Matthias Heinkenschloss

Noah G. Harding Chair and Professor, Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics

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Matthias Heinkenschloss

Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics

Rice University

MS-134

6100 Main

Houston, Texas 77005-1827

heinken _at_ rice.edu

www.caam.rice.edu/~heinken

Phone: 713-348-5176

Fax: 713-348-5318

Office: Duncan Hall, Room 3088

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Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics

Rice University

MS-134

6100 Main

Houston, Texas 77005-1827

heinken _at_ rice.edu

www.caam.rice.edu/~heinken

Phone: 713-348-5176

Fax: 713-348-5318

Office: Duncan Hall, Room 3088

Maps-Directions

- Mathematical Optimization Society
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Deutscher Hochschulverband

- LaTeX tutorials
- Simplified Introduction to LaTeX by Harvey Greenberg.
- A comprehensive review of mathematics in (La)TeX by Herbert Voss.
- The (Not So) Short Introduction to LaTeX2e: Comprehensive tutorial available on line. (101 pages PDF)
- Math into LaTeX Introduction to LaTeX and AMSTeX by George Gratzer (114 pages PDF).

- Collection of LaTeX commands, mathematical symbols, etc
- List of LaTeX2e commands
- List of (La)TeX Greek characters, Mathematical Symbols (.pdf)
- List of (La)TeX Mathematical Symbols (.pdf)

- BibTeX
- BibTeX allows you to maintain a single literature database and use it to add references to all your LaTeX projects. To learn more, consult one of the many LaTeX introductions (such as Simplified Introduction to LaTeX by Harvey Greenberg) with a section on BiBTeX.
- The file references.bib.gz
contains a large collection of references in bibtex format
that I use for my research. If you add entries,
please follow my template and
send me an e-mail with the references you have
*added*. I will then include them into references.bib and post the updated version.If you use LaTeX on the CAAM Unix machines, I suggest that you save references.bib in the subdirectory

`texmf/bibtex`inside your home directory. Add the lines`setenv TEXINPUTS $HOME/texmf/tex: # search path for style files`

setenv BSTINPUTS $HOME/texmf/tex: # search path for .bst files

setenv BIBINPUTS $HOME/texmf/bibtex: # search path for .bib files

to your

`~/.cshrc`file (on the CAAM machines you should add these lines to`~/.rc/cshrc.common`). After you have done this (and 'sourced'`~/.cshrc`) you can use`\bibliography{references}`

\bibliographystyle{plain} % this can be replaced by any other bib style

in your LaTeX file. BibTeX will look into

`$HOME/texmf/bibtex`for references.bib (thus you need to maintain only one copy of references.bib).