Welcome to Joyner Document Format (JDF) v2.2! JDFis primarily intended to standardize page lengths while ensuring readability. Note that you are required to use JDF for all written assignments, but we will not perform explicit formatting checks.So, while improper formatting may be subject to penalties, you should not worry too much about whether your submission con-forms to every minute detail; the most important elements are margins, font, font sizes, and line spacing. Just make a copy of one of the provided templates and replace its contents with your own, using the built-in paragraph styles. If you do so, you do not need to verify that the style was followed
In this work we apply machine learning as a conducive method towards
identifying previously unstudied patterns in chromosome interaction data sets. We rst use
supervised learning to show that patterns identi ed by a user can be learned by tensor ow
models, and then transition into unsupervised methods to delve even more deeply into the
possibilities of discovery without human intervention.
Copyright (C) 2009 by Tobias Elze
Journal of Vision LaTeX template version 1.0.
This document may be used freely for your own submissions. This template was downloaded from http://www.tobias-elze.de/latex/ on 19 November, 2015.
The template makes your LaTeX manuscript look similar to Journal of Vision articles. However, in contrast to the two-column JOV articles, manuscripts are in single colum mode. This version of the template considers the changed layout requirements as of 2010.
Journal template for Medical Physics based on RevTeX. A few non-obvious settings had to be done in the manuscript file. This template was generated from the manuscript file (Elze and Tanner, 2009)
This template was downloaded from http://www.tobias-elze.de/latex/ on 19 November 2015.
Non-official Yonsei Thesis/Dissertation Template
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Use XeLaTeX instead of pdfLaTex or LuaLaTeX!
This is a beamer presentation template for Leipzig University. This project is a personal initiative, under open-source code. There is no connection with the University officials yet. For any comments and suggestions please contact to firstname.lastname@example.org . The project is also available in my GitHub (https://github.com/bmondal94/Leipzig-Beamer-Template). The author would like to thank Victor Jüttner from Leipzig University for sharing his contribution to the project.