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PostScript, The Forgotten Art of Programming

Hans de Vreught Issue #42, October 1997 A tutorial for beginners is presented on writing PostScript files to display data. The Alparon research group at Delft University of Technology aims to improve automated speech processing systems for information retrieval and information storing dialogues. The current focus is on dialogue management for a research project of Openbaar Vervoer Reisinformatie. The company ...

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Graphing with lout

Michael Hall Issue #34, February 1997 A document layout language, lout can also be used to generate graphs in PostScript. Most documentation tools can also make graphs. This article will show you how to use lout, a document layout language, to create graphs. At the end we will have a script which creates a history graph of system activity. First ...

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