Unfortunately, we are not in a position to provide a link to LaTeX file of the template for abstract submission. Therefore, we kindly ask you to generate your abstract using the LaTeX code given below (PDF version of the sample abstract can be downloaded **here …**).

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\documentclass[leqno,twoside]{article}

\headsep 0.5cm

\usepackage{amssymb,amsmath,latexsym, theorem}

\usepackage[dvipdfm, pdfstartview=FitH]{hyperref}

\begin{document}

\thispagestyle{empty} \vspace{0.8cm}

\begin{center}

{\large \bf Contribution title}

\vspace*{3mm}

{\bf Speaker’s name}

\vspace*{3mm}

{Speaker’s address + e-mail}

\vspace*{3mm}

{Joint work with … (not necessary)}

\vspace*{3mm}

{This talk is partially supported by… (not necessary)}

\end{center}

\begin{abstract}

Below the title of the talk, the name(s) and full postal address(es)

of author(s) should be given, followed by a short selfcontained

abstract (max 2000 characters), a list of the main references (max

5, examples are given below), AMS Mathematics Subject Classification

(2000) and key words and phrases.

\\[2mm] {\it AMS Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)}:

\\[1mm] {\it Key words and phrases}:

\end{abstract}

{\small

\begin{thebibliography}{9}

\bibitem{1} Bohl, E., Discrete versus continuous models for dissipative

systems, In: Numerical models for bifurcation problems. (T.

Kr\”{u}pper, H.D. Mittelmann, H. Weber, eds.), pp. 68-78. Basel,

Boston, Stuttgart: Birkh\”{a}user Verlag 1984.

\bibitem{2} O Reilly, M.J., A uniform scheme for the singularly perturbed

Riccati equation, Numer. Math. 50 (1987), 483-501.

\bibitem{3} Ortega, J.M., Rheinboldt, W.C., Iterative solution of nonlinear

equations in several variables, New York and London: Academic Press

1970.

\end{thebibliography}

}

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