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Please Insert the Title of Your Talk Here}
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D. Science$^1$, M. Learning$^2$, \underline{S. Statistics}$^3$
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$^1$ University of Data Science, Ankara, Turkey,
d.science@datascience.edu.tr\\
$^2$ Machine Learning University, Waterloo, Canada,
m.learning@machinelearning.ca\\
$^3$ University of Statistics, Lisbon, Portugal,
s.statistics@statistics.pt\\
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Use this format (without changing the settings) to prepare your abstract. The abstracts are used for evaluation purposes. Therefore, it is important that you describe your intended presentation concisely and clearly, including the objectives, status, methodology, results, and significance of your study.
Abstracts may contain equations, figures and references (see Eqs.~(\ref{eq1}, \ref{eq2}) and Refs.~\cite{Jammalamadaka and Sengupta,Yu and Jones,Coelho and Arnold}). {\bf The abstract length is limited to 1 page}. Equations are to be centered horizontally, with equation numbers aligned with the right margin. Paragraph text is full-justified. Do not explicitly begin by writing the word ``abstract''. Equations should be properly punctuated. For instance, as
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Your abstract should be prepared in \LaTeX\ according to the template provided and then \textbf{converted to PDF for submission.} Abstracts not complying with this template may not be included in the book of abstracts of the DMS-2019. Abstract submission should be done via the online submission system. If your abstract is accepted, you will be invited to present your talk.
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\bibitem{Jammalamadaka and Sengupta}
Jammalamadaka, S. R., and Sengupta, A. (2001). \textit{Topics in circular statistics }(Vol. 5). World Scientific.
\bibitem{Yu and Jones}
Yu, K., and Jones, M. C. (1998). Local linear quantile regression. \textit{Journal of the American Statistical Association}, 93(441), 228-237.
\bibitem{Coelho and Arnold}
Coelho, C. A., and Arnold, B. C. (2012, September). Instances of the product of independent beta random variables and of the Meijer G and Fox H functions with finite representations. \textit{In AIP Conference Proceedings }(Vol. 1479, No. 1, pp. 1133-1137). AIP.
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