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\begin{document}
\title[Short title]{Title of the article}
\author{Anna \surname{Author}}
\address{Department of Excellent Mathematics\\
University of City\\
7~Voronoi St.\\
City\\
Postal code\\
\country{Country}}
\email{aauthor@math.uni-city.edu}
\urladdr{https://www.math.uni-city.edu/~aauthor/}
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\author{Ben M. \surname{Writer}}
\address{Department of Computer Science\\
Another University\\
13~Gauss Ave.\\
City\\
Postal code\\
\country{Country}}
\email{bwriter@cs.another-uni.edu}
\urladdr{https://www.cs.another-uni.edu/~bwriter/}
\thanks{This research was partially supported by\ldots}
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\begin{abstract}
An abstract should give concise information about the content of your paper.
It should be informative and not only present the general scope of the paper
but also indicate the main results and conclusions.
An abstract should normally not exceed 200 words.
It should not contain bulky equations, bibliography citations,
references to the equations, tables or figures.
\end{abstract}
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\section*{Introduction}
In introduction you may present the subject of your paper,
indicate the scope of the subject,
present the goals of your paper.
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% Numbered section
\section{This is a section}
% Displayed and inline equations
So, we have a numbered equation
\begin{equation}
\label{eq:exponent}
\sum_{n = 0}^\infty \frac{x^n}{n!} = e^x
\end{equation}
and an inline equation
\( e^{x + y} = e^x e^y \).
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\section{Another section}
\label{sec:another}
% This is an example of the lemma
\begin{lemma}
\label{lem:some.label}
Let \( x \) be a real number, i.e., \( x \in \R \).
Then we have\ldots
\end{lemma}
From Lemma~\ref{lem:some.label} it follows that\ldots
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\begin{theorem}
\label{thm:another.label}
What a wonderful theorem!
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What a wonderful theorem!
\end{theorem}
% This is an example of the proof
\begin{proof}
The proof is based on the sieve method,
see details in the book~\cite{Reader:2009:FFD}.
One can find the proof of the Riemann conjecture in~\cite{Author:2000:SRR}.
\end{proof}
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\section{Yet another section}
You may include figures and tables in your paper.
There exist many possibilities to achieve this goal.
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\caption{This is a figure}
\label{fig:circle}
\end{figure}
Only black and white pictures should be used.
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\begin{table}[htbp]
\caption{This is a table}
\label{tab:square}
% Put the table body here.
% For example,
\begin{tabular}{rr}
\( x \) & \( x^2 \) \\
\hline\hline
1 & 1 \\
\hline
10 & 100 \\
\hline
100 & 10000
\end{tabular}
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\section{Example of references and citing}
% References and citations
This is an example of references:
Eq.~\eqref{eq:exponent},
Fig.~\ref{fig:circle}
and Table~\ref{tab:square}.
You can find an example of citing
the book~\cite{Reader:2009:FFD}
and the article~\cite{Author:2000:SRR}
in Section~\ref{sec:another}.
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\section{Last section}
In bibliography,
the titles of the papers should be written in their original language
with translation into English [in square brackets],
see, e.g.,~\cite{Polak:1980:WAP}.
We can use Latin and Cyrillic alphabets.
Please, excuse us, but hieroglyphs cannot be reproduced.
So, please use the English translation of the title
with the inscription of their original language (in parentheses),
see, e.g.,~\cite{Samurai:1987:ETT}.
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\bibitem{Author:2000:SRR}
A.~Author,
\emph{Some results on the Riemann zeta function},
J. Mod. Math. \textbf{54} (2000), no.~7, 132--321.
\bibitem{Polak:1980:WAP}
P.~Polak,
\emph{O warto\'sci asymptotycznej pewnej sumy}
[\emph{On the asymptotic value of a~certain sum}],
Wiadom. Mat. \textbf{81} (1980), 1--10.
\bibitem{Reader:2009:FFD}
A.~Reader and B.~M. Writer,
\emph{Fractals and fractal dimensions},
Publisher, Kyiv, 2009.
\bibitem{Samurai:1987:ETT}
K.~Samurai,
\emph{English translation of the title},
Publisher, Tokyo, 1987 (in Japanese).
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