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\title{INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRODUCING A CAMERA-READY MANUSCRIPT}
\author{\underline{PRESENTING AUTHOR}$^1$,
AUTHOR TWO$^2$, AUTHOR THREE$^{1,3}$}
\address{$^1$Affiliation One}
\address{$^2$Affiliation Two}
\address{$^3$Affiliation Three}
\maketitle\abstracts{
This is where the abstract should be placed. It should consist of one paragraph
and give a concise summary of the material in the article below.
Replace the title, authors, and addresses within the curly brackets
with your own title, authors, and addresses; please use
capital letters for the title and the authors. You may have as many authors and
addresses as you wish. It's preferable not to use footnotes in the abstract
or the title; the
acknowledgments for funding bodies etc. are placed in a separate section at
the end of the text.}
\section{Guidelines}
The Moriond proceedings are printed from camera-ready manuscripts.
The following guidelines are intended to get a uniform rending of the
proceedings. Authors with no connection to Latex should use this
sample text as a guide for their presentation using their favorite
text editor (see section ~\ref{subsec:final})
\subsection{Producing the Hard Copy}\label{subsec:prod}
The hard copy may be printed using the procedure given below. You
should use two files: \footnote{You can get these files from our
WWW pages at {\sf http://www.lps.u-psud.fr/moriond01/}.}
\noindent {\em moriond.sty} --- the style file that provides the higher
level latex commands for the proceedings. Don't change these parameters.
\noindent {\em moriond.tex} --- the main text. You can delete our sample
text and replace it with your own contribution to the volume, however we
recommend keeping an initial version of the file for reference.
Strip off any mail headers and then latex the tex file.
The command for latexing is {\sf latex moriond}, do this twice to
sort out the cross-referencing.
These files will work with standard Latex 2.09 and Latex2e.
If there is an abbreviation
defined in the new definitions at the top of the file {\em moriond.tex} that
conflicts with one of your own macros, then
delete the appropriate command and revert to longhand. Failing that, please
consult your local texpert to check for other conflicting macros that may
be unique to your computer system.
{\bf Page numbers should not appear.}
\subsection{Headings and Text and Equations}
Please preserve the style of the
headings, text fonts and line spacing to provide a
uniform style for the proceedings volume.
Equations should be centered and numbered consecutively, as in
Eq.~\ref{eq:murnf}, and the {\em eqnarray} environment may be used to
split equations into several lines, for example in Eq.~\ref{eq:sp},
or to align several equations.
An alternative method is given in Eq.~\ref{eq:spa} for long sets of
equations where only one referencing equation number is wanted.
In latex, it is simplest to give the equation a label, as in
Eq.~\ref{eq:murnf}
where we have used {\em $\backslash$label\{eq:murnf\}} to identify the
equation. You can then use the reference {\em $\backslash$ref\{eq:murnf\}}
when citing the equation in the
text which will avoid the need to manually renumber equations due to
later changes. (Look at
the source file for some examples of this.)
The same method can be used for referring to sections and subsections.
\subsection{Figures}\label{subsec:fig}
If you wish to `embed' a postscript figure in the file, then remove the \% mark
from the declaration of the postscript figure within the figure description
and change the filename to an appropriate one.
Also remove the comment mark from the {\em input epsfig}
command at the top
of the file. You may need to play around with this as different computer
systems appear to use different commands.
Next adjust the
scaling of the figure until it's correctly positioned,
and remove the declarations of the
lines and any anomalous spacing.
If you prefer to use some other method then it's very important to
leave the correct amount of vertical space in the figure declaration
to accomodate your figure (remove the lines and change the vspace in the
example.) Send the hard copy figures on separate pages with clear
instructions to match them to the correct space in the final hard copy
text. Please ensure the final hard copy figure is correctly scaled to
fit the space available (this ensures the figure is legible.)
The caption heading for a figure should be placed below the figure.
\subsection{Limitations on the Placement of Tables,
Equations and Figures}\label{sec:plac}
Very large figures and tables should be placed on a page by themselves. One
can use the instruction {\em $\backslash$begin\{figure\}$[$p$]$} or
{\em $\backslash$begin\{table\}$[$p$]$}
to position these, and they will appear on a separate page devoted to
figures and tables. We would recommend making any necessary
adjustments to the layout of the figures and tables
only in the final draft. It is also simplest to sort out line and
page breaks in the last stages.
\subsection{Acknowledgments, Appendices, Footnotes and the Bibliography}
If you wish to have
acknowledgments to funding bodies etc., these may be placed in a separate
section at the end of the text, before the Appendices. This should not
be numbered so use {\em $\backslash$section$\ast$\{Acknowledgments\}}.
It's preferable to have no appendices in a brief article, but if more
than one is necessary then simply copy the
{\em $\backslash$section$\ast$\{Appendix\}}
heading and type in Appendix A, Appendix B etc. between the brackets.
Footnotes are denoted by a letter superscript
in the text,\footnote{Just like this one.} and references
are denoted by a number superscript.
We have used {\em $\backslash$bibitem} to produce the bibliography.
Citations in the text use the labels defined in the bibitem declaration,
for example, the first paper by Jarlskog~\cite{ja} is cited using the command
{\em $\backslash$cite\{ja\}}.
If you more commonly use the method of square brackets in the line of text
for citation than the superscript method,
please note that you need to adjust the punctuation
so that the citation command appears after the punctuation mark.
\subsection{Final Manuscript}\label{subsec:final}
{\bf The final hard copy that you send must be absolutely clean and
unfolded}. It will be printed directly without any further editing.
Use a printer that has a good resolution (300 dots per inch or
higher). There should not be any corrections made on the printed
pages, nor should adhesive tape cover any lettering. Photocopies
are not acceptable.
\medskip
A paper version should be sent by the {\bf May 1st, 2001} to:
\medskip
{\bf
Rencontres de Moriond\\Laboratoire de Physique des Solides\\Universit\'e Paris-Sud, 91405 - Orsay, FRANCE
}
\section{Sample Text }
The following may be (and has been) described as `dangerously irrelevant'
physics. The Lorentz-invariant phase space integral for
a general n-body decay from a particle with momentum $P$
and mass $M$ is given by:
\begin{equation}
I((P - k_i)^2, m^2_i, M) = \frac{1}{(2 \pi)^5}\!
\int\!\frac{d^3 k_i}{2 \omega_i} \! \delta^4(P - k_i).
\label{eq:murnf}
\end{equation}
The only experiment on $K^{\pm} \ra \pi^{\pm} \pi^0 \gamma$ since 1976
is that of Bolotov {\it et al}.~\cite{bu}
There are two
necessary conditions required for any acceptable
parametrization of the
quark mixing matrix. The first is that the matrix must be unitary, and the
second is that it should contain a CP violating phase $\delta$.
In Sec.~\ref{subsec:fig} the connection between invariants (of
form similar to J) and unitarity relations
will be examined further for the more general $ n \times n $ case.
The reason is that such a matrix is not a faithful representation of the group,
i.e. it does not cover all of the parameter space available.
\begin{equation}
\begin{array}{rcl}
\bf{K} & = & Im[V_{j, \alpha} {V_{j,\alpha + 1}}^*
{V_{j + 1,\alpha }}^* V_{j + 1, \alpha + 1} ] \\
& & + Im[V_{k, \alpha + 2} {V_{k,\alpha + 3}}^*
{V_{k + 1,\alpha + 2 }}^* V_{k + 1, \alpha + 3} ] \\
& & + Im[V_{j + 2, \beta} {V_{j + 2,\beta + 1}}^*
{V_{j + 3,\beta }}^* V_{j + 3, \beta + 1} ] \\
& & + Im[V_{k + 2, \beta + 2} {V_{k + 2,\beta + 3}}^*
{V_{k + 3,\beta + 2 }}^* V_{k + 3, \beta + 3}] \\
& & \\
\bf{M} & = & Im[{V_{j, \alpha}}^* V_{j,\alpha + 1}
V_{j + 1,\alpha } {V_{j + 1, \alpha + 1}}^* ] \\
& & + Im[V_{k, \alpha + 2} {V_{k,\alpha + 3}}^*
{V_{k + 1,\alpha + 2 }}^* V_{k + 1, \alpha + 3} ] \\
& & + Im[{V_{j + 2, \beta}}^* V_{j + 2,\beta + 1}
V_{j + 3,\beta } {V_{j + 3, \beta + 1}}^* ] \\
& & + Im[V_{k + 2, \beta + 2} {V_{k + 2,\beta + 3}}^*
{V_{k + 3,\beta + 2 }}^* V_{k + 3, \beta + 3}],
\\ & &
\end{array}\label{eq:spa}
\end{equation}
where $ k = j$ or $j+1$ and $\beta = \alpha$ or $\alpha+1$, but if
$k = j + 1$, then $\beta \neq \alpha + 1$ and similarly, if
$\beta = \alpha + 1$ then $ k \neq j + 1$.\footnote{An example of a
matrix which has elements
containing the phase variable $e^{i \delta}$ to second order, i.e.
elements with a
phase variable $e^{2i \delta}$ is given at the end of this section.}
There are only 162 quark mixing matrices using these parameters
which are
to first order in the phase variable $e^{i \delta}$ as is the case for
the Jarlskog parametrizations, and for which J is not identically
zero.
It should be noted that these are physically identical and
form just one true parametrization.
\bea
T & = & Im[V_{11} {V_{12}}^* {V_{21}}^* V_{22}] \nonumber \\
& & + Im[V_{12} {V_{13}}^* {V_{22}}^* V_{23}] \nonumber \\
& & - Im[V_{33} {V_{31}}^* {V_{13}}^* V_{11}].
\label{eq:sp}
\eea
\begin{figure}
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\end{figure}
\section*{Acknowledgments}
This is where one places acknowledgments for funding bodies etc.
Note that there are no section numbers for the Acknowledgments, Appendix
or References.
\section*{Appendix}
We can insert an appendix here and place equations so that they are
given numbers such as Eq.~\ref{eq:app}.
\be
x = y.
\label{eq:app}
\ee
\section*{References}
\begin{thebibliography}{99}
\bibitem{ja}C Jarlskog in {\em CP Violation}, ed. C Jarlskog
(World Scientific, Singapore, 1988).
\bibitem{ma}L. Maiani, \Journal{\PLB}{62}{183}{1976}.
\bibitem{bu}J.D. Bjorken and I. Dunietz, \Journal{\PRD}{36}{2109}{1987}.
\bibitem{bd}C.D. Buchanan {\it et al}, \Journal{\PRD}{45}{4088}{1992}.
\end{thebibliography}
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