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 |