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Experience with the use of Acrobat in the CAJUN publishing project (1994)
Conference Proceeding
Brailsford, D. F. (1994). Experience with the use of Acrobat in the CAJUN publishing project

Adobe's Acrobat software, released in June 1993, is based around a new Portable Document Format (PDF) which offers the possibility of being able to view and exchange electronic documents, independent of the originating software, across a wide variety... Read More

CD-ROM Acrobat Journals Using Networks (1994)
Conference Proceeding
Brailsford, D. F., & Harrison, L. (1994). CD-ROM Acrobat Journals Using Networks

The available technologies for publishing journals electronically are surveyed. They range from abstract representations, such as SGML, concerned largely with the structure of the document, to formats such as PostScript which faithfully model the l... Read More

Categories, Allegories, and Circuit Design (1994)
Conference Proceeding
Brown, C., & Hutton, G. (1994). Categories, Allegories, and Circuit Design

Languages based upon binary relations offer an appealing setting for constructing programs from specifications. For example, working with relations rather than functions allows specifications to be more abstract (for example, many programs have a na... Read More