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\documentclass[leqno,journal=PRIMS,lang=british]{ems-journal-prims}
\usepackage{hyperref}
\usepackage{amssymb,amsmath}
\usepackage{enumerate}
%% Numbered objects of "theorem" style (text italicized);
%% the optional parameters indicate that all objects are numbered together, and "by section"
%% (but you are welcome to use any other numbering system of your choice)
\newtheorem{thm}{Theorem}[section]
\newtheorem{cor}[thm]{Corollary}
\newtheorem{lem}[thm]{Lemma}
%% A numbered theorem with a fancy name:
\newtheorem{mainthm}[thm]{Main Theorem}
%% Numbered objects of "non-theorem" style (text NOT italicized):
\theoremstyle{definition}
\newtheorem{defin}[thm]{Definition}
\newtheorem{rem}[thm]{Remark}
\newtheorem{exa}[thm]{Example}
%% An unnumbered object:
\newtheorem*{xrem}{Remark}
%% Equations numbered by section (optional):
\numberwithin{equation}{section}
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% These data will be provided by the editors:
\communicated{}
\received{1 January 2001}
\revised{2 February 2002}
\revised{3 March 2023}
\revised{4 April 2022}
\accepted{5 May 2003}
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\begin{document}
%% Note that the first letters in the title are capitalized
%% Provide an abbreviation of the title, to be used in running heads.
\title{Full Title}
\TitleHead{Short title for the running head - only if full title really does not fit (note the huge space)}
\dedicatory{To Professor XXX on the occasion of YYY} %optional
%------
%%%% Pls fill in all fields for each author
%%%% Label the authors by their position in the authors' list using {}
%%%% Pls look for the MR Author ID in the metadata.xml file in the source bundle
%%%% ORCID is only to be added if provided by the author
%%%% Abbreviate first names for the running head
\emsauthor{1}{
\givenname{First}
\surname{Author}
\mrid{1234567}
\orcid{0000-0001-0002-0003}}{F.~Author}
%%%% Repeat the same fields for each numbered author
\emsauthor{2}{
\givenname{Second}
\surname{Contributor}
\mrid{}
\orcid{}}{S.~Contributor}
\emsauthor*{3}{
\givenname{Someone}
\surname{Else}
\mrid{}
\orcid{}}{S.~Else}
%%%% Please provide detalied address info for each author
%%%% Use the same numbering as for \emsauthor above
%%%% Please look up the ROR ID of your institute here: https://ror.org
\Emsaffil{1}{
\pretext{}
\department{Department of Mathematics}
\organisation{University}
\rorid{01a2bcd34}
\address{Street 7}
\zip{10623}
\city{City}
\country{Country}
\posttext{}
\affemail{name@tuniversity.xy}
\furtheremail{nickname@gmail.com}}
%%%% Repeat the same fields for each numbered author
%%%% If some author has multiple affiliations, repeat the fields for each affiliation
%%%% Number the affiliations using {}
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\pretext{}
\department{1}{}
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\rorid{2}{}
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\Emsaffil{3}{
\pretext{}
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%% If a corresponding author is needed, use \emsauthor* instead of \emsauthor
\classification[]{}
%% Primary codes in main argument: {}
%% Secondary codes (if any) in optional argument: []
\keywords{}
%% Separated by commas. Only capitalise those keywords that start with a proper name.
\maketitle
\begin{abstract}
This is a sample paper for PRIMS. For the subject classification, use
the 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification available at \href{www.ams.org/msc}{www.ams.org/msc}.
\end{abstract}
%\tableofcontents %optional, for very long papers only
\section{Introduction}
Note that equation numbers are placed on the left.
The examples below are included to illustrate some \LaTeX\ constructions.
\subsection{Theorems etc.}
\begin{thm}[Maximum Principle, see also {\cite[Theorem 5]{Shchepin}}]
If (\ldots), then the following conditions are equivalent:
\begin{enumerate}[\upshape (i)]
\item first item,
\item second item.
\end{enumerate}
\end{thm}
\begin{proof} Observe that
\begin{align}\label{E:1}
AAAAAAAAAA &= BBBBBBBBBBB\\
&\quad + CCCCCCCCCC\notag\\
&= DDDDDDDDDDDDD.\notag
\end{align}
Now apply induction on $n$ to \eqref{E:1}.
\end{proof}
%% In definitions, the term being defined is emphasized.
\begin{defin}
A system $S$ is said to be \emph{admissible} if
$S \in B$.
\end{defin}
\begin{xrem}
An unnumbered remark.
\end{xrem}
\begin{mainthm}
Here comes the statement of a numbered theorem with a fancy name.
\end{mainthm}
\subsubsection{Subsubsection}
This paragraph is only included to show the appearance of a subsubsection.
%% Put all acknowledgements (including those concerning grants) at the end.
\subsection*{Acknowledgements}
This research was partly supported by NSF (grant no. XXXX).
\begin{thebibliography}{SKK2}
%% Use the widest label as the parameter.
%% Reference items may be numbered or have labels of your choice.
%% Only the titles of books are italicized; boldface is used for journal volume numbers only.
%% Do NOT give the issue number unless the issues are paginated separately.
\bibitem[G]{Gratzer}
G. Gr\"atzer,
\emph{More Math into \LaTeX},
4th ed., Springer, Berlin, 2007.
\bibitem[SKK1]{SatoKashiwaraKawai1}
M. Sato, M. Kashiwara and M. Kawai,
Linear differential equations of infinite order and theta functions,
Adv. Math. \textbf{47} (1983), 300--325.
\bibitem[SKK2]{SatoKashiwaraKawai2}
M. Sato, M. Kashiwara and M. Kawai,
Microlocal analysis of theta functions,
in \emph{Group representations and systems of differential equations} (Tokyo, 1982),
Adv. Stud. Pure Math. 4, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1984, 267--289.
\bibitem[Sh]{Shchepin}
E. V. Shchepin,
On mappings of the two-dimensional sphere,
Uspekhi Mat. Nauk \textbf{58} (2003), no.~2, 169--170 (in Russian);
English transl.: Russian Math. Surveys \textbf{58} (2003), 1218--1219.
\bibitem[V]{Verkaar}
M. Verkaar,
Continuous local martingales and stochastic integration in Banach spaces,
PhD thesis, Univ. of Helsinki, 2001.
\end{thebibliography}
\end{document}