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A LaTeX template for preparing documents for the Mathematical Modeling and Boundary Value Problems Conference.
This is a LaTeX template (version from 2019 Feb. 25) for preparing documents for All-Russian Scientific Conference of the Mathematical Modeling and Boundary Value Problems [Matem. Mod. Kraev. Zadachi, Samara, Russian Federation].
It was submitted by an author writing for the 11th All-Russian Scientific Conference with international participation (MMiKZ’19).
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.
Author: Mikhail N. Saushkin (email@example.com)
This example is a LuaTeX-based plain TeX project which implements a LuaTeX callback function to show the components of a typeset paragraph. It is designed to accompany a blog post and, for simplicity, it is not a full-blown “parser”—for example, it is not recursive and ignores a number of node types. However, it offers a useful starting point for anyone wishing to explore callbacks in more detail.