section provides answers to a list of frequently asked
questions that will help you make better use of these
type of browser would you recommend ?
browser that can view frames will be sufficient, such
as Netscape 4 and higher, and Internet Explorer 4 and
the browser need any special configuration ?
general you should not need to make any changes to your
browser. However, you must make sure that browser is
off you will experience problems with some of the navigational
links. Consult your browser's help files to see how
there an index of authors
we have a complete index.
software do I need to view PDF files, and where can
I get it ?
(portable document format) files can be viewed with
a piece of software called Adobe Acrobat Reader, which
is freely available from the Adobe web site : http://www.adobe.com
are the papers in both HTML and PDF format ?
will allow you to navigate around this site and view
the documents in a format that any web browser will
understand. PDF, on the other hand, is mainly used for
printing purposes - the entire paper including tables
and graphics can be printed in one go.
I view the graphics/tables without leaving the paper
To view the linked graphics and tables users can open
these in a new window by right clicking the link. When
finished with the window simply close it.
do I get back to the article when I am looking at a
related table or figure ?
the bottom of every table and figure you will find the
title of the corresponding paper which will take you
back to the paper.