The text follows the style of argumentative dissertation, containing two pages and four paragraphs that are divided in: Introduction, 1st argumentation, 2nd argumentation and conclusion. The text model used was made available in the official domain of SBC (Sociedade Brasileira de Computação).
This is a LaTeX template (version from 2016 Feb. 17)
for preparing documents for All-Russian Scientific Conference
of the Mathematical Modeling and Boundary Value Problems
[Matem. Mod. Kraev. Zadachi, Samara, Russian Federation].
It was submitted by an author writing for
the 10th All-Russian Scientific Conference with
international participation (MMiKZ’16).
The various components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.]
are already defined on the style sheet, as illustrated
by the portions given in this document.
Author: Mikhail N. Saushkin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
License: Creative Commons CC BY 4.0
Abstract template for Poznan Reasoning Week 2016. The template uses uses llncs class provided by Springer.
Poznań Reasoning Week, consisting of three conferences, aims at bringing together experts from various fields, whose research focus on reasoning processes and their modelling from three perspectives:
the interplay of logic and cognition (Logic and Cognition 2016);
formal modelling of reasoning and argumentation (14th ArgDiap);
natural question processing (QuestPro 2016).
The article template for NLA'2018 conference. It is based on the standard llncs class (Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences) and adjusted with a style file of the conference. This Overleaf template contains two main files. One is for English papers and another for Russian ones. Switch templates via Overleaf Project menu. Conference site: http://nla.icc.ru/
This paper presents instructions for preparing papers for the IFMBE Proceedings series. The template is intended to guide the authors in preparing the electronic version of their paper. Only papers prepared according to these instructions will be published in both, the paper and online version of the IFMBE proceedings. In this abstract section you should provide an abstract of your paper, not longer than 300 words.