illustration/paste [Tex84].
Typesetting/illustration/paste-up/
audio-visual/guide [Tex84]. typesetting/
photo [Hen73]. typesetting/
photo-composition [Hen73]. typesetting/
photocomposition [Pub71]. Typewriter
[MM73, Rom86a, Rom86b]. typewriters
[Gar67]. Typical [Zey74]. Typo [Kha00].
Typografie [BF10, Poh15, WF99].
typographers [Ame30, MB96].
Typographic
[BCJR87, Bri02, CDM02, FC77, Her70,
Her71, LR94, Ame30, Phi68, SL67].
typographic-quality [SL67].
Typographica [Poy01b]. Typographical
[MC75, Wal81, Wal83, Hus76, Ran86].
Typographie
[Aic84, Aic89, Gor01, GK00, And05, Ham75].
typographique [BF10]. typographische
[Bau99]. Typography [BH02, BD83, Bor96,
Car02, CBM99, Fel03, HM01, Her69, Her72,
Her81, Her95, Her78a, Her78b, Jur02, Kei83,
Kin02, Knu99, Lab88, LK93, MR92b, Rub88,
SZ91, Sin98, Typ02, VC92, And05, Anoxx,
Ber00, BF10, Bry96, Com00, Dun83, Fre90,
Gou78, HAB98, Kra01, Nat87a, Nat87b,
PHM80, Wil37, ZD91, vV88, WW03].
Typomania [Wal93]. Typophiles [Gou78].
TYPSET [Dal80].
U.K [Dav69]. UCSB [Com79]. UK [DS83].
ultimative [Poh15]. Umgang [WF99].
Unbound [Hoe98]. Understanding
[Hel99, Kle76]. units [HYH89, HYH91].
Univ [DS83]. University [For89, CTC66,
Gul62, CTC65, CBB87, Har91, Ten76].
UNIX [BR87, Chr87, EP87, Geh86, Geh87,
GL88, IBC87, KL82, LK77, MM90, Sri93,
Tut83, Com79]. Unjustified [Kin02, Reh78].
up/audio [Tex84]. upheaval [Wal84].
Upon [AMS83]. USA [ICC65b, USE87].
Use [IBC87, Met75, Sie86, Zur85, Gul62,
Par93a, She50]. used
[Fos76, Lan49, Lin82, Ros92a]. User
[SIG82, Ano87c, BK90, Dal80, Ham68,
Ano87a, KS87, KC78, Ker82a, Lau90,
Mye83, Mye84a, Ros92b, Uni85b]. Users
[PRB87, Ano86i, Int82, Int86]. Uses [II88].
Using [ACG94, BCJR87, CW85, CBT88,
Fow73, Gau84, Hah93, KB86, SV73, SH94,
WW93, Wri83, Ano96d, Ano96e, Ano96f,
Ano98, AIDG95, Bra84, Car80, CWB93,
Con88, CDV95, Dic87, Hah91, How86, KH94,
Lab88, Lag95, LLW95, MP94, Pow90, SO94,
Com79, WH95]. USP [ZJ84].
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v [RF77, Lop94]. Vacation
[BBK13, CKT80]. vade [Lip99]. Valley
[Lan71]. Vapors [Boa84]. Variable
[Ano85c, Rei66]. Variable-Width [Ano85c].
varied [SB93]. varies [HYH89, HYH91].
variety [Col30, HFW+ 96]. Various
[Guyxx, RF77, She50]. Vax [Ano87a]. Vein
[Ale92]. Ventura [Wil89]. Vergleich
[SV73]. Verheissung [Won86a]. version
[Ano86f, Spi80]. versions [Ben95].
Versprechen [Won86a]. versus [MRK93].
vertical [Int06]. verwandte [Deu98]. via
[vdL92]. Video [RS81]. Vietnamese
[Lun99]. View [Car02, Doo89, Gil89, Opp85,
AJ88a, Jan86, Mor89]. viewed [YKT90].
Viewing [BW84]. Viewpoint [Ham68].
Vinyas [Par93b]. Virtual [GL84, Gou78].
Visible [Le 88]. Visual
[Tuf83, Tuf97, KH94, MB96]. visual/guide
[Tex84]. Visually [Ben85, GL84]. visuelle
[MB96]. vital [CIS67]. VMS [Ano87a]. Vol
[GL88]. Volume [Dun80]. Volumes
[AKWC82, All81]. vom [Kha00].
Vorbereitung [Man87]. VOS3 [Hay87].
vowels [Lag92b]. VTEX [Cas91].
W. [Fri83]. WA [Mor93]. warning [SB93].
warnings [BSS92]. Washington
[ICC65b, Lan71, CCT65]. Waterloo
[Buc80]. Watson [Wil37]. Way
[Cle82, Ploxx]. Weaving [Sew89]. WEB
[Sew89, Sin98]. weigh [Bir80]. Well
[Bea88b]. Well-established [Bea88b]. West
[Ber23]. WG [DS83]. WhatTheFont
[Anoxx]. Wheel [BG73]. where [BL84].
wherein [Ame30]. which
[HYH89, HYH91, Hus76, Lan49]. White
[Ano80]. Who [Ano83c, Nat82]. Wider
[Sie86]. widow [Big80]. Width
[Ano85b, Ano85c]. widths [Guyxx]. wife
[Big80]. William
[Hus76, Bli82, Tho77, Tho96]. Wire [BM87].
Within [Ano85a]. wobble
[Mar91a, Mar91b]. women [Big80]. wood
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[Fos81]. Word [CWB93, IBC87, Lab84,
Mye84b, Des89, KH96, LA84, LA85, Uni85a].
Word-Processing [IBC87]. Worde
[Cha97]. Words
[Ock71, Ock75, SG74, Rah87].
Wordworking [Cra87a]. Work
[Fle88, Gra86, WT26, WT28, WT33].
working [Ste19]. Works [RF77, SG93].
workshop [DS83, Lop94, Lan71].
Workstation [KAT90, Wri83, Gho84].
Workstation-based [KAT90].
Workstations [KM87]. World
[Poy01a, PW’54, Sey84b, Sey84a, Str93].
Wp [Pin81]. writers [Kir05]. Writing
[Ano91, Ben85, Kra96, Wri81, ABO06, Int06,
Rom86a, Rom86b]. Writings
[BDH+ 94, BHH+ 99, BDH02, HM01].
Wynkyn [Cha97]. WYSIWYG [LLW95].
XIII [Gou78]. XIV [Gou78]. XPress
[Ben95]. XXXII [WH86a]. XY [Ros92b].
XY-pc [Ros92b]. Xy-pic [Ros92a].
Years [Ano96a, Cha97, Ste96].
Zapf [Cus11, Kel11].
Zeichen [Deu94].
Zeilenfall [Kha00]. zum [Kha00]. zur
[GK00, Poh15]. zweier [ZK88].
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