LaTeX Class : jmlr bundle v1.30 (2022-02-09) Author : Nicola L. C. Talbot dickimaw-books.com/contact LICENCE This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. See http://www.ctan.org/license/lppl1.3 for the details of that license. Copyright 2006-2022 Nicola Talbot DESCRIPTION This bundle provides: * jmlr class (article authors) * jmlrutils package (supplementary package automatically loaded by jmlr.cls) * jmlrbook class (for production editors, now obsolete) The jmlr class was designed primarily for the Journal of Machine Learning Research Workshop and Conference Proceedings (JMLR W&CP) based on the jmlrwcp2e package to make it easier for production editors to combine articles into a single book. JMLR W&CP has been renamed Proceedings of Machine Learning Research (PMLR). Please use class option 'pmlr' for new articles. If you want to submit an article to the Journal of Machine Learning Research (JMLR), please follow their guidelines instead. The jmlrutils package is automatically loaded by the jmlr class, but may be used with other classes. (You may need to additionally load graphicx and algorithm2e, which jmlr.cls does automatically.) The jmlrbook class no longer works since it relies on another class that has stopped working following modifications to the LaTeX kernel in 2020. Production editors will now need to manually set the first page number for each article. If a printed book is required, all articles can be combined using pdfpages instead. This doesn't affect article authors who can continue to use jmlr.cls. REQUIREMENTS jmlr class requirements: jmlrutils xcolor amsmath amssymb natbib graphicx url algorithm2e etoolbox calc hyperref jmlrbook class requirements: jmlr combine hyperref xkeyval combnat setspace currfile
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jmlr – Class files for the Journal of Machine Learning Research
The jmlr bundle provides a class for authors (jmlr) and a class for production editors (jmlrbook).
The jmlrbook class can be used to combine articles written using the jmlr class into a book. The class uses the combine class and the hyperref package to produce either a colour hyperlinked book for on-line viewing or a greyscale nonhyperlinked book for printing.
Production editors can use makejmlrbookgui to help build the proceedings from the articles.
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