%% toc-template.tex v0.5 2021-10-03 (last updated LB)
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%!!! ToC#1XXX %% replace 1XXX with the actual number -- example: ToC#1078
\documentclass{toc}
%% !!! AUTHOR: Fill in meta-data below
%% Optional items are marked %OPL, followed by explanation "if (when to use)"
%% if using optional item, delete "%OPL"
\tocdetails{%
title = {full title of paper here},
%OPL runningtitle = {short title to fit page headers}, %% if title long
%OPL plaintexttitle = {title without LaTeX}, %% if title uses LaTeX
%
number_of_pages = {NN},
number_of_bibitems = {NN},
number_of_figures = {NN},
conference_version = {XXXXNN}, %% examples: {EC17}, {FSTTCS18}, {NONE}
%% add "?" if submitted but no decision yet -- example: {CCC21?}
%% please remember to notify editors if conf status changes
%OPL conf_spec_issue, %% if conf spec issue article
%OPL thematic_spec_issue = {title of spec issue}, %% if thematic spec issue
%OPL invited, %% if paper invited by ToC editors but NOT spec issue
author = {Author A, Author B, and Author C},
%% Use the format
%% "A", or "A and B", or "A, B, and C", or "A, B, C, and D", etc.
%% e.g., {Author A, Author B, and K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy},
%% IMPORTANT: Please use ascii TeX codes for characaters with
%% foreign accents.
authorlist = {Author A, Author B, Author C},
%% Comma separated author list, NO AND: Use the format
%% "A", or "A, B", or "A, B, C", etc.
%% NOTE: No "and" at the end--simply comma separated,
%% e.g., {Author A, Author B, K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy},
%
%% IF AUTHOR LIST LONG: add one or both optional entries below
%% where the first name has been replaced with an initial.
%OPL runningauthor = {A. Author, B. Author, and C. Author},
%OPL copyrightauthor = {A. Author, B. Author, and C. Author},
%% for some composite last names, the alphabetic position of
%% the author's name is not the first letter of the last name
%% for instance, Ronald de Wolf's last name is "de Wolf"
%% but the alphabetic position of his last name is "W"
%OPL alphabetic_position = {N, X} %% example: {3, W} if 3rd author "de Wolf"
acmclassification = {ACM Classifications},
%% Use the format "X.N.N, Y.N.N, ..., Z.N.N"; no period at end.
%% See below for common ACM classifications.
amsclassification = {AMS Classifications},
%% Use the format "NNXNN, NNYNN, ..., NNZNN"; no period at end.
%% See below for common AMS Classifications.
keywords = {keyword, keyword, keyword},
%% keywords and phrases of your choice, lower case, comma separated,
%% no period at end
%% please consider using relevant ToC categories -- see
%% http://theoryofcomputing.org/categories
%
} %% END AUTHOR-FILLED METADATA
%%% Common ToC ACM Classifications:
%%%
%%% F.2.2 (Nonnumerical Algorithms and Problems)
%%% F.1.3 (Complexity Measures and Classes)
%%% G.3 (PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS)
%%% F.1.2 (Modes of Computation)
%%% G.2.2 (Graph Theory)
%%% G.1.6 (Optimization)
%%% F.2.3 (Tradeoffs between Complexity Measures)
%%% F.2.1 (Numerical Algorithms and Problems)
%%%
%%% Common ToC AMS categories:
%%% 68Q17 (Computational difficulty of problems (lower bounds,
%%% completeness, difficulty of approximation, etc.)
%%% 68W25 (Approximation algorithms)
%%% 81P68 (Quantum computation and quantum cryptography)
%%% 68W20 (Randomized algorithms)
%%% 68Q15 (Complexity classes (hierarchies, relations among
%%% complexity classes, etc.))
%%% 68Q25 (Analysis of algorithms and problem complexity)
%%% 68R10 (Graph theory)
%%% 03F20 (Complexity of proofs)
%%% 68Q32 (Computational learning theory)
%%% 90C59 (Approximation methods and heuristics)
%%%
%%% Full list available at:
%%% http://www.acm.org/about/class/1998
%%% http://www.ams.org/msc/
%%%
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%%% EDITOR: Fill in meta-data below
\tocdetails{%
% volume = 1X, %% example: volume = 16,
% number = Y, %% examples: number = 5, number = 19,
% year = 20ZZ,
% specissue={\cccBH}, %% CCC'17
% specissue={\cccBI}, %% CCC'18
% specissue={\cccBJ}, %% CCC'19
% specissue={\cccCA}, %% CCC'20
% specissue={\cccCB}, %% CCC'21
% specissue={\cccCC}, %% CCC'22
% specissue={\approxrandomBG}, %% APPROX-RANDOM'16
% specissue={\randomBI}, %% RANDOM'18
% specissue={\approxrandomBJ}, %% APPROX-RANDOM'19
% specissue={\approxrandomCA}, %% APPROX-RANDOM'20
% specissue={\approxrandomCB}, %% APPROX-RANDOM'21
% received = {date}, %% example: June 17, 2019
% revised = {date},
% published = {date},
% note,
% survey, %% this item refers to "research survey", not "grad survey"
% exposition, %% refers to "research exposition"
% doi = {10.4086/toc.20XX.v0XX.a0XX},
%% format: doi = {10.4086/toc.2018.v014a009}
} %% END tocdetails
%%% !!!AUTHOR: add macro packages in a separate "packages.sty" file
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% \usepackage{graphicx}" %%% !!! uncomment this if you include figures
%%% !!!AUTHOR: put your marco definitions in a separate "aumacros.sty" file
%%% PLEASE use as few of them as possible
%%% custom macros make copyediting more difficult
\begin{document}
\begin{frontmatter}%%[classification=text] << EDITOR.
%% EDITOR: If abstract fits entirely on first page, you may consider
%% the "classification=text" option, which typesets classifications
%% (as text) directly after the abstract--a preferable arrangement.
%%% !!! AUTHOR Title goes here
\title{title of paper here} %% if conf version exists, see below
%%% !!! If a conference version exists, use instead the following
%%% (after replacing the conference name)
%OPL \title{TITLE OF PAPER\titlefootnote{XXX of this paper appeared in
%OPL the \href{http://URL}{Proceedings of the 26th IEEE Conference on
%OPL Computational Complexity, 2011}~\cite{conf-version}.}}
%OPL preferable URL: http://doi.org/[DOI] %% if DOI available
%OPL Please add the conference version to your bibliography
%OPL and name it @inproceedings{conf-version,
%%% !!! Replace XXX by one of the following phrases:
%%% An extended abstract (if the current version adds or significantly
%%% expands the proofs of the main results stated in the conference
%%% version but most of the main results of the current paper have
%%% already been (essentially) stated in the conference version);
%%% A preliminary version (if the current version contains significant
%%% new results or significant improvements over the results
%%% stated in the conference version);
%%% A conference version (in all other cases).
%%% Appropriately modify this text if the paper descends from more than one
%%% conference paper. Make sure to include the conference version(s)
%%% in the .bib file.
%%% !!! AUTHOR List all authors. In brackets include the author's
%%% **last name** in lower case with no special characters; this
%%% will be used as the unique tag (author ID) to associate
%%% the author with the correct bio sketch at the end of the paper.
%%% List grant acknowledgements in \thanks.
\author[surname]{Firstname Surname\thanks{Supported by...}}
\author[szolossy]{K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy\thanks{Supported by...}}
%%% !!! AUTHOR Dedication, if desired, goes here
%% \begin{dedication}
%% !!!
%% \end{dedication}
%%% !!! AUTHOR Abstract goes here
%%% limit your Abstract to 1920 characters to satisfy the arXiv standard
%%% the Abstract does not need to tell the full story; focus on
%%% your most striking contribution
%%% no \cite{...} commands in Abstract; citation format in abstract:
%%% (Jones and Kumar, STOC'14)
%%% if more than two authors: (Jones et al., STOC'14)
%%% if journal: (Jones et al., SICOMP 2014)
\begin{abstract}
!!!
\end{abstract}
\iffalse % DON'T TOUCH THIS LINE
%%% AUTHOR: Choose the arXiv category that best fits your article.
%%% A complete list of computer science categories is available here:
%%% http://arxiv.org/archive/cs
%%% and in math
%%% http://arxiv.org/archive/math
%%% Common categories include:
%%% cs.CC - Computational Complexity
%%% cs.CR - Cryptography and Security
%%% cs.DS - Data Structures and Algorithms
%%% cs.LG - Learning
%%% cs.IT - Information Theory
%%% cs.DM - Discrete Mathematics
%%% quant-ph - Quantum Physics
%%% math.PR - Probability
%%% math.CO - Combinatorics
%%% You must include at least one category. If you include more than one category,
%%% the first one will serve as your main category, and the others will be used for
%%% crosslisting.
%%%
%%% Example:
%%% \tocarxivcategory{cs.CC,quant-ph}
\tocarxivcategory{!!!}
\fi % DON'T TOUCH THIS LINE
\end{frontmatter}
%%%
%%% !!! AUTHOR
%%% Paper goes here...
\bibliographystyle{tocplain} %%% \bibliographystyle{plain}
%%% !!! AUTHOR
%%% Change this to match the name of your BIB file
\bibliography{yourbibfile}
%%% !!! AUTHOR
%%% Include a short description of each author's affiliation
%%% following the structure below. Use the same unique ID used
%%% previously (presumably lower case last name).
%%% Use \tocat{} and \tocdot{} instead of "@" and "." in emails
\begin{tocauthors}
\begin{tocinfo}[surname]
Firstname Surname\\
Assistant professor\\
Department of Computer Science and\\
\ \ Department of Immunology\\
Exemplar University\\
Town, State/Province, Country\\
name\tocat{}cs\tocdot{}exemplar\tocdot{}edu \\ %% email address here
\url{http://cs.exemplar.edu/~surname} %% your home page here
\end{tocinfo}
\begin{tocinfo}[szolossy]
K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy\\
Senior software engineer\\
Logspace, Inc.\\
Kecskem\'et, Hungary\\
kszolos\tocat{}ailab\tocdot{}logspace\tocdot{}hu \\
\url{http://www.logspace.hu/~kalman}
\end{tocinfo}
\end{tocauthors}
%%% !!!!
%%% Add a biographic sketch about each author. The bio sections of
%%% previously published papers also appear in HTML, for example,
%%% http://www.theoryofcomputing.org/articles/v003a009/about.html ).
%%% Include basic info about your education, research, and career
%%% (institutions, subject/title of dissertation, name of advisor,
%%% list of areas of interest in some detail ["complexity theory" won't
%%% distinguish you from the majority of authors]). Please also
%%% include information not readily available from other sources,
%%% like where you grew up, how you were first exposed to mathematics.
%%% The bio sketch is especially a good place to recognize an early
%%% mentor who helped turn your interest toward mathematics. We also
%%% encourage you to include some more personal information (family,
%%% hobby, etc.). Sprinkle it with humor. IMPORTANT: Please include
%%% links in the bio sketch (to your advisor's and your Alma Mater's
%%% home page, your favorite hobby site, etc). As far as links go,
%%% the more, the merrier. Use the following syntax:
%%% Her advisor was \href{http://url}{name}.
%%% IMPORTANT: please remember to use ascii TeX codes for characters
%%% with a foreign accent.
\begin{tocaboutauthors}
\begin{tocabout}[surname] %% use the same
\textsc{Firstname Surname}, known to her friends as ,
graduated from
\href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/URL}{Paragon University} in
1799; her advisor was
\href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Friedrich_Pfaff}{Johann
Friedrich Pfaff}. The subject of her thesis was integral rational
algebraic functions. ... (positions help, research interests)...
Her attention was first turned to mathematics by her 7th grade
piano teacher \href{http://url}{Sophia Maria Westenholz},
a fan of math puzzles, with whom she spent ...
She enjoys hiking in the
\href{https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nilgiri_Mountains/}{Nilgiri Hills}.
In her spare time she sometimes reads
\href{http://theoryofcomputing.org}{\textsf{Theory of Computing}}.
\end{tocabout}
\begin{tocabout}[szolossy]
\textsc{K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy} is another fictitious author
whose name, with its copious accents, emphasizes the proper use
of TeX ascii codes.
\end{tocabout}
\end{tocaboutauthors}
\end{document}