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\title{Guidelines for abstracts of the MatTriad'2011}
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\authors{Francisco Carvalho\inst{1} and \underline{Katarzyna Filipiak}\inst{2}
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\university{\inst{1}Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, Portugal \\
\inst{2}Pozna\'n University of Life Sciences, Poland }
\begin{abstract}
The program of the Conference will be of interest to anyone concerned
with matrix analysis and its applications.
The abstract should be written using the {\sc MatTriad 2011} style file in
LaTeX. Authors using different text editors, please send your abstract either
as an MS-Word or plain ASCII file providing the same information as in this sample file.
For references, use the style of the examples below. The references
should be in alphabetical order. To quote a reference in the text please,
use e.g. \cite{CDC98}.
\end{abstract}
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\noindent {\large\bf Keywords}
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\noindent Submission of abstract, Reference style, Submission date, How to submit.
\begin{thebibliography}{1}
\bibitem{CDC98}
Chouakria, A., E. Diday, and P. Cazes (1998). Vertices principal
components with an improved factorial representation. In: A. Rizzi, M.
Vichi, and H.-H. Bock (Eds.), \textit{Advances in Data Science and
Classification} (pp. 397--402). Heidelberg: Springer.
\bibitem{JLL96}
Johnson, C., T.J. Laffey, and R. Loewy (1996).
The real and the symmetric nonnegative inverse eigenvalue
problems are different. \textit{Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 124}, 3647--3651.
\bibitem{MO79}
Marshall, A.W. and I. Olkin (1979). \textit{Inequalities: Theory of Majorization and its Applications}. New York:
Academic Press.
\bibitem{O97}
Olkin, I. (1997). A determinantal proof of the Craig-Sakamoto theorem.
\textit{Linear Algebra Appl. 264}, 217--223.
\end{thebibliography}
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