Read the articles you missed. Search for references or articles
relevant to your research or current projects. Computer Society '96 until the present are fully searchable SGML-based WWW pages, each
containing a full year of 17 Computer Society magazines and
transactions. The material is viewable and full-text searchable via standard WWW browsers.
The SGML version of these materials are created by first defining DTDs that preserve the original design of each publication, then applying these style sheets to each article, and encoding their equation elements in TeX. The on-screen display, and hard copy printing formats, are defined by SGML developers at Lightbinders, Inc. to correctly present the articles whether being read from a CD-ROM through the DynaText SGML reader, or published over the World Wide Web via the SGML web server plug-in, DynaWeb.