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\usepackage{graphicx} % standard LaTeX graphics tool
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\begin{document}
\title*{Contribution Title}
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% your contribution title if the original one is too long
\author{Name of Author\inst{1}\and
Name of Author\inst{2}}
% Use \authorrunning{Short Title} for an abbreviated version of
% your contribution title if the original one is too long
\institute{Name and Address of your Institute
\textit{name@email.address}
\and Name and Address of your Institute \textit{name@email.address}}
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\maketitle
Your text comes here. Separate text sections with
\section{Section heading}
\label{sec:1} % Give a unique label
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\subsection{Subsection Heading}
\label{sec:2}
\subsubsection{Subsubsection Heading}
\paragraph{Paragraph Heading} as required\index{paragraph}.
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\begin{table}
\centering
\caption{Please write your table caption here}
\label{tab:1} % Give a unique label
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\begin{tabular}{lll}
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number & number & number \\
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% Use the following syntax and markup for your references
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% Monographs
\bibitem{monograph} Kagan, A.M., Linnik, Y.V., Rao, C.R. (1973):
Characterization Problems in Mathematical Statistics. Wiley, New York
% Contributed Works
\bibitem{contribution} Meyer, P.A. (1989): A short presentation of
stochastic calculus. In: Emery, M. (ed) Stochastic calculus in
manifolds. Springer Berlin Heidelberg
% Journal
\bibitem{journal} Miller, B.M., Runggaldier, W.J. (1997): Kalman
filtering for linear systems with coefficients driven by a hidden Markov
jump process. Syst. Control Lett., \textbf{31}, 93--102
% Theses
\bibitem{thesis} Ross, D.W. (1977): Lysosomes and Storage Diseases. MA
Thesis, Columbia University, New York
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