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It seems that you want a book, were as usual, the main matter pages have arabic numbers while front pages have roman numbers, except the page title, that obviously do not need any numeration. If this is true, well... then just make a book with the scrbook class, add a front matter with a tittle, and finally a main matter with chapters o whatever, but ...


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(The title and body of the posting are about two different things. I've chosen to answer the question raised by the body of the posting.) You need to place \pagenumbering{roman} immediately after \begin{document}. E.g., \documentclass{article} \usepackage{lipsum} % filler text \begin{document} \pagenumbering{roman} \thispagestyle{empty} % don't show page ...


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Two options. I would personally prefer the second. Very hackish and depends strongly on exactly how ieeetran outputs the .bbl file. You define in the main document a new command \inlatin that eats the trailing ,'' and prints out ,'' (in latin) instead. And you modify your bib entry to have title = {....\inlatin}. Add a note field. This makes the bib file ...


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Set the entire dual-algorithm construction inside a figure (so that it can float they way it's meant to) and then use minipages with a non-floating algorithm (via the [H] float specifier) to contain them within the figure. \documentclass{article} \usepackage{algorithm,algpseudocode} \begin{document} \begin{figure} \begin{minipage}[t]{0.48\textwidth} ...


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Looking at your output, it seems that you've changed \parindent which is part of what makes everything look so odd. Here's the output from article with no adjustments: There are two things going on here: As you can see comparing the output in your document vs article, the difference in the indentation for the list compared to the indentation for the ...


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