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The Title of the Paper to be Published on Website

Proceedings of A Conference, Month 2009

First Author*, Second Author†, Third Author‡, Fourth Author**, Fifth Author††, Sixth Author‡‡, and Seventh Author§
*: First Author Affiliation
†: Second Author Affiliation
‡: Third Author Affiliation
**: Fourth Author Affiliation
††: Fifth Author Affiliation
‡‡: Sixth Author Affiliation
§: Seventh Author Affiliation
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@inproceedings{author-conference-2009,
  author       = {First Author and Second Author et al},
  title        = {The Title of the Paper to be Published on Website},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of A Conference},
  year         = {2009},
  address      = {Address, State, Country},
  month        = {Month},
}
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