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Each article must have a summary in English and German which inform the reader quickly on the contents and the substantial results. The length surely depends on the contents, however, it should not exceed 150 words. Mathematical formulas should be avoided in the summary.
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Figure 1: Probability density
Table: 80 measured values of access time
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Cited literature should be summarized at the end of the article in form of a non-enumerated section. [Kunst(1996)] is a reference to an article, [McCullagh and Nelder(1989)] to a book and [Schnatter et al.(1987)Schnatter, Gutknecht, and Kirnbauer] to a chapter of a book. If the citation is in parentheses, it should look like Kuns96.
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