EUSIPCO-96 CD-ROM Proceedings (main page)
EUSIPCO-96 CD-ROM Proceedings
Welcome to the EUSIPCO-96 CD-ROM Proceedings
(G. Ramponi, G. L. Sicuranza, S. Carrato, S. Marsi, Eds.).
In this CD-ROM you will find the abstracts and the
PostScript files of all the papers presented at the Conference.
You may open the
where you will find links from the Sessions Schedule
to the detailed program of each session.
Each paper title has a link to its abstract,
and from there you may preview or print the full paper.
(According to your browser configuration, clicking on "Paper"
may open a previewer, which also allows you to print the paper,
or send the file to a printer; otherwise, you have to look
at the file name and to print it normally. See the note below).
You may also open the
and, from there, move to the abstracts.
If you want to make a search by keyword,
you may open the file containing
All the abstracts
and use the "find" utility of your browser.
The PostScript files have been included as sent by the authors
(actually, few of them have been obtained scanning the camera-ready
copy). Due to some non-standard features of the PostScript language,
some papers may be visualized incorrectly by some previewers. All the
papers, however, will print correctly on a good PostScript printer.
NETSCAPE AND POSTSCRIPT
Netscape has to be properly configured in order to open
a PostScript previewer, e.g. GhostView, when loading a PostScript file.
The configuration file is found in "Options", "General Preferences",
To use GhostView in Unix, e.g., you have to edit the file `mailcap',
adding a line similiar to the following:
application PostScript; ghostview %s
In Windows, you have to fill the field "Launch the Application"
related to `application/postscript' with something like
If you do not have a PostScript previewer, you may want to print
the PostScript file by clicking on "Paper"; you do this by launching
the print command instead of the previewer.
In Unix, e.g., you may edit the `mailcap' file adding a line similar to:
application PostScript; lpr %s
Font size can be changed configuring Netscape in "Options",
"General Preferences", "Fonts".
Thank are due to Vojko Pahor for preparing this CD-ROM.