@misc{Feuersanger2010,
abstract = {pgfplots draws high–quality function plots in normal or logarithmic scaling with a user-friendly interface directly in TEX. The user supplies axis labels, legend entries and the plot coordinates for one or more plots and pgfplots applies axis scaling, computes any logarithms and axis ticks and draws the plots, supporting line plots, scatter plots, piecewise constant plots, bar plots, area plots, mesh– and surface plots and some more. It is based on Till Tantau’s package pgf/TikZ.},
author = {Feuers\"{a}nger, Christian},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {238},
publisher = {CTAN},
title = {{Manual for package pgfplots}},
year = {2010}
}
@article{Gregorio2007,
author = {Gregorio, Enrico},
journal = {The PracTeX Journal},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
number = {1},
pages = {1--15},
title = {{Babel, how to enjoy writing in different languages}},
volume = {2007},
year = {2007}
}
@techreport{Lagally2004,
author = {Lagally, Klaus},
institution = {Universit\"{a}t Stuttgart, Fakult\"{a}t Informatik},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {89},
title = {{ArabTEX: Typesetting Arabic and Hebrew}},
year = {2004}
}
@book{Lehman2004,
author = {Lehman, Philipp},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {103},
title = {{The Font Installation Guide: Using Postscript fonts to their full potential with Latex}},
year = {2004}
}
@phdthesis{Liang1983,
abstract = {This thesis describes research leading to an improved word hyphenation algorithm for the TeX82 typesetting system. Hyphenation is viewed primarily as a data compression problem, where we are given a dictionary of words with allowable divi- sion points, and try to devise methods that take advantage of the large amount of redundancy present. The new hyphenation algorithm is based on the idea of hyphenating and in- hibiting patterns. These are simply strings of letters that, when they match hi a word, give us information about hyphenation at some point in the pattern. For example, '-tion' and *c-c' are good hyphenating patterns. An important feature of this method is that a suitable set of patterns can be extracted automatical!/ from the dictionary. In order to represent the set of patterns in a compart form that is also reasonably efficient for searching, the author has developed a new data structure called a packed trie. This data structure allows the very fast search times characteristic of indexed tries, but in many cases it entirely eliminates the wasted space for null links usually present in such tries. We demonstrate the versatility and practical advantages of this data structure by using a variant of it as the critical component of the program that generates the patterns from the dictionary. The resulting hyphenation algorithm uses about 4500 patterns that compile into a packed trie occupying 25K bytes of storage. These patterns find 89\% of the hyphens in a pocket dictionary word list, with essentially no error. By comparison, the uncompressed dictionary occupies over 500K bytes.},
author = {Liang, Franklin Mark},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {1--62},
school = {Stanford University},
series = {Stanford thesis},
title = {{Word Hy-phen-a-tion by Com-put-er}},
type = {PhD thesis},
url = {http://tug.org/docs/liang/liang-thesis.pdf},
year = {1983}
}
@techreport{Talbot2007,
abstract = {This document is aimed at PhD students who want to use LaTeX to typeset their PhD thesis. If you are unfamiliar with LaTeX I recommend that you first read LaTeX for Complete Novices.},
author = {Talbot, Nicola L. C.},
institution = {School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {57},
title = {{Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis}},
url = {http://theoval.cmp.uea.ac.uk/~nlct/latex/thesis/thesis\_a4.pdf},
year = {2007}
}
@misc{Tantau2013,
author = {Tantau, Till},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {1--1165},
publisher = {CTAN},
title = {{The TikZ and PGF packages}},
year = {2013}
}
@book{Wilson2010,
author = {Wilson, Peter},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {1--583},
publisher = {The Herries Press},
title = {{The Memoir Class for Configurable Typesetting User Guide}},
url = {ftp://ftp.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/memoir/memman.pdf},
year = {2010}
}
@misc{Wright2012,
abstract = {Typesetting values with units requires care to ensure that the combined mathematical meaning of the value plus unit combination is clear. In particular, the SI units system lays down a consistent set of units with rules on how these are to be used. However, different countries and publishers have differing conventions on the exact appearance of numbers (and units). The siunitx package provides a set of tools for authors to typeset numbers and units in a consistentway. The package has an extended set of configuration options which make it possible to follow varying typographic conventions with the same input syntax. The package includes automated processing of numbers and units, and the ability to control tabular alignment of numbers.},
author = {Wright, Joseph},
institution = {CTAN},
keywords = {LaTeX},
mendeley-tags = {LaTeX},
pages = {98},
publisher = {CTAN},
title = {{siunitx --- A comprehensive (SI) units package}},
url = {http://ctan.uib.no/macros/latex/contrib/siunitx/siunitx.pdf},
year = {2012}
}