|REFER bibliography on optimization, vectorization email@example.com (1989-05-24)|
|Re: REFER bibliography on optimization, vectorization harvard!eos.arc.nasa.gov!eos!eugene (1989-05-24)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Eugene Miya)|
|Date:||24 May 89 17:46:03 GMT|
|From:||harvard!eos.arc.nasa.gov!eos!eugene (Eugene Miya)|
|Organization:||NASA Ames Research Center, Calif.|
A refer convention request:
I noticed this bibliography used '%Z' for commenting.
I have seen others user %Z for author affiliation. I am following
this form. The '%[a-z]' lower case forms are also used in various
ways (like TRs which turn into articles %R -> %r) and a few macros are
used like internal registers. I have adopted the use of "%#" for commenting.
Of course you don't have to do this. Unix is all based on convention,
but I thought you might know that I researched this a bit a ways back.
[From harvard!eos.arc.nasa.gov!eos!eugene (Eugene Miya)]
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