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ORP3 MEETING, GUIMARÃES. SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2007
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A. Subsection header
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II. FIGURES AND TABLES
An example of a floating figure is shown in Figure
1.
In Figure 2 we have an example of a double
column floating figure using two subfigures
(Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
Finally, wide single figures are also possible (See
Figure 3).
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Table I. Note that the caption should come
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(a) Subfigure caption 1
(b) Subfigure caption 2
Fig. 2 Two logos side by side
Fig. 3. Solution of a 2D Bin-Packing Problem
TABLE II
AN EXAMPLE OF A WIDE TABLE
1
Instance
n
m
Total different solutions (n!)
car7
car6
car8
car5
car1
car3
car2
car41
7
8
8
10
11
12
13
14
7
9
8
6
5
5
4
4
5,040
40,320
40,320
3,628,800
39,916,800
479,001,600
6,227,020,800
87,178,291,200
More than 15 days of CPU time were needed to solve this instance.
Total different
Cmax (TCmax)
1,693
2,873
1,996
4,119
4,150
4,667
4,562
5,030
Ratio
Round(n! / TCmax
3
14
20
881
9,619
102,636
1,364,976
17,331,668
# optimum
solutions
1
1
1
3
8,106
18
9,690
561,256
PAPER ID 0001
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TABLE I
A SIMPLE TABLE EXAMPLE
1
4
2
5
3
6
Wide tables can also be typed (see Table II for an
example).
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In-line equations are preferred whenever possible:
i, i = 3, …, n. For bigger expressions use a lined
equation (see equation (1)):
z
x   2i Q
(1)
i 0
IV. CONCLUSIONS
The conclusions go here.
APPENDIX
Appendix text goes here.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The authors would like to thank…
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