Latex template for formatting paper submissions to the Conference on Truth and Trust Online 2019 (4-5 October, London).
Note from Overleaf: SyncTeX will not work correctly with this template (as well as templates which it is based on, eg CVPR, ACL, etc) when the line numbers are active. To make SyncTeX function while authoring your manuscript, either on Overleaf or in your own LaTeX installation, the line numbers have to be turned off by uncommenting \aclfinalcopy.
This electronic document is a “live” template and already defines the components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] in its style sheet. CRITICAL: Do Not Use Symbols, Special Characters, or Math in Paper Title or Abstract.
A template that is similar to the HAISA conference style v2018
HAISE recommends using the Microsoft Word (doc) template though. The page limit is 10, including references. I am really thankful Peter Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the harvard bibliography style Version 2.0.5. I have used his jasa_harvard.sty file.
This document is a combination of the SC18 IEEE proceedings format and a modified SC18 artifact descriptor to be used for the HPCSYSPROS18 CFP. More information here: https://github.com/HPCSYSPROS/CFP18
The article template for NLA'2018 conference. It is based on the standard llncs class (Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences) and adjusted with a style file of the conference. This Overleaf template contains two main files. One is for English papers and another for Russian ones. Switch templates via Overleaf Project menu. Conference site: http://nla.icc.ru/