Monday, September 17, 2012

Cloud Computing Summit 7th October 2012

We have come a long way from when the word 'cloud' made us think of rain!

Cloud computing has changed the way we access, analyze, store and share information..

Learn more about the power of Cloud Computing and how it will revolutionize our lives in the years to come..

Cloud Computing Workshop in Aapnu Ahmedabad!

Cloud Computing Summit 2012
7th October 2012 | 9 am onwards | Ahmedabad Management Association

LaTex Examples

1> Here is a very simple table showing data lined up in columns.
Notice that I include the table in a ``center'' environment to display
it properly.
The title is created simply as another paragraph in the center environment,
rather than as part of the table itself.
Numbers of Computers on Earth Sciences Network, By Type.

DOS/Windows PC&60\\
Unix Workstation or server&110\\

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2> Here is a more complicated table that has been boxed up, with a multi-column
header and paragraph entries set in one of the columns.
\multicolumn{3}{|c|}{Places to Go Backpacking}\\ \hline
Name&Driving Time&Notes\\
&(hours)&\\ \hline
Big Basin&1.5&Very nice overnight to Berry Creek Falls from
either Headquarters or ocean side.\\ \hline
Sunol&1&Technicolor green in the spring. Watch out for the cows.\\ \hline
Henry Coe&1.5&Large wilderness nearby suitable for multi-day treks.\\ \hline

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3> \section {Mathematical Equations}
Simple equations, like $x^y$ or $x_n = \sqrt{a + b}$ can be typeset right
in the text line by enclosing them in a pair of single dollar sign symbols.
Don't forget that if you want a real dollar sign in your text, like \$2000,
you have to use the \verb+\$+ command.

A more complicated equation should be typeset in {\em displayed math\/} mode,
like this:
z \left( 1 \ +\ \sqrt{\omega_{i+1} + \zeta -\frac{x+1}{\Theta +1} y + 1}
\ \right)
\ \ \ =\ \ \ 1
The ``equation'' environment displays your equations, and automatically
numbers them consecutively within your document, like this:
{\bf X} + {\rm a} \ \geq\
\underline{\hat a} \sum_i^N \lim_{x \rightarrow k} \delta C


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LaTex Tutorials

What is LaTex?
LaTeX (formatted as LaTeX) is a document markup language and document preparation system for the TeX typesetting program. The term LaTeX refers only to the language in which documents are written, not to the editor used to write those documents. In order to create a document in LaTeX, a .tex file must be created using some form of text editor. While most text editors can be used to create a LaTeX document, a number of editors have been created specifically for working with LaTeX.

LaTeX is a document preparation system for high-quality typesetting. It is most often used for medium-to-large technical or scientific documents but it can be used for almost any form of publishing.

LaTeX contains features for:

Typesetting journal articles, technical reports, books, and slide presentations.
Control over large documents containing sectioning, cross-references, tables and figures.
Typesetting of complex mathematical formulas.
Advanced typesetting of mathematics with AMS-LaTeX.
Automatic generation of bibliographies and indexes.
Multi-lingual typesetting.
Inclusion of artwork, and process or spot colour.
Using PostScript or Metafont fonts.

LaTeX is based on Donald E. Knuth's TeX typesetting language or certain extensions. LaTeX was first developed in 1985 by Leslie Lamport, and is now being maintained and developed by the LaTeX3 Project. LaTeX is available for free by anonymous ftp.
The best source for news on TeX and LaTeX is the TeX Users Group.


LaTeXML is Perl module which parses the actual LaTeX document and emits XML output for later post-processing (for example, for conversion to XHTML+MathML). With a proper XSLT stylesheet, one can obtain custom XHTML+MathML output. The LaTeXML homepage itself was generated using LaTeXML. The project is still active (at the time of writing), it’s very well documented and it has a Trac and a mailing list.

It supports the following programming languages:
ACSL inform Plasm
Ada Java POV
Algol JVMIS Prolog
Ant ksh Promela
Assembler Lisp Python
Awk Logo R
bash make Reduce
Basic Mathematica Rexx
C Matlab RSL
C++ Mercury Ruby
Caml MetaPost S
Clean Miranda SAS
Cobol Mizar Scilab
Comal ML sh
csh Modelica SHELXL
Delphi Modula-2 Simula
Eiffel MuPAD SQL
Elan NASTRAN tcl
erlang Oberon-2 TeX
Euphoria OCL VBScript
Fortran Octave Verilog
Gnuplot Pascal VRML
Haskell Perl XML