[OS X TeX] theorem names
Red Roo
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Sat Nov 13 00:45:05 EST 2010
----- Original Message ----
> From: George Gratzer <gratzer at me.com>
> To: TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List <macosx-tex at email.esm.psu.edu>
> Sent: Fri, November 12, 2010 9:23:24 PM
> Subject: [OS X TeX] theorem names
>
> I use the book document style and load the AMS packages, in particular, amsthm.
>Therefore,
> theorems with names, e.g.
>
> Theorem 5 (Fundamental theorem of AbelianGroups).
>
> is typeset with
>
> Theorem 5
>
> and the period in bold,
>
> (Fundamental Theorem of AbelianGroups)
>
> not. Of course, it is easy to make
>
> Fundamental Theorem of AbelianGroups
>
> bold, but I would need the parenthesis bold also.
>
> The amslatex distribution has a file called testmath.pdf in
>
> amslatex/doc/latex/amsmath
>
> On p.6 of this file there are two theorems with everything in bold.
>Unfortunately, there
> is no source provided or explanation given.
>
> Does anybody know the trick?
The follow appears to produce the desired result in my book MS:
\usepackage{amsmath,amsfonts,amssymb}
...
\begin{theorem}[Universal Scalability Law]
The universal scalability law (\ref{eqn:urepman}) is equivalent to the
synchronous bound on the relative throughput (speedup) of a
load-dependent machine-repairman queueing model with a
service time that is a linear function of the $p$ active processors.
\end{theorem}
The only proviso is that I'm using Springer's book style, so I can't guarantee
it.
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