ams-alph.bst BibTeX style file, see below
ams-pln.bst BibTeX style file, see below
amsart.tpl AMS article template for one author, Section 8.4
article.tpl article template for one author, Section 1.8
article2.tpl article template for two authors, Section 1.8
fonttbl.tex font table generator, Section 2.4.4
gallery.tex formulas of the Formula Gallery, Section 1.5
german.tex Babel with the german option, Appendix E
ggamsart.tpl personalized template for amsart document class, Section 8.4
ggart.tpl article.tpl personalized, Section 1.8
ggart2.tpl article2.tpl personalized, Section 1.8
gratzer locator document
inbibl.tpl templates for bibliographic entries, Section 6.5.1
intrart.tex introductory sample article, Section 1.7
intrarti.tex introductory sample article, Section 11.1
lattice.sty personalized file for user defined commands, Section 9.3
letter.tex sample letter, Section 7.2
master.tex master document for svsing6 book class, Appendix F
math.tex first note with math, Section 1.2.1
mathb.tex first note with math with mistakes, Section 1.2.2
multiline.tpl formulas in Chapter 5
note1.tex first note, Section 1.1.2
note1b.tex note1.tex with lines too long, Section 1.1.3
note2.tex second note, Section 1.1.4
noteslug.tex note1b.tex with slug, Section 1.1.3
sampart.tex AMS sample article, Section 8.3
sampartb.bib bibliographic database file for sampartb.tex, Section 10.2.1
sampartb.tex AMS sample article to be used BibTeX, Section 10.2.1
sampartu.tex AMS sample article with user defined commands, Section 9.4
sample.html sample HTML code, Section 14.1
svsing6.cls a book class of Springer-Verlag, New York, used in Appendix F
template.bib sample entry types in a bibliographic database file, Section 10.1.1
textenv.tpl text environments in Chapter 3 and custom lists in Section 9.6
topmat.tpl AMS top-matter samples, Section 8.2.5
In Chapter 10, the examples were made with the AMS bibliographic style file,
amsplain.bst. Oren Patashnik pointed out a very minor error in both
AMS bibliographic style files: The "in" used in cross-referencing is capitalized.
ams-alph.bst and ams-pln.bst are identical with version 1.2c of the AMS BibTeX style files,
except that this error was corrected.
On CTAN, there is one more file: gratzer, so that users searching for gratzer on CTAN find
the directory in which these files are placed.