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\chapter{Put Your Title Here}
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%if the original title is too long
\chapterauthors{author 1\\author 2\\etc. }
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\begin{abstract}
This is a small sample document which should help you in formatting
your paper for publication in the Case Studies in Bayesian Statistics
volume. If you have any questions, you can contact me via email at
heidi@stat.cmu.edu or by phone (412) 268-2718. I hope you will find
this helpful.
\end{abstract}
\section{Introduction}
\section{Using this template}
\setcounter{equation}{0}
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%the equations are numbered by section - e.g. (1.1, 1.2; 2.1, 2.2 etc.),
%it should follow each ``section'' command
Using this template and the svcon.sty file
should make setting up your
paper in Springer-Verlag style very easy. It is already formatted for
margins and page size, etc. You should start by filling in the
chapter, shortchapname and chapterauthors commands above. Then insert
your text, putting section and subsection titles as shown.
\subsection{Equations}
Here is an equation, showing how to use the ``label'' and ``ref'' function:
\begin{equation}\label{eq:adding}%
2 + 2 = 4
\end{equation}
Now we have another equation.
\begin{equation}\label{eq:subtracting}
5 - 5 = 0,
\end{equation}
which we will reference a bit later.
Some more text, and another equation.
\begin{equation}\label{eq:3}
7 + 7 = 14 \; ,
\end{equation}
after which we might
refer to the second equation, as in, ``as can be seen
from equation (\ref{eq:subtracting}).'' (If (??) appears instead of the
equation number, just re-\LaTeX the file.)
\section{More Hints}
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\subsection{Reference style}
Here are two examples of the reference style we are using.
Experimental evidence supporting
the first hypothesis has been provided by several authors (Rudolph et
al., 1967; Heyman et al., 1977; von Ritter et al., 1988).
For a precise description of these models we refer to Almeida
and Gidas (1993).
\subsection{Figures}
Figures can be included as .ps files. Psfig is an efficient way of
handling postscript files. There are many sources of info about Psfig
on the World Wide Web. If you do not have the psfig.sty file available to you,
please let me know and I will email it to you.
\section{Final Steps}
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When your paper is in {\bf final} form, please email me the \LaTeX\ file (don't
forget any included .ps files) and send a hard copy. My mailing address is
Heidi Sestrich, Dept. of Statistics, Baker Hall 232A, Carnegie Mellon
University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, email is heidi@stat.cmu.edu.
Remember that we are preparing a camera ready copy for
Springer-Verlag. The published paper will look *exactly* the same as the
paper you send me.
\section*{Acknowledgments}
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This paper was supported by a grant from the National Science
Foundation. The authors would like to thank Albert Einstein for
riding a bicycle.
\section*{References}
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\begin{description}\labelsep=0pt\itemsep=0pt
\item Almeida, M. and Gidas, B. (1993). A Variational Method for Estimating
the Parameters of MRF from Complete or Incomplete Data, {\em Annals
Appl. Prob.} {\bf 3}, 103-136.
\item Heyman, M.A., Payne B.D., Hoffman, J.I.E. and Rudolph,
A.M. (1977). Blood flow measurements with radionuclide-labled
particles. {\em Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases} {\bf 10}, 55-79.
\end{description}
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