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\documentclass[mathpazo]{cmr}
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\usepackage{bm}
\begin{document}
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\title{Here is the Sample File for CMR}
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% Single author:
% \author[name in running head]{AUTHOR\corrauth}
% [name in running head] is NOT OPTIONAL, it is a MUST.
% Use \corrauth to indicate the corresponding author.
% Use \email to provide email address of author.
% Use \address to provide complete address with post code of the institution where the work was done.
\author[O.~Author]{Only Author\corrauth}
\address{School of Mathematics,
Jilin University,
Changchun, Jilin, 130012, P.R. China. } %complete address with Post Code
\email{{\tt author@email} (O.~Author)}
%% Multiple authors:
%% Note the use of \affil and \affilnum to link names and addresses.
%% The author for correspondence is marked by \corrauth.
%% use \emails to provide email addresses of authors.
%% e.g. below example has 3 authors, first author is also the corresponding author,
%% author 1 and 3 having the same address.
%\author[Z. Zhang, A. Chan and A. Zhao]{ Zhengru Zhang\affil{1}\comma\corrauth,
% Author Chan\affil{2}~and Author Zhao\affil{1} }
%\address{\affilnum{1}\ School of Mathematical Sciences,
% Beijing Normal University,
% Beijing, 100875, P.R. China. \\
% \affilnum{2}\ School of Mathematics,
% Jilin University,
% Changchun, Jilin, 130012, P.R. China.}
%\emails{{\tt zhang@email} (Z.~Zhang),
% {\tt chan@email} (A.~Chan),
% {\tt zhao@email} (A.~Zhao) }
% \footnote and \thanks are not used in the heading section.
% Another acknowlegments/support of grants, state in Acknowledgments section
% \section*{Acknowledgments}
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\begin{abstract}
This is a Sample File showing the right templates
for Communications in Mathematical Research Prepared in \LaTeX.
Please read the instructions in the tex file very carefully including those proceeded by \% sign.
\end{abstract}
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\ams{xxxxx, xxxxx} %AMS subject classification can be found in http://mathscinet.ams.org/msc/msc2010.html
\keywords{xxxxxx, xxxxxx, xxxxxx, xxxxxx.} %List 3 to 8 keywords
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\maketitle
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\section{Introduction}
\label{sec1}
Here are some important instructions on how to prepare your \LaTeX\ files
for Communications in Mathematical Research.
Please pay special attention to the following:
\smallskip
1. All texts in a theorem, lemma, proposition, corollary, definition
environment should be automatically {\it slanted}.
However all texts in a remark, notation and example
environment should be automatically {\bf normal}.
\begin{theorem}
Here is a theorem environment.
\end{theorem}
\begin{proof}
xxxxxx
\end{proof}
\begin{remark}
Here is a remark environment.
\end{remark}
2. \textbf{Equations} should be typewritten whenever possible
and the number placed in parentheses at the right margin.
Reference to equations should use the form ``Eq.~(1.1)" or simply ``(1.1)." For example,
\begin{align}
\label{1.1}
D^{\mu,\beta}_{\lambda}[S(\lambda^2t)u_0]
=S(\lambda^{2-2p\beta-\mu(p-2)}t)[D^{\mu,\beta}_{\lambda}u_0].
\end{align}
\textbf{Superscripts and subscripts} should be typed clearly above and
below the line, respectively, e.g.,
$\sum^{\infty}_{n=i}x^n$ should be $\sum\limits^{\infty}_{n=i}x^n$,
$\sup_{0\leq t\leq T}x(t)$ should be $\sup\limits_{0\leq t\leq T}x(t)$,
$\lim_{n\rightarrow\infty}x^n$ should be $\displaystyle\lim_{n\rightarrow\infty}x^n$.
Letters used for matrix or vector should be in bold italics, e.g.,
${\boldsymbol A}$, ${\boldsymbol\varTheta}$, ${\bm \beta}$. %require \usepackage{bm}
\smallskip
3. \textbf{Figures} should be in a finished form suitable for publication.
Lettering on drawings should be of professional quality or generated by
high-resolution computer graphics and must be large enough to withstand
appropriate reduction for publication.
For example, if you use {\sf MATLAB} to do figure plots,
axis labels should be at least point 18. Title should be 24 points or above.
Tick marks labels better have 14 points or above. Line width should be 2 (or above).
Illustrations in colors will appear in black and white in printed version.
Insert a figure in the text nearest its first cited.
Number figures consecutively with Arabic numerals according to its sequence in the text,
e.g., Figure 1, Figure 2. The caption should be placed at the bottom of the figure.
%Example of inserting a Figure
%\begin{figure}[htp]
%\begin{center}
% % replace XXX.xxx by your figure file name
% %\includegraphics[width=2in]{XXX.xxx} \\
% %\caption{Here is the Caption of your figure}\label{XXX}
% \end{center}
%\end{figure}
\smallskip
4. \textbf{Tables} should be in ``Three-Line Table" style.
Number tables consecutively with Arabic numerals according to
its sequence in the text, e.g., Table 1, Table 2.
Caption should be placed on the top of the table.
%Example of compiling a table
\begin{center}
{\small {\bf Table 1} \quad Put the Caption here \\
\vspace{1mm}
\doublerulesep 0.5pt
\begin{tabular}{ccc}
\hline\hline\\
[-3mm]
Problem number & Problem Name & Dimension \\
[.8mm]
\hline
\\[-3mm]
1 &Helical Valley &3 \\
2 &Biggs EXP6 &6 \\
3 &Gaussian &3 \\
4 &Variably Dimensioned &10 \\
[.8mm]
\hline\hline
\end{tabular}}
\end{center}
\smallskip
5. \textbf{Reference}.
Please read carefully the information preceded by \% sign in the bibliography environment.
\smallskip
(1) \textbf{References should be listed according to the order cited in the text}.
For example, In [1] $\cdots$. Wang {\it et al.} $\cdots$ (see [2]).
Some reference styles can be found in [3]--[6].
\smallskip
(2) Always place the first name (or first name initial) first,
then the middle name initial (optional), followed by the last name.
If there are multiple authors, use the word `and' to connect the last two authors,
e.g. J. Wang, S. J. Liu and X. Y. Wang.
\smallskip
(3) If a reference is a paper in a journal,
the name of the journal should be {\bf \sl slanted},
Only the first character in a paper's title is in capital.
Please pay attention to the correct way for
{\bf year}, {\bf volume number} (in bold face), {\bf starting page}--{\bf ending page} (use two hyphens `-' to join the pages). See references [1] and [2] for details.
\smallskip
(4) If the reference is a book, the first letter of each word should be capitalized.
See reference [3] for details.
\smallskip
(5) If the reference is a paper in a conference proceeding,
please see the sample reference [4].
\smallskip
(6) If the reference is a paper in an academic press or a book,
please see the sample reference [5].
\smallskip
(7) If the reference is a thesis, please see the sample reference [6].
\smallskip
(8) Abbreviations of cited journals should follow the abbreviations
of names of serials used in Mathematical Reviews (MR).
\smallskip
(9) Please do not list any references you never cited in your paper.
%%%% Acknowledgments %%%%%%%%
\section*{Acknowledgments}
The author expresses thanks to the people helping with this work.
Financial support also appears in this part, with grant number(s) following.
The full title of each fund is required.
%%%% Bibliography %%%%%%%%%%
%Please do not use BibTex.
\begin{thebibliography}{99}
%References should be listed according to the order cited in the text.
%The first citation should be placed at the first of the bibliography, and so on.
\bibitem{1}
FirstNameInitial. MiddleNameInitial. LastName. %first name middle initial. and then last name.
Title of the paper. %Only the first character in the paper title is capitalized.
\emph{Abbreviations of Names of the Journal}, %Name of journal is slanted, Abbreviations see Mathematical Reviews.
Year, \textbf{Volume}, StaringPage--EndingPage. %Volume is in bold. Use `--' to join the pages.
% Example of a paper in a journal:
\bibitem{2}
J. J. Wang, S. J. Liu and X. Y. Wang. % Use `and' connect the last two authors
Explicit multi-symplectic method for high order wave equation of KdV type. %Only the first letter is in capital.
\emph{Commum. Math. Res.}, 2018, \textbf{34}, 193--204.
% Example of a book in the reference:
\bibitem{3}
R. Bott.
Differential Forms in Algebraic Topology. %The first letter of each word should be capitalized.
New York: Springer-Verlag, 1994. % Place of publication : (with colon) Name of publisher.
% Example of an article in Conference Proceeding:
\bibitem{4}
V. Dmtriev.
Complete tables of the second rank constitutive tensors
for linear homogeneous bianisotropic media. %Only the first letter is in capital.
in Proceedings of IEEE MTT-S IMOCĄŻ99. %in...
Berlin: Springer, 2000, 435--439.
% Example of an article in Academic Press or a book:
\bibitem{5}
J. Serrin.
Algebraic K-theory and its application. %Only the first letter is in capital.
in Contributions to Nonlinear Functional Analysis (eds. E. H. Bass and Author 2). %in...
Singapore: World Scientific, 1971, 33--75.
% Example of a thesis:
\bibitem{5}
FirstNameInitial. MiddleNameInitial. LastName.
The Porous Medium Equation. %The first letter of each word should be capitalized.
Ph.D thesis, Jilin University, Jilin, 2019. %name of Univ., city, year.
%% Example of a preprint article with 7 digits archive number:
%\bibitem{7}
%M. Entov, L. Polterovich and F. Zapolsky,
% Quasi-morphisms and the Poisson bracket.
% preprint, \emph{arXiv{math/0605406}}.
%
%% Example of a preprint article with 8 digits archive number:
%\bibitem{8}
%A. Teplinsky,
% Herman's theory revisited, preprint,
% \emph{arXiv{0707.0078}}.
\end{thebibliography}
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