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Elizabeth's article on TeX and medicine
, which was published in Volume 28, Number 1, the Proceedings issue of , the journal of the TeX Users Group, is . The article is in .pdf format. I presented this paper with accompanying slide show at the conference at Rutgers University on August 1, 2006.
The article contains a great deal of highly technical information on the computer typesetting language TeX and how I used it to produce MeDiCaLeSe 2005
. of Stanford University invented TeX to serve the needs of mathematicians.
These next two articles were reformatted for printing on October 17, 2004. One screen page = one printed page in IE6 only
. Each page must be printed individually.
Cicero Teaches Dictation: Lessons From Ancient Rome
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MT.Con: The Cockroach Problem In Medical Transcription . page 2 . page 3 . page 4 . page 5 . page 6 . page 7.