LaTeX example as an HTML page

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% This is an example LaTeX file. The percent sign is used to mark the
% start of a comment.
% - Michael Weeks, January, 2003
\title{My Example LaTeX Paper}
\author{Michael Weeks}

\textheight 7.62in
% The above command controls the height of the text

This is the abstract. You can use this file to start your own LaTeX file,
and just delete the stuff you do not need. \LaTeX is a lot like working
with HTML: you can specify where text effects begin, and where they end.

Here is the introduction.
Since there is no blank line between these first 3 sentences, they are
treated as one paragraph.
Here is a vertical space (of 0.3 inches):

And here is a \hspace{.3in}horizontal space (of 0.3 inches).

A blank line means that the last paragraph is over, and it is time to start
a new one.

You can have text in {\it italics} font, or in {\bf bold} font,
\underline{underlined}, and even $\overline{overlined}$.

Citing a reference: This is a book about VLSI \cite{Weste93}.
Also, the references contain a good conference paper \cite{LiY88},
and a good journal article \cite{BiS92}.

What if you want to include a figure?
Here is an example, figure~\ref{fig:phasor1}, that is saved in
encapsulated postscript format.

  \caption{A complex number can be shown as a point or a vector}

Skip a lot of space \bigskip vertically.

\section{Here is some Math}\label{sec:math}
This is different from the previous section, section~\ref{sec:intro}.
This section gives some examples of Math.

Using superscript: 2$^{n}$

Using subscript: x$_{0}$

If you use a character, but LaTeX complains about it, try putting a
back-slash before it. For example,
f = x\^{}y uses the carat character.
If you want to end a line, use 2 back-slashes.
If you want the backslash character $\backslash$ in your document,
this can be done, too.

Here's an equation:

\[ M^\bot = \{ f \in V' : f(m) = 0 \mbox{ for all } m \in M \}.\]

Here's d2u/dx2 : (use the dollar sign before and after math stuff)

$ \frac{d^2 u}{dx^2} $

Here's another equation:

\[ \lim_{x \to 0} \frac{3x^2 +7x^3}{x^2 +5x^4} = 3.\]

Here's a summation:
\[ \sum_{k=1}^n k^2 = \frac{1}{2} n (n+1).\]

and an integral:
\[ \int_a^b f(x)\,dx.\]

Here are some Greek letters:
$ \Delta \Psi \Phi $
and some lower case ones:
$ \delta \psi \phi \omega \pi \sigma \mu $.

For more info, see\~{}dwilkins/LaTeXPrimer/

% Now here is the reference section.


% Book
\bibitem{Weste93} Neil H. E. Weste and Kamran Eshraghian, {\it Principles
of CMOS VLSI Design}, 2nd ed. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1993.

%Example of a Conference Paper
\bibitem{LiY88} R. A. Lincoln and K. Yao, ``Efficient Systolic Kalman
Filtering Design by Dependence Graph Mapping,'' in {\it VLSI Signal
Processing, III}, IEEE Press, R. W. Brodersen and H. S. Moscovitz Eds.,
1988, pp.~396--410.

% Example of a Journal Paper
\bibitem{BiS92} C. H. Bischof and G. M. Shroff, ``On Updating Signal
Subspaces,'' {\it IEEE Trans. on Signal Processing}, vol.~40, no.~1,
pp.~96--105, Jan. 1992.