This is a template for Tenth Russian Conference on Solid Mechanics paper. It has been modified to simplify the structure of the paper.
The various components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] are already defined on the style sheet, as illustrated by the portions given in this document.
This is a detailed template for paper submissions to CRoNe, Congress on Robotics and Neuroscience.
CRoNe2018 is a focused, multidisciplinary event organized by the Innovation and Robotics Students group, being a meeting point for people from engineering, human and biological sciences for developing and understanding complex intelligent systems.
The files contained here are based on the eLife template for journal submissions authored by Overleaf and eLife.
Submitted full papers are to be supposed to be of at
least 4 pages length. The authors should submit their
papers electronically, written in English, due to the
given deadline, through a web upload procedure available, see www.eusflat2019.cz).
Esta plantilla constituye una guia para la preparación de artículos para las Jornadas Nacionales de Robótica 2018. Utilice este documento como un conjunto de instrucciones. Por favor, utilice este documento como una "plantilla" para preparar su manuscrito. Para las directrices de envío, siga las instrucciones del sistema de envío de artículos de la página web del congreso (http://jnr2018.eii.uva.es).
This example file was adapted from Bettina Speckmann's example file for EuroCG 2005. It uses the style-file eurocg18.cls for EuroCG 2018, which was adapted from the LIPIcs-style, with kind permission from Dagstuhl publishing. Here you should write a concise, informative, and exciting abstract for your paper.
Taken from https://conference.imp.fu-berlin.de/eurocg18/submission
This paper presents a new entropy minimization criterion and corresponding algorithms that are used for both symbol timing and carrier frequency recovery for underwater acoustic receivers. It relies on the entropy estimation of the eye diagram and the constellation diagram of the received signal. During the parameter search, when perfect synchronization is achieved, the entropy will reach a global minimum, indicating the least intersymbol interference or a restored constellation diagram. Unlike other synchronization methods, this unified criterion can be used to build an all-in-one synchronizer with high accuracy. The feasibility of this method is proven using a theoretical analysis and supported by sea trial measurement data.