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\title{Advices on submitting article for KWMS International Conference}
% first author
\author{David Hilbert*} % Please place * if it is the speaker
\address[D. Hilbert]{Department of Mathematics, University of the First, Seoul, Republic of Korea}
\email{first@math.academy.ac.kr}
% second author
\author{Stephen G. Simpson}
\address[S. G. Simpson]{Department of Mathematics, University of the Second,
Los Angeles, USA} \email{second@math.laacademy.edu}
\maketitle
For the preparation of manuscripts, the following instructions
should be followed closely. Manuscripts that are submitted in
technically unsuitable form have to be returned for retyping or will
be canceled if the volume otherwise cannot be finished in time. The
references are mandatory and there ought to be more than (or equal
to) three and less than (or equal to) five references.
\begin{thebibliography}{99}
\bibitem{Xie} X. Xie and M. Mirmehdi,
{\it RAGS: Region-Aided Geometric Snake},
IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, {\bf 13} (2004), 640--652.
(Reference format for journal papers)
\bibitem{Gil} D. Gil and P. Radeva,
{\it Curvature vector flow to assure convergent
deformable models for shape modeling},
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Verlag,
Proceedings of EMMCVPR, Lisbon, Portugal 2003.
(Reference format for conference proceeding papers)
\bibitem{Aubert} G. Aubert and P. Kornprobst,
{\it Mathematical problems in image processing},
Applied mathematical sciences 147, Springer Verlag, New York, 2002.
(Reference format for books)
\end{thebibliography}
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