This is an UPDATED template suitable for submissions to the 14th Conference on Spatial Information Theory, which will be hosted by the Chair for Information Science at the University of Regensburg, Germany. It is a provided as a means of making things easier for those who might not be too familiar with writing LaTeX. The project uses NOW THE 2019 VERSION of the LIPICs class file. Submissions to the conference must adhere to the official LIPICs guidelines for authors to be found at: http://drops.dagstuhl.de/styles/lipics-v2019/lipics-v2019-authors.zip.
The style files were downloaded from the journal's homepage.
Note that if your document contains other LaTeX errors, the tables will not be processed correctly. Therefore if you're getting an error message about Missing number and \statsocwidth@b etc, comment out your tables and correct other errors in your code first. Then uncomment your table code, and hit "recompile from scratch" at the bottom of the error/warning message window.
zbmath-review template is a template for zbMATH Open reviews. It shows how to use the ctan class zbMATH (https://ctan.org/pkg/zbmath-review-template). You use this template to test whether your code will compile on our system and how it will look like.
License: GNU General PublicLicense, Version 3
Template for authors contributing chapters to a "contributed volume", provided by Springer, to help structure the manuscript, e.g., define the heading hierarchy. Predefined style formats are available for all the necessary structures that are supposed to be part of the manuscript.Note: These templates are not intended for the preparation of the final page layout! The final layout will be created by Springer according to their layout specifications.