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\title{Instructions for authors}
\headtitle{Instructions for authors}
\headauthor{Linus Kramer and Sunil Remark}
\thanks{This work was partially not supported by the DFG}
\author{Linus Kramer}
\address{Linus Kramer\\
Westf\"alische Wilhelms-Universit\"at M\"unster,
Mathematisches Institut\\
Einsteinstr.~62, 48149 M\"unster, Germany}
\email{linus.kramer@uni-muenster.de}
\urladdr{http://www.math.uni-muenster.de/u/lkram\_01}
\author{Sunil Remark}
\address{Sunil Remark\\
Westf\"alische Wilhelms-Universit\"at M\"unster,
Mathematisches Institut\\
Einsteinstr.~62, 48149 M\"unster, Germany}
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\begin{abstract}
This is an example for the use of the style files of the
M\"unster Journal of Mathematics.
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\section{Instructions for authors}
Manuscripts may be submitted to any member of the Editorial Board, preferably
by e-mail as a PDF file.
The first page should contain the title of the paper, authors' names and addresses,
with e-mail addresses if possible, a title and a brief but informative abstract.
Please do not submit source files for manuscripts until requested to
do so. However, when papers are accepted, \LaTeX\ source files will be needed.
Please keep
formatting macros to a minimum, to make conversion of files more accurate. Do not
worry about chapter headings, running titles, bad page breaks, etc. and
{\em void adding
extra space and using glue to improve the appearance of the manuscript}.
Please ensure that the material has been carefully proof-read and that all input
and style files used are made available to the publishers.
\section{Preparing your file for publication}
Once your paper has been accepted for publication in the MJM, we ask
our authors to format it using our style files. For an ordinary
\LaTeX\ file, this should not be very difficult.
The style files for the M\"unster Journal of Mathematics are based on the
{\tt amsart} style file. They can be obtained from the MJM web page:
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\url{wwwmath.uni-muenster.de/mjm}
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\subsection{Figures and graphics.} Figures created via a graphics package should be saved in
\textbf{encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format}. A separate file for each graphic should be
submitted. In a \LaTeX\ document EPS files may be incorporated into the
\LaTeX\ file by using one of the standard macro packages.
\textbf{Please do not supply figures in pdf format.
Please do not use colors.}
\subsection{Tables.} Tables should be numbered and referred to by number in the text.
\subsection{Footnotes.} Footnotes should be kept to a minimum and be as brief as possible.
\subsection{References.} References should be collected at the end of the paper and numbered
in alphabetical order of the authors' names. Titles of journals should be abbreviated
as in Mathematical Reviews. The examples at the end of this file show the preferred
style for reference. The Mathematical Reviews provide a free web service at
\url{www.ams.org/mref} where references can be put into this standard format.
\section{Further examples for the use of our style files}
Here is a short sample of mathematical text.
\begin{lemma}
Let $f:M\to N$ be a smooth map between closed connected
$n$-manifolds
and let $p\in M$ be a point with $\{p\}=f^{-1}(f(p))$.
If the derivative
$f_*$ has rank $n$ at $p$, then $f$ is surjective.
\end{lemma}
\begin{proof}
The map $H_n(M,M-\{p\};\ZZ/2)\to H_n(N,N-\{f(p)\};\ZZ/2)$ is an isomorphism
(by excision). From the map between the corresponding long exact sequences
we see that the fundamental class of $M$ maps onto the fundamental class of~$N$.
\end{proof}
\subsection*{Acknowledgement}
We thank Opus and Bill the Cat.
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\bibitem{Milnor}
J. Milnor, Topological manifolds and smooth manifolds, in {\it Proc. Internat. Congr. Mathematicians (Stockholm, 1962)}, 132--138, Inst. Mittag-Leffler, Djursholm. MR0161345
\bibitem{Perelman}
G. Perelman, Ricci flow with surgery on three-manifolds,
arXiv:math/0303109v1 [math.DG] (2003).
\bibitem{Serre}
J.-P. Serre, Quelques calculs de groupes d'homotopie, C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris {\bf 236} (1953), 2475--2477. MR0055684
\bibitem{Spivak}
M. Spivak, {\it A comprehensive introduction to differential geometry. Vol. I}, second edition, Publish or Perish, Inc., Wilmington, DE, 1979. MR0532833
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