International Press journal GIC author support

TeX related material for the manuscript preparation for the International Press journal Geometry, Imaging and Computing (GIC)

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International Press journal GIC author support

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About

Author support service provides LaTeX style files and *.tex file templates designed for International Press journal Geometry, Imaging and Computing (GIC) articles.

Package content

The following files are given in the repository (or directly in *.zip archive):

  • ipart.cls, imsart.sty - LaTeX style files designed for International Press journal articles. Please do not change them. These files are already loaded in the respective template files;
  • imsart-number.bst, imsart-nameyear.bst - suggested BibTeX1 related bibliography styles. If your bibliography is structured in BibTeX format, loading your *.bib file and one of provided BibTeX styles allows you to get the final format of the bibliography.
  • gic-template.tex - topmatter template (should be used for article preparation);
  • gic-sample.tex - journal sample article;
  • gic-sample.pdf - journal sample article (PDF file);

Setup

  • Clone the repository or download the *.zip archive. Rename the package to <your-project-name>.
  • Install ipart.cls, imsart.sty, imsart-number.bst, imsart-nameyear.bst in your TeX system (suggested directory: ipart).
  • Use the file gic-template.tex to start your article as a template.
  • Use the file gic-sample.tex as a reference for how to prepare a topmatter of your article.

Use gic-template.tex as a template.

Document class options

For the GIC journal gic option must be set in a \documentclass[]{ipart}:

\documentclass[gic]{ipart}

For bibliography references output and citations a natbib package is loaded by default with the following options:

\usepackage[numbers,square]{natbib}

It provides numbered citations.

In case author-year citation is required, provide the authoryear option:

\documentclass[gic,authoryear]{ipart}

All natbib package options can be provided in this way.

In case some other bibliography package is used which is not compatible with natbib package, one can disable the latter with the option nonatbib:

\documentclass[gic,nonatbib]{ipart}

LaTeX document preamble content

The preamble of your LaTeX document should look like this:

\documentclass[gic]{ipart}

\arxiv{math.PR/0000000}

\begin{document}

\begin{frontmatter}

\title{Title\protect\thanksref{T1}}
\thankstext{T1}{Footnote to the title with the `thankstext' command.}

\begin{aug}
\author{\fnms{First} \snm{Author}\thanksref{t2}\ead[label=e1]{first@somewhere.com}},
\address{Address of the First Author\\
         Country\\
         \printead{e1}}
\author{\fnms{Second} \snm{Author}\ead[label=e2]{second@somewhere.com}},
\address{Address of the Second Author\\
         Country\\
         \printead{e2}}
\and
\author{\fnms{Third} \snm{Author}
        \ead[label=e3]{third@somewhere.com}%
        \ead[label=u1,url]{http://www.foo.com}}
\address{Address of the Third Author\\
         Country\\
         \printead{e3}\\
         \printead{u1}}
\thankstext{t2}{Footnote to the first author with the `thankstext' command.}
\end{aug}

\begin{abstract}
...
\end{abstract}

\begin{keyword}[class=AMS]  % please indicate appropriate AMS codes
\kwd[Primary ]{00K00}
\kwd{00K01}
\kwd[; secondary ]{00K02}
\end{keyword}

\begin{keyword}
\kwd{Sample}
\kwd{\LaTeX}
\end{keyword}

\tableofcontents

\end{frontmatter}

Your publication content

\end{document}

Comments

  • Labels T1, t2 are used for thanks;
  • Labels e1, e2, e3, u1 are used to print electronic addresses. If hyperref package is used, they will be made into hyperlinks;

Submission

Submit one single file as a ZIP archive. Pack your root folder <your-project-name> with files and subfolders.

Bug reports

Please submit bug report or feature requests at github page.

  1. The following link provides information about BibTeX usage: http://www.bibtex.org/Using/