EsePrimo

2005-03-03

Curvelets desde otro punto de vista (II)

8 Commentarios:

El 3/05/2005 11:34:00 PM, Anonymous typeform escribió...

¿usted escribió esto?

 
El 3/05/2005 11:47:00 PM, Blogger EsePrimo escribió...

Hi Susan. I know you'd eventually stop by one of these posts, and would probably comment on them. Yes, it's part of a translation I am doing of a report on some topics related to my research. As you know, I have been also toying with different methods to post math on my blogs, and this is so far one of the cleanest, don't you think?

By the way, congratulations on your Spanish—I didn't know you were proficient on it as well. You didn't even forget the inverted question mark or the proper accented vowels! Where did you learn the language?

 
El 3/06/2005 02:10:00 AM, Anonymous typeform escribió...

i forgot to mention courtesy of http://babelfish.altavista.com/tr

 
El 3/06/2005 02:12:00 AM, Anonymous typeform escribió...

yes, it does look quite good ... how did you produce it?

 
El 3/06/2005 02:39:00 AM, Blogger TypeForm escribió...

the leading is evenly distributed, and the image seems not to strain the system when being viewed

do you have an example with more text?

 
El 3/06/2005 08:59:00 AM, Blogger EsePrimo escribió...

> how did you produce it?It's the silliest of the methods, but it gives better results and uses less resources and images than any other. Break the document in small pieces, then TeX them with amsart for the document class. Convert the dvi outputs into jpeg and paste! Who noticed it's a pic?

 
El 3/06/2005 12:48:00 PM, Blogger TypeForm escribió...

i decided to get an acct

 
El 3/06/2005 01:07:00 PM, Blogger TypeForm escribió...

... It's the silliest of the methods, but it gives better results and uses less resources and images than any other ...pretty slick!

 

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