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Doctoral student in mathematics at Shinshu University


Nov
29
accepted How to use the algorithm2e package with IEEEtran class?
Nov
29
asked How to use the algorithm2e package with IEEEtran class?
Nov
27
awarded  Good Question
Nov
25
accepted How to format mathematical and programming variables in text?
Nov
25
asked How to format mathematical and programming variables in text?
Nov
22
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
22
comment How to make an equation more compact?
Thank you! This looks even better
Nov
22
comment How to make an equation more compact?
Wow! Thank you! This is so beautiful.
Nov
22
accepted How to make an equation more compact?
Nov
22
comment How to make an equation more compact?
@Olivier I am also trying to find out. This seems to be a good resource tex.stackexchange.com/questions/12773/or-left-parentheses
Nov
22
asked How to make an equation more compact?
Nov
22
awarded  Yearling
Nov
22
asked How to insert a space after a substitution of a variable or a command?
Nov
21
revised How to avoid overflow using \IEEEpubid on the first column?
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Nov
21
comment How to avoid overflow using \IEEEpubid on the first column?
Also thank you for teaching me about the \lipsum!
Nov
21
accepted How to avoid overflow using \IEEEpubid on the first column?
Nov
21
comment How to avoid overflow using \IEEEpubid on the first column?
Thank you! Unfortunately if I try this I get an Infinite glue shrinkage found in box being split error message. But I think this is a separate issue that I need to figure out.
Nov
21
comment How to avoid overflow using \IEEEpubid on the first column?
@egreg There is a lot of text needed, so I used pastebin.pastebin.com/d4Xyu3d6
Nov
21
asked How to avoid overflow using \IEEEpubid on the first column?
Nov
20
comment How to include EPS figures using pdfLaTeX?
@Ant thank you! You were right. I just didn't have epstopdf installed on my computer. I had no idea it was a standalone program :)