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Prepared for submission to JINST JINST: LATEX author’s manual JINST Editorial Office SISSA Medialab s.r.l., via Bonomea 265, 34136 Trieste Italy E-mail: jinst-eo@jinst.sissa.it Abstract: This document provides instructions for using the jinstpub.sty LATEX package along with some stylistic conventions. For a brief example that can be used as a template / boilerpate please see the file example.tar.gz available in the documentation archive. Contents 1 The JINST style package jinstpub.sty 1 2 Title page 1 2.1 Title 2 2.2 Authors and affiliations 2 2.3 E-mails 3 2.4 Abstract 3 2.5 Keywords 3 2.6 Additional information in the title page 4 3 Table of contents 5 4 Body of the paper 5 4.1 General conventions 5 4.2 Mathematics 6 4.3 Tables and figures 7 5 Bibliography 7 1 The JINST style package jinstpub.sty jinstpub.sty is a LATEX package that is designed to help authors produce preprints in a form suitable for submission to JINST. This package should be used with the article documentclass and 11pt,a4paper options: \documentclass[11pt,a4paper]{article} \usepackage{jinstpub} Some useful packages are already included in jinstpub.sty: hyperref, graphicx, amsmath, amssymb, natbib (options: numbers, sort&compress). 2 Title page The title page is created by the command \maketitle and can accommodate many details that are collected by specific macros (see figure 1). The following sections explain the macros that may be used. –1– Prepared for submission to JINST \title{An example title where \boldmath $x=1$} An example title where x = 1 \author[a]{A.~Author,} \author[a,b,1]{B.~Author% \note{Corresponding author.}} \author[a,c]{and C.~Author} A. Author,a B. Authora, b,1 and C. Authora,c a Institution, \affiliation[a]{Institution,\\ Street number, City, Country Street number, City, Country} b Department, University, \affiliation[b]{Department, University,\\ Street number, City, Country Street number, City, Country} c Another University, \affiliation[c]{Another University,\\ Street number, City, Country Street number, City, Country} E-mail: buthor@univ.country \emailAdd{buthor@univ.country} Abstract: Text, text math, math text, text. Text, text math, math text, text... \abstract{Text, text $math$, $math$ text, text. Text, text $math$, $math$ text, text... } Keywords: keyword one, keyword two \keywords{keyword one, keyword two} \begin{document} \maketitle 1Corresponding author. Figure 1. An example of the JINST title page with the most common information (left), and the corresponding source code (right). 2.1 Title The title of your paper can be specified using the macro \title{...}. If it contains any mathematics, then the command \boldmath should be placed inside the argument of the title. Only the first letter, acronyms and a persons’ name are capitalized. Also, the full stop is not needed at the end of the title, unless it is followed by “Part 1” or “Part 2” (e.g. “An example title. Part 1”). 2.2 Authors and affiliations All authors should appear on the title page together with their affiliation(s). The firstname of each author should be abbreviate to the initials only. Authors and affiliations can be specified using the macros \author[]{...} and \affiliation[]{...}, one for each author/affiliation (see the ex

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