The files posted here make it possible to create TEX-files in the style used by the publications of the Association for Symbolic Logic, includingThe Journal of Symbolic Logic,The Bulletin of Symbolic Logicand theLecture Notes in Logic,which (in particular) publishes the proceedings of meetings of the Association. To use these files, one needs to have LaTeX installed, and to know (reasonably well) how to use it.Required files:

The documentclass (227 KB): asl.cls . (Version 1.3, posted June 7, 2002) The document guide for asl.cls :

Postscript file, asldoc.ps (17 pages, 300 KB). The complete document.

Texfile, asldoc.tex. This will not compile fully without the proprietary Monotype fonts used by ASL Publications, but it is useful for searching.The auxiliary document (4 pages): Postscript file, amsthdoc.ps . The Bibtex stylefile (80 KB): asl.bst . New: The Review stylefile (3 KB): review.sty .The description of the review style: Postscript file, reviewsty.ps (5 pages, 130 KB). An empty template for a review: template.tex . Optional files:

The document guide for amsart (480 KB): Postscript file, amsldoc.ps . A list of mathematical symbols available under asl.cls: Postscript file, aslsyms.ps , Texfile, aslsyms.tex . Sam Buss's package for formal proofs: bussproofs.sty, see also the homepage of bussproofs.sty. Full names of journals and serials for lists of references in ASL publications, a PDF file posted by the American Mathematical Society.

- For comments, bugs, additional information, etc., contact
Reinhard Kahle,
kahle@informatik.uni-tuebingen.de
.

*Last updated June 7, 2002, version 1.3 of asl.cls*
*(Added aslbook and bibay3 options in asl.cls, corrected some bugs
and improved some features.*
* asldoc has not been updated to give instructions for the aslbook
option*
*Usage: start with \documentclass[aslbook,bibay3,...]{asl} and *follow
the general instructions for "book" in LaTeX.*)*

The Tables of Contents and Postscript files of