[OS X TeX] Glossary did not work ?!?

Ueliisa ueliisa at gmx.net
Sat Apr 23 02:16:37 EDT 2005

Hi together

I was Happy - with your tips no errors "not found glossary.sty" yet - 
but it still did not print the glossary and there is  now an other 
error to my \glossary entries. It also does not list acronyms 
(präemble). All my entries are from some examples that comes with the 
readme or doc files.

So I need your help again \ldots    ;-)






\newacronym{SVM}{support vector machine}{name=Support Vector Machine 
(SVM),description=Statistical pattern recognition technique~\cite{svm}}

\newacronym[KSVM]{K-SVM}{kernel support vector machine}{name=Kernel 
Support Vector Machine (K-SVM),description=Statistical pattern 
recognition technique using
the ``kernel trick'' (see also SVM)}


DVD \index{DVD}
Erde \index{Erde}
Amerika \index{Erde!Amerika}
Europa \index{Erde!Europa}
Deutschland \index{Erde!Europa!Deutschland}
Sowjetunion \index{Erde!Europa!die ehemalige Sowjetunion ohne die 
baltischen Staaten}
Sonne \index{Sonne}

DVD \glossary{name=DVD}
Erde \glossary{Erde}
Velo \glossary{name={Hut}, description={traegt man auf dem Kopf}}
Sonne \glossary{name={Sonne}, description={Zentraler Planet der uns 
\glossary{name={singular matrix}, description={A matrix with zero 
\glossary{name={$\mathcal{U}$}, description={The universal set}, sort=U}

The \SVM\ is used widely in the area of pattern recognition.
\useacronym*[s]{SVM} are \ldots
The \KSVM\ is \ifthenelse{\boolean{SVMfirst}}{a}{an} \SVM\ that uses 
the so called ``kernel trick''.
The \KSVM\ \ldots


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