Formatting instructions
Preparing a paper with Latex:
The easiest way for preparing a paper with Latex is to use one of the
following Latex files as a frame for preparing the manuscript.
An example paper (Latexfile and corresping psfile) can be downloaded
here:
Preparing a paper with MSWord: An example paper which
can be used as a frame for preparing a manuscript with MSWord can be
downloaded here:
General rules:
Manuscripts should be in DinA4 format

 Textheight: 23cm
 Textwidth:16cm
 Left and right side margins: 2.5cm
 Font size: 11pt
 Page numbers: starting at the front page (no page numbers in the final camera ready copy, once the abstract/paper has been accepted).
The manuscript should start with the following sections in the given
order and all centered

 Title: bold, Large (14pt)
 Authors: Names seperated by commas (i.e. ","), upper index indicates the number in the affiliation list (if several authors)
 Affiliation: italics, including emailaddresses of all authors
 Abstract: at most 150 words
Text:

 Footnotes: numbered seperately on each page and in arabic.
 Paragraphs: without indentation at the beginning.
 Citations: use arabic numbers in square brackets.
Tables and figures should be centered and numbered sequentially
throughout the manuscript in arabic (without section numbers).

 Figures: captions below
 Tables: captions above
Examples, theorems, lemmas, corollaries, and similar environments
should be numbered sequentially throughout the manuscript using arabic
numbers (but no section numbers).
For a Latexfile use \begin{example} and \end{example} at the beginning and
respectively at the end of an example (these
environments are defined in the antsframe files. Analogously, use the
following commands for the other environments:

 \begin{theorem}  \end{theorem}
 \begin{lemma}  \end{lemma}
 \begin{corollary}  \end{corollary}
 \begin{claim}  \end{claim}
 \begin{definition}  \end{definition}
Proofs should begin with "Proof. " and end with a triangle at
the end of the last line. (For a Latexfile use the \proof and
\proofend commands at the beginning respectively end of a
proof; these commands are defined in the frame).
References should be ordered alphabetically, numbered in arabic, and formatted
as in the following examples (Latex users will use \bibitem or the Bibtex).
[1] X.Y. AAuthor, Z. BAuthor, and Z.Y. CAuthor. Title of
paper. Name of journal, 1: 111222, 1999.
[2] Z.Y. CAuthor. Title of paper. In X. AEditor and
Y. BEditor (Eds.), Proc. of Conference, pp. 8899.
Publisher, 1997.
[3] Z.Y. CAuthor. Booktitle. Publisher, Address, 1998.
[4] Y. DAuthor. Title of report. Technical Report 333,
Department, University, 1997.
