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{ } \> {\footnotesize\tt AMMCS-2011, Laurier Centennial:} \\[-5pt]
{} \> {\footnotesize\tt International Conference on } \\[-5pt]
{} \> {\footnotesize\tt Applied Mathematics, Modeling \&} \\[-5pt]
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{} \> {\footnotesize\tt Waterloo, Canada, July 25-29} \\[-5pt]
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International Conference on Applied Mathematics, Modeling \& Computational Science: AMMCS-2011
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A. Maths$^1$, B. Natural-Sciences$^2$, \underline{C. Lemma}$^3$, D. Technology$^4$, \\ E. Theorem$^5$, F. Social-Sciences$^1$, G. Education$^5$
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$^1$ University of Copenhagen, Denmark,
\{maths,social-sciences\}@ku.dk\\
$^2$ Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada,
natural-sciences@wlu.ca\\
$^3$ CSIRO, Canberra, Australia,
lemma@csiro.au\\
$^4$ Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA,
technology@mit.edu\\
$^5$ University of Florence, Italy,
\{theorem,education\}@unifi.it\\
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Use this format (without changing the settings) to prepare your one-page abstract. The abstracts are used for evaluation purposes. Therefore, it is important that you describe your intended presentation concisely and clearly, including the objectives, status, methodology, results, and significance of your study.
Abstracts may contain equations, figures, and references (see Fig. \ref{fig1} and Ref. \cite{am,bm}). {\bf The abstract length is limited to 1 page}.
If during the submission process, you choose the "Abstract Only" option and complete the online abstract submission form without attachments, we will evaluate your abstract and communicate you the result. However, in order to be included in the book of abstracts of the AMMCS-2011 Conference, your abstract should be prepared in Latex, according to this document. The original Latex document should be submitted along with the pdf file of your abstract (this is done in the "Upload Paper" area during your submission process at \url{http://www.ammcs2011.wlu.ca/submit-abstract.html}). The book of abstracts will be available to the participants prior to the conference and will provide the audience with more information
about the papers being presented at AMMCS-2011.
If your abstract is accepted, you will be invited to present your talk (either orally or as a poster). Only registered participants who presented their talks will be eligible to submit their papers for the AMMCS-2011 Proceedings publishable by a key international publisher. All proceedings papers will be refereed. The details will be announced at the website of the conference \url{http://www.ammcs2011.wlu.ca}
Your abstract (as a pdf file and its Latex original) must be uploaded on the conference management
system as soon as possible, but not later than than March 15, 2011. At least one author should be registered for your talk to be included in the program of the conference.
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\centerline{\framebox[15cm]{\rule{0cm}{0.5cm} We look forward to welcoming you in Waterloo, Canada at the ACCMCS-2011 Conference!}}
\caption{This is an ICIAM satellite meeting, organized in cooperation with SIAM and AIMS.}
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\bibitem{am} Maxwell, J.C., On the general laws of optical instruments, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, 2, pp. 232-246, 1858.
\bibitem{bm} Remes, E., Sur la calcul effectif des polynomes d'approximation de Tchebychef, Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci., 199, pp. 337-340, 1934.
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