%>>>>DEPROC.README DEPROC -- A TeX Header for Formatting DECUS Proceedings Articles DEPROC is a package that will format articles for the DECUS Pro- ceedings. It can be used by anyone who has access to the TeX typesetting system. DEPROC is a TeX header (macro package). The DECUS Proceedings have traditionally been published from copy supplied by the authors, prepared according to rules devised for typewritten material. The power of the computer typesetting language TeX has now been applied to this task, and a formatting package, named DEPROC, has been submitted to the DECUS Program Library for use by authors who have access to a working TeX system. (The TeX program and related software, created by Donald Knuth of Stanford, are in the public domain.) The documentation (which was itself produced by the DEPROC package-- see file DEPROCDOC.TEX) presents the important features of DEPROC and, through examples, shows how it is to be used. Use of DEPROC, which is encouraged, will produce the author's work, nicely typeset, in the standard Proceedings format. There is a general description of how the package works and of the mechanical requirements for camera copy of Proceedings articles, which will be created on the author's local output device. No prior knowledge of TeX is required, but authors using DEPROC will be expected to learn some rudiments, especially if their papers contain special notation or formats such as tables. A sample table appears in DEPROCDEV.TEX and DEPROCDEV.FIL, the files used to prepare a table of output devices which have been interfaced to DEC computers. Questions and suggestions about DEPROC may be sent to Barbara N. Beeton American Mathematical Society Post Office Box 6248 Providence, Rhode Island 02940 401-272-9500
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deproc – Macros for DECUS proceedings articles
A LaTeX 2.09 (or even earlier) documentstyle that is based on the article style. An example document is included in the distribution.
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LaTeX 2.09 document style