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Submitted exclusively to the London Mathematical Society doi:10.1112/0000/000000 Using the LMS class file

By F. Irst and T. Hird

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A dedication can be included here This is a combined guide and sample.tex file for authors choosing to prepare their papers for the journals of the London Mathematical Society with the LMS L ATEX 2ε class file. Papers written in article.cls or amsart.cls are easily converted to lms.cls, and this can reduce the time to publication. The LMS class is compatible with commonly used mathematical packages such as amsmath. An abstract written in English is required and should preferably have fewer than 200 words. Please do not include citations, footnotes or references to numbered equations, figures, tables or theorems in your abstract. Avoid complicated formulae or displayed equations, if possible. Part I. Use this type of header for very long papers only 1. Preparation and submission The LMS class file lms.cls is distributed with the following files: (1) readme-lms.txt, notes for unpacking and installation; (2) lms2eau.tex, a sample file for preparing your manuscript; (3) lms2eau1.ps, lms2eau1.pdf, the guide ‘Using the LMS class file’. This guide is the printable.ps or.pdf output produced from the sample file by the LaTeX or PDFLaTeX compiler, respectively. The guide displays a number of useful examples but is by necessity brief. If you cannot find the answer to your query here, please look in the accompanying file lms2eau.tex for the corresponding L ATEX source code and for further clues, which are supplied as comment lines beginning with percent signs. It is convenient to use the sample file as a template from which you can build your article. Please remember, however, to keep a copy of the original file lms2eau.tex for your reference. General instructions for the preparation of manuscripts and submission are available on the web a

Year: 2010
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