General information,
Deadlines, Conference Proceedings
The conference
was held at Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University. June 19
was the day of arrive and registration. June 26 was the day of departure.
Working days were June 20, 21, 23, 24, 25. The scientific
program included plenary and short lectures. Plenary
lectures of 50 minutes were
given in the morning session. Short lectures of 2030
minutes were held in parallel sessions
in the afternoon.
The Conference Proceedings will be
publish in the journal "Theory of Stochastic Processes". Files of the papers
should be typeset by using AMSTEX (please find the template
below) and send by email to cher2005@imath.kiev.ua. Please
note that additional style files and personal command definitions should
not be included into the file. One printed copy should be sent
to the following address:
T.V. Karataeva
Institute of Mathematics, 3,
Tereschenkivs'ka Str.
Kiev 01601 Ukraine.
All contributions should be in English and their length should not exceed
12 pages. Deadline for submission is December,1, 2005, sooner if possible.
Contributions will be reviewed. Manuscripts are accepted for review with
the understanding that the same work is not and will not be under consideration
for publication elsewhere, and that its submission for publication has been
approved by all of the coauthors and by the institution where the work is
carried out.
All contributions should contain running head of less than 40 symbols,
author and coauthor names, and complete affiliation(s) (name of institution,
city, state) , email address for all coauthors, abstract, keywords
and AMS subject classification. Not following this instructions may cause
difficulties with reviewing and publishing of the paper.
TEMPLATE
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\topmatter
\author
First name, Second name ...
\endauthor
\title{}
Title paper
\endtitle
\rightheadtext{ Running head less than 40 symbols}
\abstract Abstract
\endabstract
\address
Address
\endaddress
\keywords Keywords
\endkeywords
\subjclass Subjclass
\endsubjclass
\email email
\endemail
\thanks
This research has been partially supported by ....
\endthanks
\endtopmatter
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\document
%This journal is typeset by AMSTex, the Tex macro system of the
%American Mathematical Society.
%Use these commands if you need it
\head Introducton
\endhead
In this paper we present...
\head
Head of the 1 section
\endhead
\definition {Definition 1} ... is called the solution...
\enddefinition
\subhead Head of the 1 section of the 1 section
\endsubhead
There are two basic results on ... namely the representation
theorems...
\proclaim {Theorem 1} Let to be ....
\endproclaim
\demo{Proof } The proof is similar to...
\enddemo
\subhead Head of the 2 section of the 1 section
\endsubhead
\proclaim {Proposition 1} Assume....
\endproclaim
\remark {Remark 1} It is possible...
\endremark
\head
Head of the 2 section
\endhead
\proclaim {Proposition 2} Let to be ....
\endproclaim
\proclaim {Theorem 2} Let f ....
\endproclaim
\demo{Proof } The proof is similar to...
\enddemo
\proclaim {Corollary 1} Let to be ....
\endproclaim
\remark {Remark 2} It is possible...
\endremark
\definition {Definition 3} ... is called the solution...
\enddefinition
$$
\gather
f(x)=x^2,\\
g(x)=\sqrt{\frac{x^2+2x}{\sin x}}
\endgather
$$
$$
\align
f(x)&=x^2,\\
g(x)&=\sqrt{\frac{x^2+2x}{\sin x}}
\endalign
$$
\subsubhead Acknowledgement
\endsubsubhead
This work ...
\Refs \ref \no 1 \by A.U. Thor Paper \paper This is
a paper \jour In the journal \vol 1 \issue 2 \pages 34 \yr 2003
\endref
\ref \no 2 \by A.U. Thor Book \book This is a book \publ ``Nauka"
\publaddr Moscow \bookinfo Proceedings of the conference \yr 2003
\endref
\endRefs
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