I was asked to give an introduction to tables in Latex. Even though there are plenty of tutorials and pieces of Latex-code out there in the internet, it might still be useful to somebody who just started using Latex or has never used tables before...
Let me start with the table-stub and later on explain how to fill in the actual table content.
Different packages of Latex provide nice and easy-to-use environments for theorems, lemmas, proofs, etc. The following post will show you the mostly used layouts and how to change numbering.
Theorem styles: For theorems, corollaries and lemmas, you need the following package:
which allows you to define new environments using either:
- env_name: Environment name
- caption: Text printed before the number, e.g.
Of course, one might say, there are certain kinds of problems that lend themselves to huge collaborations. One has only to think of the proof of the classification of finite simple groups, or of a rather different kind of example such as a search for a new largest prime carried out during the downtime of thousands of PCs around the world.
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