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% 5th Latin American Conference on Statistical Computing
% LACSC 2020
% Mexico City, Mexico, June 9-11, 2020
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% This is a template to be used for abstracts
% submitted to the 5th Latin American Conference on Statistical Computing (LACSC), that will take place at the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de Mpexico, Ciudad de México, 9-1 June, 2020
% The deadline for submission of the generated PDF file
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{\Large\bf Sample abstract for LACSC 2020 }\\[4mm]
A.~B. Charleston$^a$, D.~E. Foxtrot$^b$ and G.~H. Ikariotikos$^c$\\
{\small \em $^a$Alpha Institute, $^b$University of Beta, $^c$Gamma
Company}\\[3mm]
The title should be at most 15 words.
The abstract should fit into one page of size A4, without page number.
Do not make the abstract too short in order to give readers the chance to get deeper
insight into your topic.
The manuscript should be submitted in the
form of simple Latex syntax (you can use, e.g. $\hat{x}_i$, $\beta$, etc). You can also
include a few optional references, such as \cite{journal01}, \cite{book98} or \cite{procc11}. Plain text should be used, without any accents. This LaTex source file .tex can be used as a
template.\\
Please, submit your abstract as a pdf file. By submitting an abstract, the authors agree to its publication at
the conference program.\\
\textbf{Keywords:} Artificial intelligence, Robust, LACSC. (Use at most 3 keywords)
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\bibitem{journal01} H. Lopuha\"a, and P. Rousseeuw (1991). Breakdown points of affine equivariant estimators of multivariate location and covariance matrices. \emph{Annals of Statistics}, \textbf{19}, 229--248.
\bibitem{book98}
L.~R. Ojapali, P.~Q. Rock, and S.~T. Upa (1998). \emph{Concrete Data}. Editor-Name, City.
\bibitem{procc11} V. Waltz (2011). Two notes on Best Hypothesis. In \emph{ICORS-LACSC 2019}, Guayaquil, 403--422.
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