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This style seems to use author names and years in the reference abbreviations, i.e., something like [Smith94] instead of [1]. If that was the case, the weirdness would result because you do not supply authors (author = {...}) in your BibTeX entries. On their website, it says: The in-text citation style is as follows: For parenthetical citations we ...

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You'll need to redefine some internal commands (\@begintheorem and \@opargbegintheorem): \documentclass{sig-alternate} \makeatletter \def\@begintheorem#1#2{% \parskip 0pt % GM July 2000 (for tighter spacing) \trivlist \item[% \hskip 10\p@ \hskip \labelsep {{\bfseries #1\hskip 5\p@\relax#2.}}% ] \it } ...

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It so turns out that including hyperref has one more effect: I can use \begin{minipage} ... \subcaption{...} ... \end{minipage} Without having to use the subfigure environment anywhere, explicitly.

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\documentclass{acm_proc_article-sp} \usepackage{caption} \usepackage[labelformat=simple,labelsep=colon]{subcaption} \newcommand{\tabc}{\stepcounter{table}} % \tabc command will be used to increment counter % in subtable. % add this command in the end of caption of a % subtable but leaving the subcaption of the first subtable. ...

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To typeset the title, the class acm_proc_article-sp uses \ttlfnt which is defined using the problematic old \newfont (in fact, it uses this old command for other elements too!): \newfont{\ttlfnt}{phvb8t at 18pt} Give a sensible replacement definition such as \renewcommand\ttlfnt{\fontfamily{phv}\fontseries{b}\fontsize{18}{22}\selectfont} A complete ...

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