-- MartinPohl - 2018-08-08

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Start your article with defining the topic. The first mentioning of the <strong>title of your article should be in bold</strong> (it is good to put it into <strong>...</strong> brackets so that your article comes first in Google search). This paragraph, serving as the abstract of your entry, should contain a few sentences and should be understandable to non-experts (hopefully). Do not use abbreviations of your topic in the article; spelling out your title completely throughout the article does not take much space, but brings your article higher to the top of the Google search results.

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Section a

Write section titles in "Sentence case", i.e., only the first word capitalized.

Throughout your article, ''use Italica to emphasize'' points.

Use boldface '''to provide definitions'''.

=Subsection b=

Use Latex for all your equations, e.g., <math>F=ma</math>, or (on a separate line)

:<math mylabel>

F=ma

</math>.

=Subsection c=

Refer to figures and equations as Fig.<ref>Figlabel</ref> and Eq. (<ref>mylabel</ref>).

Section d

Avoid starting paragraphs with spaces, since they will be shown in a box with no line breaks.

This is useful though to provide code

=Subsection e=

=Subsection f=

= Citing references =

Groups of authors larger than 2 can be cited with "et al.".

* As proven in (Albero A, 1999).

* As Albero (2009) said.

* As proven in (Albero and Bocca, 2001)

* As proven by Albero and Bocca (2001)

* As proven by Albero et al. (2003)

* As proven by Albero, Bocca and Cuoco (2003)

* As proven by Albero et al. (2007a), confirmed by Albero et al. (2007b) and discarded by Albero et al. (2007c)

* As proven in AlberoA,1999)?topicparent=Sandbox.TestTopic11111164;nowysiwyg=1" rel="nofollow" title="this topic does not yet exist; you can create it.">#albero1999|(Albero A, 1999).

* As proven by #albo2001|Albero and Bocca (2001).

References

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*{{Bibitem article 1|Pizza Margherita.|Journal of pizza eaters|19(3)|1999|13|Albero|Antony|preprint=arXiv:0808.000|label=albero1999}}

*{{Bibitem article 2|Pizza Capricciosa.|Journal of pizza eaters|27|2001|121-127|Albero|Antonio|Bocca|Bill|preprint=[http://arxiv.org/abs/0808.0000 arXiv:0808.000]|label=albo2001}}

*{{Bibitem article 3|Pizza Quattro Stagioni.|Journal of pizza eaters|34(4)|2003|12|Albero|Antonio|Bocca|Bill|Cuoco|C T}}

*{{Bibitem article 4|Pizza Napoletana.|Journal of pizza eaters|37|2007|121-127|Albero|Antonio|Bocca|Bill|Cuoco|C T|Dude|David B|letter=a}}

*{{Bibitem article 5|Pizza Marinara.|Journal of pizza eaters|43(4)|2007|1-13|Albero|Antonio|Bocca|Bill|Cuoco|C T|Dude|David|Elica|E Q|letter=b}}

*{{Bibitem article etal|Pizza Piccante.|Journal of pizza eaters|45(5)|2008|1-13|Albero|Antonio}}

*{{Bibitem book 1|La Pizza!|Food Publishers|Genoa|1999|Alto|Antony|series=Mangiare bene, Volume 3.|editors=Albero and Bacca editors.}}

*{{Bibitem book 2|La Pasta!|Food Publishers|Genoa|2000|Alto|Antony|Bocca|Bill|series=Mangiare bene.|editors=Albero editor.|pages=Chapter 1.}}

*{{Bibitem book 3|Pizza: prepare it yourself.|Food Publishers|Genoa|2002|Alto|Antony|Bocca|Bill|Cuoco|C T|isbn=ISBN 1-234-99929-0.|pages=Page 22.|label=this work is false}}

*{{Bibitem book 4|Italian Pizza.|Food Publishers|Genoa|2005|Alto|Antony|Bocca|Bill|Cuoco|C T|Dude|David B|letter=a}}

*{{Bibitem book 5|Napolitan Pizza.|Food Publishers|Genoa|2005|Alto|Antony|Bocca|Bill|Cuoco|C T|Dude|David B|Elica|E Q|letter=b|label=11}}

*{{Bibitem book etal|American Pizza.|Food Publishers|Genoa|2005|Alto|Antony|letter=c}}

= Further reading=

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* {{Bibitem book 1|Pizza: a danger for health?|Food Publishers|Paris|2008|Magro|C T|isbn=ISBN 1-234-90929-0.|pages=page 22.|label=this work is stupid}} This reference is unreliable in conclusions, but quite accurate in its introduction.

* {{Bibitem book 1 |Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting|The MIT Press|Cambridge, MA|2007|Izhikevich|E M|isbn=ISBN 0262090430}}. This book offers an introduction to nonlinear dynamical systems theory for researchers and graduate students in neuroscience.

External links

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[http://www.nsi.edu/users/izhikevich Eugene M. Izhikevich website]

See also

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Brain, Neuron, Scholarpedia:Instructions for authors

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