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I wrote to the author (Scott Pakin), and he gave me a very important workaround to build the document (partially). Here I list the workaround and some tips help me when building. The package uni.sty needs a fix (thanks to Scott Pakin): % change \else\noexpand\UniError{#1}\noexpand\fi}}}{% % to \else\noexpand\UniError{\noexpand#1}\noexpand\fi}}}{% If ...


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The warning about entry type is telling you of a typo @techrepor is missing a t The first error is a missing comma after institution = {Center for Reliable and High-Performance Computing, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign} The repeated entry error is because you have two entries with the same key @inproceedings{Shi16, lines 315 and 257 And ...


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IMHO GeoCobra is a tool that is not to be used to draw graphs. If you want to plot a function, pgfplots, which you load, is appropriate, but not all the output from some black box that you do not understand, and which produces these errors. Rather, you can just plot the function, let TikZ find the intersections and so on. \documentclass{standalone} \...


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Please try with: \usepackage{dsfont} \mathds{1}


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My suggestion is to abandon the old pdflatex Hebrew toolchain. It's just not worth the hassle. Now lualatex and babel provide excellent support for Hebrew. The only slight difficulty is that LyX does not support setting this up through it's user interface. You have to add things directly to the LaTeX preamble. Here's a sample LyX file (Update to support ...


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