To obtain a uniform typesetting style, contributing authors are required to follow closely the instructions given here. To avoid replications in formatting, you must use the style file wae.sty, which contains adaptations of the standard LaTeX article.sty file. There is also a sample file sample-wae.tex that shows how to use the wae.sty style file. The sample file includes a postscript file ghost-perim.eps as a figure. You should prepare your manuscript following the sample-wae.tex file. In particular, text size, letter size, margins, line spacing are to be kept as in the sample file and your manuscript must not exceed ten pages. You can download all the files needed to prepare the final manuscript by simply downloading a single gzipped file.
Final versions (LaTeX and postscript files for the figures) must be sent via electronic mail to email@example.com by August 15, 1997. To send via e-mail the final version of the paper, you are kindly requested to follow the enclosed instructions.
$ tar cvf smith_john.tar ./smith_john
$ compress smith_john.tar
$ uuencode smith_john.tar.Z smith_john.tar.Z > email_paper
$ elm -s 'John Smith paper for WAE97' firstname.lastname@example.org < email_paper
You can download the tar gzipped file wae-instructions.tar.gz containing the files wae.sty, sample-wae.tex, ghost-perim.eps and this file (index.html).
Once you download the file wae-instructions.tar.gz, to
retrieve these files you must issue the following sequence of Unix
commands (where $ is your prompt):
$ gunzip wae-instructions.tar.gz
$ tar xvf wae-instructions.tar