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Does anyone know what style is used in Dr. Knuth's Concrete Mathematics? I'm hoping to use it for my dissertation. I know that they use the concrete and Euler fonts, but with regards Chapter formatting etc. are they using anything other than the standard book style?

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I think I read somewhere that Knuth uses just raw TeX, but can't recall where I read that. – Peter Grill Apr 18 '12 at 5:25
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Concrete Mathematics is typeset with plain TeX. The TeX source code of the style is available at CTAN:

http://mirrors.ctan.org/macros/plain/contrib/misc/gkpmac.tex

And it is also available in TeX Live and MiKTeX distributions, with Plain TeX package.

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Thank you very much. That should do it. – ggelfond Apr 18 '12 at 5:34

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