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gu.sty - Gruppe-Untergruppe-Stammb�ume setzen

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Das Paket gu.sty erleichtert das Setzen von einfachen kristallographischen
Gruppe-Untergruppe-Schemata im B�rnighausen-Formalismus und/oder
Lagenfortf�hrungstabellen. Die einzelnen Elemente und Abst�nde werden
innerhalb einer neuen Umgebung namens "stammbaum" mittels vorgegebener
Kommandos definiert. Anschlie�end werden alle Abst�nde automatisch berechnet
und der Stammbaum und/oder die Tabellen ausgegeben. Momentan werden maximal
zwei Abstiegsschritte unterst�tzt, eine Erweiterung ist aber relativ
problemlos m�glich. F�r Einzelheiten und Dokumentation siehe gudoc.pdf.
Dieses Paket unterliegt der LaTeX Project Public License, siehe
http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html f�r n�here
Details. Copyright (C) 2006, 2007 Stefan Lange

The aim of the package gu.sty is to simplify typesetting of simple
crystallographic group-subgroup-schemes in the B�rnighausen formalism. It
defines a new environment "stammbaum", wherein all elements of the scheme
are defined. Afterwards all necessary dimensions are calculated and the
scheme is drawn. Currently two steps of symmetry reduction are supported.
Further documentation is currently only available in German in the file

This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See
http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html for the
details of that license.

Copyright (C) 2006, 2007 Stefan Lange

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gu – Type­set crys­tal­lo­graphic group-sub­group-schemes

The pack­age sim­pli­fies type­set­ting of sim­ple crys­tal­lo­graphic group-sub­group-schemes in the Bärnighausen for­mal­ism. It de­fines a new en­vi­ron­ment stamm­baum, wherein all el­e­ments of the scheme are de­fined. After­wards all nec­es­sary di­men­sions are cal­cu­lated and the scheme is drawn. Cur­rently two steps of sym­me­try re­duc­tion are sup­ported.

Ver­sion 2007-01-19
Li­censeThe Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerSte­fan Lange
Con­tained inTeX Live as gu
MiKTeX as gu
Topics type­set ma­te­rial to do with crys­tal­log­ra­phy
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