Submit Abstract for AHAMC 2011
Send your abstract (in an editable format such as Tex or Latex (preferred format), plain text, MS word, but not in PDF format) to the conference email adress:

ahamc@ualberta.ca before June 15, 2011,

Copy and paste the following AMS-Latex codes between the two lines, then add your own information to prepare your abstract. Please do not use macros. Then submit your AMS-latex source code (not its produced PDF file) to ahamc@ualberta.ca. A sample abstract and its AMS-latex output are provided at the bottom of this page.


%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%latex stencil for title and abstract of AHAMC 2011%%%%%%%%%%%%%% \documentclass[12pt]{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{amssymb}
\usepackage{amsfonts}
\begin{document}

\bigskip
%your title goes here
\centerline{\textbf{         }}

%speaker's name goes here. If your have more than one authors,
%use $~^*$ to indicate the speaker
\centerline{        }

%Your email address goes here. Use \@ instead of @
\centerline{\texttt{     }}

%Your mailing address goes here
%use \\ to break your address into several lines
{\centering



\\}

%Your abstract goes here



\end{document}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%end of abstract%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%




The following is a sample abstract. Its AMS-Latex output is here
\documentclass[12pt]{article}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\usepackage{amssymb}
\usepackage{amsfonts}
\begin{document}

\medskip
%your title goes here
\centerline{\textbf{Matrix Extension with Symmetry and Applications to Multiwavelets}}

%speaker's name goes here. If your have more than one authors,
%use $~*$ to indicate the speaker
\centerline{Bin Han$^*$ and Xiaosheng Zhuang}

%Your email adress goes here. Use \@ instead of @
\centerline{\texttt{bhan\@ualberta.ca, johnsen99\@gmail.com}}

%Your mailing address goes here
%use \\ to break your address into several lines
{\centering
Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences,\\
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,\\
Canada T6G 2G1
\\}

%Your abstract goes here
In this talk, we will discuss the matrix extension with symmetry and its applications to the construction of multiwavelets and framelets.

\end{document}
%end of abstract