%% toc-template.tex 2010-09-22 updated 2015-05-25
%% 1. Fill in the fields marked with exclamation marks
%% 2. Add as few macro / package definitions as possible
%% 3. Compile with "pdflatex"; make sure that
%% toc.cls, tocbase.cls, and tocplain.bst are the same directory.
%% 4. To include figures, add "\usepackage{graphicx}" to preamble, and use
%% \begin{figure}[ht]
%% \begin{center}
%% \includegraphics[width=2in]{filename}
%% \end{center}
%% \caption{!!!}
%% \label{fig:labeloffigure}
%% \end{figure}
%% Notice that figures should be created in a *vector* editing program,
%% such as the highly recommended IPE http://tclab.kaist.ac.kr/ipe/
%% or the powerful language TikZ http://www.texample.net/tikz/.
%% Do not use pixel-editing software like Paint or Photoshop, and also try to avoid PowerPoint.
%% We also discourage use of pstricks.
%% If for some reason your figures are in EPS format, convert to PDF using "epstopdf", which you probably already have installed
\documentclass{toc}
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%% the following to be completed by the editors -- DO NOT DELETE
%% \tocdetails{%
%% volume=XX, number=YY, year=201X, firstpage=XXX,
%% specissue={\boolean},
%% specissue={\approxrandomBC}, %% AR12
%% specissue={\approxrandomBD}, %% AR13
%% specissue={\approxrandomBE}, %% AR14
%% received={Month 1, 2012},
%% revised={Month 33, 2013},
%% published={Month 33, 2013},
%% note,
%% survey
%% doi={10.4086/toc.2015.v011a999}
%% }
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%%% Running title goes here (same as title, unless very long)
\runningtitle{!!!}
%%% Title again, but this time in *plain text*.
\tocpdftitle{!!!}
%%% Fill in author names twice, in
%%% format "A", "A and B", "A, B, and C", "A, B, C, and D", etc.
%%% e.g., Alexander Russell, John Milestone, and K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy
\runningauthor{!!!}
\copyrightauthor{!!!}
%%% Fill in author names in *plain text* using the
%%% format "A", "A, B", "A, B, C", etc.
%%% e.g., Alexander Russell, John Milestone, Kalman Szolossy
\tocpdfauthor{!!!}
\begin{document}
\begin{frontmatter}
%%% Title goes here
\title{!!!}
%%% If a conference version exists, use instead the following (after replacing the conference name)
%%% \title{TITLE OF PAPER\titlefootnote{XXX of this paper appeared in the
%%% Proceedings of the 26th IEEE Conference on Computational Complexity,
%%% 2011~\cite{ccc-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.
%%% !!!!
%%% List all authors. List grant acknowledgements in \thanks.
%%% In brackets include the author's last name in lower case and no special characters; this will be used as the unique ID in the bio sketches below
\author[russell]{Alexander Russell\thanks{Supported by...}}
\author[szolossy]{K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy\thanks{Supported by...}}
%%% Dedication, if desired, goes here
%% \begin{dedication}
%% !!!
%% \end{dedication}
%%% Your abstract goes here
\begin{abstract}
!!!
\end{abstract}
%%% Fill in ACM and AMS classifications (numerical code only)
%%% http://www.acm.org/about/class/1998
%%% http://www.ams.org/msc/
%%% Some common ACM categories:
%%% 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)
%%% Some common 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)
%%%
%%% Example:
%%% \tocacm{F.2.2, F.1.3, G.1.6}
%%% \tocams{68Q17, 52C07, 11H06, 11H31, 05B40}
\tocacm{!!!}
\tocams{!!!}
%%% Include some keywords (comma separated, lower case).
%%% Please use as many of the ToC "categories" as you find relevant
%%% as keywords, in addition to inventing your own keywords. This
%%% will help readers to find your article through "Search by category,"
%%% an important feature of ToC. You can find the list of ToC categories at
%%%
%%% http://theoryofcomputing.org/categories/
%%%
%%% Please list your keywords from the more general (like
%%% "complexity theory" or "algorithms") to the more special
\tockeywords{!!!}
\iffalse % DON'T TOUCH THIS LINE
%%% 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}
%%% !!!
%%% Paper goes here...
\bibliographystyle{tocplain} %%% \bibliographystyle{plain}
%%% !!!
%%% Change this to match the name of your BIB file
\bibliography{template}
%%% !!!!
%%% Include a short description of each author 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}[russell]
Alexander Russell\\
associate professor\\
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT\\
acr\tocat{}cse\tocdot{}uconn\tocdot{}edu \\
\url{http://www.engr.uconn.edu/~acr}
\end{tocinfo}
\begin{tocinfo}[szolossy]
K\'alm\'an Sz\H{o}l\H{o}ssy\\
senior fictitious author\\
TOC Hungary Inc., Kecskem\'et, Hungary\\
kszolos\tocat{}ailab\tocdot{}toc\tocdot{}hu \\
\url{http://www.toc.hu/~kalman}
\end{tocinfo}
\end{tocauthors}
%%% !!!!
%%% Include a brief biographic text about each author, using the
%%% bio sections of previously published papers as models (these
%%% also appear in HTML, for example,
%%% http://www.theoryofcomputing.org/articles/v004a004/about.html ).
%%% Include basic info on 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]). Do also include some
%%% personal info (family, hobby, where you grew up, etc), sprinkle it
%%% with humor. Please include links in the bio (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:
%%% His advisor was \href{http://www.cs.huji.ac.il/~doria}{Dorit Aharonov}.
\begin{tocaboutauthors}
\begin{tocabout}[russell]
\textsc{Alex Russell} graduated from \href{http://www.mit.edu}{M.I.T.}
in 1996; his advisor was \href{http://www-math.mit.edu/~sipser/}{Mike
Sipser}.
His thesis focused on probabilistically checkable proofs, which
kindled his current interests in harmonic analysis and quantum
computing. He lives in rural Connecticut and likes to pretend that his
meager flock of chickens and two rows of tomatos constitute a farm.
He enjoys reading \href{http://theoryofcomputing.org}{\textsf{Theory of
Computing}}, struggling with the `cello, and studying his two
children, Geoffrey and Lydia.
\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 proper use of the
\verb`\tocpdfauthors` command.
\end{tocabout}
\end{tocaboutauthors}
\end{document}