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Filtros Basados en la Transformada de Fourier; Estado del Arte Authors Name/s per 1st Affiliation (Author) Authors Name/s per 2nd Affiliation (Author) line 1 (of Affiliation): dept. name of organization line 1 (of Affiliation): dept. name of organization line 2-name of organization, acronyms acceptable line 2-name of organiza
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  Filtros Basados en la Transformada de Fourier;Estado del Arte Authors Name/s per 1st Affiliation (  Author  ) line 1 (of  Affiliation ): dept. name of organizationline !name of organization a#ron$ms a##epta%leline &!'it$ 'ountr$line !e!mail address if desired Authors Name/s per nd Affiliation (  Author  ) line 1 (of  Affiliation ): dept. name of organizationline !name of organization a#ron$ms a##epta%leline &!'it$ 'ountr$line !e!mail address if desired  Abstract   —This electronic document is a “live” template andalready defines the components of your paper [title, text, heads,etc.] in its style sheet. *CRITICAL: Do Not Use Symbols, Special Characters, or Math in Paper Title or Abstract  . (  Abstract  )  ey!or s#component$ %ormattin&$ style$ stylin&$ insert '(ey!or s) .   NT*+,-'T+N  (  H   EADING  1 )This template modified in  0ord 2 and sa3ed as a40ord 52!& ,o#ument6 for the 7' pro3ides authors 8ithmost of the formatting spe#ifi#ations needed for preparingele#troni# 3ersions of their papers. All standard paper #omponents ha3e %een spe#ified for three reasons: (1) ease of use 8hen formatting indi3idual papers () automati##omplian#e to ele#troni# re9uirements that fa#ilitate the#on#urrent or later produ#tion of ele#troni# produ#ts and (&)#onformit$ of st$le throughout a #onferen#e pro#eedings.argins #olumn 8idths line spa#ing and t$pe st$les are %uilt!in; eamples of the t$pe st$les are pro3ided throughout thisdo#ument and are identified in itali# t$pe 8ithin parentheses follo8ing the eample. ome #omponents su#h as multi!le3eled e9uations graphi#s and ta%les are not pres#ri%ed although the 3arious ta%le tet st$les are pro3ided. 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(A parentheti#al senten#e is pun#tuated 8ithin the parentheses.)  A graph 8ithin a graph is an 4inset 6 not an 4insert.6The 8ord alternati3el$ is preferred to the 8ord4alternatel$6 (unless $ou reall$ mean something thatalternates).  ,o not use the 8ord 4essentiall$6 to mean4approimatel$6 or 4effe#ti3el$.6  n $our paper title if the 8ords 4that uses6 #ana##uratel$ repla#e the 8ord using #apitalize the 4u6; if not @eep using lo8er!#ased.  Be a8are of the different meanings of the homophones4affe#t6 and 4effe#t 6 4#omplement6 and 4#ompliment 64dis#reet6 and 4dis#rete 6 4prin#ipal6 and 4prin#iple.6  ,o not #onfuse 4impl$6 and 4infer.6  The prefi 4non6 is not a 8ord; it should %e Coined tothe 8ord it modifies usuall$ 8ithout a h$phen.  There is no period after the 4et6 in the =atina%%re3iation 4et al.6  The a%%re3iation 4i.e.6 means 4that is 6 and thea%%re3iation 4e.g.6 means 4for eample.6An e#ellent st$le manual for s#ien#e 8riters is D2..- N>   TE  T E7=ATE After the tet edit has %een #ompleted the paper is read$for the template. ,upli#ate the template file %$ using the a3eAs #ommand and use the naming #on3ention pres#ri%ed %$$our #onferen#e for the name of $our paper. n this ne8l$#reated file highlight all of the #ontents and import $our  prepared tet file. <ou are no8 read$ to st$le $our paper; usethe s#roll do8n 8indo8 on the left of the  0ord Formattingtool%ar.  A.Authors and Affiliations The template is designed so that author affiliations are notrepeated ea#h time for multiple authors of the same affiliation.7lease @eep $our affiliations as su##in#t as possi%le (for eample do not differentiate among departments of the sameorganization). 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No%le and .N. neddon 4+n #ertain integrals of =ips#hitz!an@el t$pe in3ol3ing produ#ts of Bessel fun#tions 6 7hil.Trans. *o$. o#. =ondon 3ol. A2 pp. 5!1 April 15.( references )DL. 'ler@ a8ell A Treatise on Ele#tri#it$ and agnetism &rd ed. 3ol.. +ford: 'larendon 1H5 pp.KH!2&.D&.. La#o%s and '.7. Bean 4Fine parti#les thin films and e#hangeanisotrop$ 6 in agnetism 3ol.  >.T. *ado and . uhl Eds. Ne8<or@: A#ademi# 15K& pp. 21!&.D?. Elissa 4Title of paper if @no8n 6 unpu%lished.D*. Ni#ole 4Title of paper 8ith onl$ first 8ord #apitalized 6 L. Nametand. A%%re3. in press.DK<. <orozu . irano ?. +@a and <. Taga8a 4Ele#tron spe#tros#op$studies on magneto!opti#al media and plasti# su%strate interfa#e 6 EEETransl. L. agn. Lapan 3ol.  pp. 2!21 August 15H2 D,igests 5thAnnual 'onf. agneti#s Lapan p. &1 15H.D2. <oung The Te#hni#al 0riterJs and%oo@. ill alle$ 'A:-ni3ersit$ #ien#e 15H5.
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