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entcsmacro.sty , a macro file containing the definitions of some of the theorem- like environments and a few other tidbits. The formatting these style files impose should not be altered – the reason for using them is to attain a uniform format for all papers in the Proceedings of which your paper is a part. Additional macro files can be added using \usepackage{...} . The file entcsmacro.sty must be included in the list, as is done at the start of the source file for this paper. The ENTCS package requires a relatively up-to-date L A TEX system in order to be successfully used. This is reflected in two other packages that are called by entcs.cls, which must be available on your machine. These are: • The hyperref package. This package allows the use of hyperlinks in files prepared using L A TEX2e, one of the main features of Adobe’s Acrobat c Reader software. Be sure that you have at least version 6.69d of this pack- age. • The ifpdf package. This is used by hyperref to differentiate between the use of pdfL A TEX and L A TEX2e, followed by dvips and then ps2pdf. The file instraut.dvi contains information about the use of L A TEXto pre- pare files for online publication by Elsevier. This file refers to the older version of L A TEX that is no longer suppported, and that is inadequate for preparing .pdf files for online publication. Reading this file should answer most of the basic questions about L A TEX that might arise. The biggest difference between a “usual” L A TEX style such as article.sty and the ENTCS package is that the ENTCS macro package requires the title, author’s name or names, abstract, keywords and “thanks” all to be included within the frontmatter environment. At the beginning of the source file for this paper, you’ll notice this. Also, you’ll notice that the usual \maketitle is absent; it no longer is needed. The ENTCS style package automatically generates the title, author’s name and address, and related material at the beginning of the paper. Note also that hyperref has been disabled in this part of the entcs.cls file, so references to footnotes aren’t linked to the appropriate footenotes or addresses. This is an old problem with L A TEX, involving the fact that the references within the frontmatter aren’t passed cleanly to the linking software. For those who have used the ENTCS package before, the one new thing to note is the inclusion of Keywords ; these are now required by Elsevier – they’re also required by ACM’s Computing Reviews which reviews ENTCS publications. The ENTCS macro package provides two alternatives to listing authors names and addresses. These are described in detail in the file instraut.dvi . 2 2 Frontmatter

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