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Medical pedigrees with TeX and PSTricks: New advances and challenges

Boris Veytsman*, Leila Akhmadeeva**
* George Mason University, Fairfax, ** Russia
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Observations of a TeXnician for hire

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University, Fairfax
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Design of presentations: Notes on principles and TeX implementation


Boris Veytsman
George Mason University and AES ITT Industries
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Automatic Report Generation with Web, TeX, and SQL


Boris Veytsman*, Maria Shmilevich**
* AES ITT Industries, ** George Mason University
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Class writing for wizard apprentices

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
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Medical pedigrees: typography and interface

Boris Veytsman and Leila Akhmadeeva
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Are virtual fonts obsolete?

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
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TeX in the GLAMP world: On-demand creation of documents online

Boris Veytsman, Leyla Akhmadeeva
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Towards evidence-based typography: Experiment design

Boris Veytsman1, Leyla Akhmadeeva2
1George Mason University, USA, 2Bashkir State Medical University, Russia

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Ebooks and paper size: Output routine hacking made easy

Boris Veytsman1, Michael Ware
1George Mason University, USA

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An output routine for an illustrated book

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University

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TeX and controlled access to information

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University

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Trilingual templates for an educational institute in Bashkortostan, Russia

Boris Veytsman, Leila Akhmadeeva
George Mason University, Bashkir State Medical University

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A new multibibliography package: nmbib

Boris Veytsman, Michael Cohen
George Mason University

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Making ACM LaTeX styles

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University
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Are justification and hyphenation good or bad for the reader?

Boris Veytsman
George Mason University
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