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LaTeX Wine Stains
It was bound to happen. Now besides coffee stains, you can also add wine stains to your LaTeX document!
wine.sty is actually Hanno Rein's coffee4.sty, with all the 'coffee' replaced by 'wine' in the code, and replaced colour definitions.
Tracking changes in LaTeX with "changes" package
The changes package, distributed with TeX Live, allows the user to manually markup changes of text, such as additions, deletions, or replacements. Changed text is shown in a different colour; deleted text is crossed out. The package allows definition of additional authors and their associated colour. It also allows you to define a markup for authors or annotations. (Here's another customised example using avatars for the author annotations.)
Tracking changes in LaTeX with "changes" package (with author avatars)
The changes package, distributed with TeX Live, allows the user to manually markup changes of text, such as additions, deletions, or replacements. This example customizes the package to show author annotations with avatars. (Here's a more conventional example without the avatars. )
Simples Experimentos com Algoritmos Genéticos
(Um bom exemplo de paper no estilo LNCS em português do Brasil)
Esse trabalho analisa o efeito da aplicacão de diferentes valores nos parâmetros para resolução de problemas usando algoritmos genéticos. Um algoritmo simples é usado em um problema trivial permitindo um grande número de experimentos em pouco tempo e simplificando a análise.
Using "import" to facilitate main file in subfolder
Some authors prefer to place their manuscript LaTeX source files in a subfolder, and other research artefacts (figures, tables, etc) in another subfolder. This example shows how this workflow can be maintained on Overleaf, by providing a top-level main.tex that pulls in the real main LaTeX file from the subfolder using the import package.