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A PhD student in Computer Science, working on natural language processing.

Aug
22
comment stack.sty and \end{environment}
The problem is the way LaTeX defines \@checkend as \def\@checkend#1{\def\reserved@a{#1}\ifx\reserved@a\@currenvir \else\@badend{#1}\fi}. The use of ifx means that the unexpanded contents of \reserved@a (in this case \Stack{endenvstack}) are checked for to see whether they match the environment name, and if they don't, an error message is printed. The rest of the \end macro works the way it should in the presence of commands that evaluate to the environment name.
Aug
21
accepted stack.sty and \end{environment}
Aug
19
revised stack.sty and \end{environment}
added 74 characters in body
Aug
19
revised stack.sty and \end{environment}
added 4 characters in body
Aug
19
answered stack.sty and \end{environment}
Aug
19
revised stack.sty and \end{environment}
added 486 characters in body
Aug
19
asked stack.sty and \end{environment}
Aug
18
answered Skipping outline table of contents of some sections in beamer
Jun
29
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
26
awarded  Critic
Jun
26
comment How to insert an image into LaTeX document?
-1: What's wrong with the figure environment?
Jun
26
answered How to insert an image into LaTeX document?
Jun
22
answered What is a good strategy for obtaining comments on a LaTeX document from non-LaTeX using collaborators?
Jun
22
asked Vim-LaTeXsuite shows me my .bbl file for errors in the .tex file
Jun
4
awarded  Nice Answer
May
16
accepted Representing linguistic text annotations in LaTeX
May
11
revised Representing linguistic text annotations in LaTeX
edited title
May
11
comment Representing linguistic text annotations in LaTeX
@Matthew: I would love to, but I have no idea how to go about doing that (and I'd still need a good solution to the nested annotation on the word "better" in example 31).
May
11
answered Representing linguistic text annotations in LaTeX
May
11
comment Representing linguistic text annotations in LaTeX
Well, I really want to the names of the annotations there (instead of replacing them with a less self-explanatory notation), but the fact that you introduced me to ulem, helped me to make underlines that wrap, and I also got to see that \underline stacks. I'm posting my solution as an answer now.