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{\fontsize{14}{20}\bf Instructions how to prepare a one page
abstract for the BICOM Workshop 2005 at Brunel University
June 16-17, 2005.}
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\textbf{\underline{First A. Author}$^1$, Second B. Author$^2$}, \\
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$^1$ Affiliations of the first author \\
$^{2}$ Affiliations of the second author\\
e-mail: e-mails of authors\\
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\textbf{ABSTRACT}\\[1mm]
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All the abstracts will be included in an Abstract volume that will
be distributed at the beginning of the workshop. Please, follow
carefully the instructions for preparation of abstracts, in order
to ensure standardized formats.
\textbf{The electronic submission is required} to the Workshop
address:
\centerline{\texttt{carolyn.sellers@brunel.ac.uk}}
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{\bf REFERENCES}\\[-3mm]
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\hspace{-3mm}{[1]}& F. Brezzi , M. Fortin ``Mixed and Hybrid
Finite Elements Methods'', Springer series in Computational
Mathematics, Vol.~15, (1991).
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\hspace{-3mm}{[2]}& J.C. N{\'e}d{\'e}lec, ``Mixed finite elements
in $\mathbb{R}^3$'', \emph{Numer. Math.}, Vol.~35, pp. 315--341,
(1980).
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