New on CTAN: asmeconf
This class provides a template to format ASME Conference papers according to ASME conference requirements, as represented on ASME's conference web pages in March 2019. Included with the class are a .bst style and a .tex template. (ASME is the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.)
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/asmeconf The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/asmeconf/
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asmeconf – A LaTeX template for ASME conference papers
The asmeconf class provides a LaTeX template for ASME conference papers, following ASME's guidelines for margins, fonts, headings, captions, and reference formats as of 2021.
This LaTeX template is intended to be used with the asmeconf.bst BibTeX style, for reference formatting, which is part of this distribution. Unlike older ASME conference LaTeX templates, asmeconf pdfs will contain hyperlinks, bookmarks, and metadata; and the references can include the DOI and URL fields. This LaTeX template enables inline author names, following ASME’s current style, but it can also produce the traditional grid style. Options include line numbering, final column balancing, various math options, government copyright, archivability (PDF/A), and multilingual support. The code is compatible with pdfLaTeX or LuaLaTeX.
This LaTeX template is not a publication of ASME, but it does conform to ASME's currently published guidelines for conference papers.
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