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I've seen MANY papers created with LaTeX that have the following format:

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In particular, I like the font sizes and the way that section titles are centered and in all caps. Does anyone know if there is a document class for this look? I'm sure there is something for it since I've seen so many papers that look exactly like this... Thanks!

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Looks like amsart. –  lhf Jun 12 at 2:55
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You can download the paper source from the arXiv. In this case they use \documentclass[12pt, a4paper]{amsart} –  Lev Bishop Jun 12 at 2:57
    
What are the margins typically used on papers created using this class? Just the default ones or something special? I particularly like them on the second paper I posted. –  Jason Williams Jun 12 at 5:19
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the first example is almost certainly amsart, but the second one, if based on amsart, doesn't have the default dimensions or the default type style for the authors. amsart has a default 30pc width; the second example appears wider. (changing the width on amsart is not completely trivial.) –  barbara beeton Jun 12 at 13:04

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It's amsart, a standard document class from the American Mathematical Society used in its journals and widely elsewhere, e.g., in arXiv. It's part of AMS-LaTeX.

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AMS-LaTeX has been split in two on ctan and in tex live; the two parts are amscls (the classes and amsthm) and `amsmath'. –  barbara beeton Jun 12 at 12:54

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