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%% sample root file for a single SMSTC unit. See pjdtwo.tex
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%% Note that it uses the REPORT class
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\documentclass{report}
%% load the REQUIRED package smstc
\usepackage{smstc} % SMSTC style file
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%% it loads and uses the (standard implementation) packages
%% amsmath, amssymb, cite, fancybox, graphicx, ifthen, minitoc, url,
%% xspace
%% load any optional packages here. E.g.
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%\usepackage{color}
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% \usepackage{hyperref} % creates hypertext links in PDf file
%% WARNING! you should delete the .aux and .toc files before loading
%% the hyperref package (not doing so can cause some weird errors)
%% NOTE ALSO that the hyperref package is known to mess up the page
%% layout by increasing the top margin. If this happens, then redefine
%% it to make the margin smaller than the settings given in smstc.sty -
%% e.g. to make the top margin 2cm less than that in smstc.sty use
% \topmargin = -3.47cm
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% \usepackage{placeins} % OR \usepackage[section]{placeins}
%% Helps to position floats: insert "\FloatBarrier" in the text at
%% places that floats should not move past.
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% \usepackage{float} % a different way to (try to) get floats to go
%% where you want them
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%% Essential inputs: ALL THESE MUST BE THE SAME WITHIN A STREAM
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\Streamname{Your stream name} %% e.g. Algebra
\Unitname{Lecture} %% Name given to contribution unit
\Thisyear{2007/08} %% academic year
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%% ESSENTIAL INPUTS: author information for first unit
%% Must be defined before the first \begin{unit} command
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%% Separate multiple entries with \et
%% Syntax is:
%% \Author{author1, instution1}
%% \Author{author1, instution1\et author2, institution2}
%% \Author{auth1, uni1\et auth2, uni2\et auth3, uni3}
%% etc. See below for concrete examples
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%% Example 1: single author
% \Author{Joe Bloggs, University of Scotland}
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%% Example 2: multiple authors
%%\Author{Jo Aardvark, University of Highland Scotland\et Joe Bloggs, University of Lowland Scotland}
%% Alternatively, to list an email address for each author (as a footnote)
%% use the \AuthorFt command INSTEAD of the \Author command. It uses the
%% same syntax, but don't put a space before \et with \AuthorFt
%% Use one \Email command for each email address
%% (listed in the correct order). See example below.
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\AuthorFt{Jo Aardvark, University of Highland Scotland\et Joe
Bloggs, University of Lowland Scotland}
\Email{j.aardvark@hs.ac.uk}
\Email{j.bloggs@ls.ac.uk}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% My macros %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
%% Put any of your macros here. To aid compilation of the separate
%% contributions from your stream into one document, do not use obvious
%% names that may conflict with someone else's macros, or definitions
%% in smstc.sty.
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%% For example:
%% \newcommand{\pjdU}{UUU} is safer than
%% \newcommand{\U}{UUU}
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\begin{document}
\initdoc %% REQUIRED immediately after \begin{document}
%% Text here will be printed at the start of the main document, below
%% the full table of contents. It would be sensible to discard this
%% first page if your contribution is just one unit. So don't write
%% anything here unless you want to keep the front page with the full
%% index.
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Test text for page (i).
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%% New unit - start "unit" environment
%% it starts with a heading and an individual table of contents (toc)
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%% There are 2 compulsory arguments.
%% - first argument: unit number (used as a counter)
%% - second argument: unit title
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\begin{unit}{5}{Continuum Mechanics I}
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%%Your text comes here. Separate text sections with
\section{ Section heading}
\label{PJDsec:intro} % Give it a unique label
% and use \ref{PJDsec:intro} and \cite{PJDjournal1}
\subsection{Subsection Heading}
\label{PJDsec:subintro}
\subsubsection{Subsubsection Heading}
\section{ New section}
%% For built-in environments use
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\begin{theorem}
Theorem text comes here.
\end{theorem}
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\begin{theorem}
Theorem text comes here.
\end{theorem}
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\begin{lemma}
Lemma text comes here.
\end{lemma}
%% Other predefined numbered environments are proposition and corollary:
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%%\begin{corollary}
%%\end{corollary}
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%%\begin{proposition}
%%\end{proposition}
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%% Follow these definitions (in smstc.sty) to define others.
%% The proof environment isn't numbered:
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\begin{proof}
%% Write the text of your proof here -- ends with \end{proof}
Because $\R \ne \C$ \dots
\dots which completes the proof.
\end{proof}
%%Figures
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\begin{figure}[ht]
\centerline{\includegraphics[width=8cm]{figure.eps}}
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\caption{Please write your figure caption here}
\label{PJDfig:1} %% Give it a unique label
\end{figure}
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%% labelling and referring to them
\newcommand{\be}{\begin{equation}}
\newcommand{\ee}{\end{equation}}
\subsubsection{Equations}
Points on the circle satisfy
\begin{equation} %% (or define abbreviation \be )
x^2 + y^2 = 4\,,
\label{eq:circle} %% start label with eq:
\end{equation} %% (or define abbreviation \ee )
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and the line is
\be %% abbreviation for \begin{equation}
y = m\, x + c\,.
\label{eq:line} %% start label with eq:
\ee %% abbreviation for \end{equation}
Substituting for $y$ from \deq{line} into \deq{circle} gives \dots
\subsubsection{Macros}
Macros in \texttt{smstc.sty} include \verb+\aside+ and \verb+\cut+:
\verb+\aside{text}+ gives \aside{text}
\verb+\cut{text}+ gives \cut{text}
as well as the ``logo'' command \verb+\smstc+ which gives \smstc
(with no extra space needed).
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\subsubsection{Citations} %% Done in the usual way:
As shown by \cite[Theorem 5.1]{lubich} \dots
We also refer to \cite{jones.th,Pujols}\dots
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\section*{Exercises} %%or \section{Exercises} to number it and add to toc
%% If your unit contains exercises, then put them here. The exercise
%% environment can be used for this (but note that it doesn't display
%% the word "Exercises")
\begin{exercise}
\item For each \dots
\item If $f: \R^2 \rightarrow \C$ is defined by \dots
\end{exercise}
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%% Instructions for BibTeX users (for a single unit document)
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%% BibTeX users - please use
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%\bibliographystyle{siam} %% Required
%\bibliography{pjdbib} %% Input your own .bib file names
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%% and comment out all the bibliography stuff below
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%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Bibliography %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
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%% Instructions for non-BibTeX users (for a single unit document)
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%% Please use the following syntax to create the bibliography
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%% BibTeX users: [-- comment out the following
\begin{thebibliography}{9}
%% or \begin{thebibliography}{99} if there are >9 of them
%% Book
\bibitem{jones.th}
{\sc D.~S. Jones}, {\em Theory of Electromagnetism}, O. U. P., 1964.
%% Journal
\bibitem{lubich}
{\sc C.~Lubich}, {\em On the multistep time discretization of linear
initial--boundary value problems and their boundary integral
equations}, Numerische Mathematik, 67 (1994), pp.~365--389.
%% Proceedings article
\bibitem{Pujols}
{\sc A.~Pujols}, {\em Time--dependent integral method for {M}axwell
equations}, in Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave
Propagation Phenomena, G.~Cohen, L.~Halpern, and P.~Joly, eds.,
SIAM, 1991, pp.~118--126.
\end{thebibliography}
%% BibTeX users: endcomment --]
\end{unit}
\end{document}