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{\Large\textbf {TITLE OF THE ABSTRACT}\\[1.25\baselineskip]}
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\textbf{A. Author$^1$ and B. Author$^2$}\\}
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{\footnotesize
$^1$ University, Country\\
e-mail: \underline{a.author@university.xx}\par\medskip
$^2$ Statistical Office, Country\\
e-mail: \underline{b.author@office.yy} }\\
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{\large \textbf{Abstract}}
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The abstract does not need to have sections. The tables (if they are) should have titles. The equation numbers should be given at the right-hand side, if referred:
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Y=x^2.
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The references in the text should be given according to the style: We consider the well-known relationship (Author 1995, p. 2) between variables. The equation (\ref{Equat:sample}) has also been discussed by Anotherauthor (1986). References at the end of the paper should be listed in alphabetical order of surnames.
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\textbf{Keywords:} a few keywords (2-5) essential to the content
of the lecture.
\subsection*{References}
{\small
Anotherauthor, A. (1986) An important article. \emph{A
Journal of Statistics and Probability}, \textbf{10},
945-970.\par\medskip
\noindent Bookwriter, A. B. (1980) \emph{Title of the Book}.
Publisher, City.
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\noindent Bookwriter A. B., Author, A. (1999) Another important
paper. In: \emph{Proceedings of the 4th Conference in Statistical
Sciences}, (ed. E. Theeditor), Publisher, City, 159--167. }
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