Template for Submission to Quantum
Quantum features its own LaTeX documentclass quantumarticle. You can preview how it looks like in this template document for writing articles for Quantum in the PDF, which also contains a wealth of useful information on how to best format your articles for Quantum. This is v4.2
Quantum, Christian Gogolin
ACL 2016 Proceedings Template
This document contains instructions for preparing ACL 2016 submissions and camera-ready manuscripts. The document itself conforms to its own specifications, and is therefore an example of what your manuscript should look like. Papers are required to conform to all the directions reported in this document. By using the provided LaTeX and BibTeX styles (acl2016.sty, acl2016.bst), the required formatting will be enabled by default.
Seminário de Andamento PPGEE/UFRGS
Estas instruções fornecem as orientações básicas para a preparação de um artigo para o Seminário de Andamento do Programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia Elétrica (PPGEE) da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS).
EuCAP 2016 Conferece IEEE Template
This electronic document is a “live” template and already defines the components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] in its style sheet. CRITICAL: Do Not Use Symbols, Special Characters, or Math in Paper Title or Abstract.
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Design of an Optoelectronic State Machine with integrated BDD based Optical logic
In this paper I demonstrate a novel design for an optoelectronic State Machine which replaces input/output forming logic found in conventional state machines with BDD based optical logic while still using solid state memory in the form of flip-flops in order to store states. This type of logic makes use of waveguides and ring resonators to create binary switches. These switches in turn can be used to create combinational logic which can be used as input/output forming logic for a state machine. Replacing conventional combinational logic with BDD based optical logic allows for a faster range of state machines that can certainly outperform conventional state machines as propagation delays within the logic described are in the order of picoseconds as opposed to nanoseconds in digital logic.