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\title{Sesión 04}
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\author{Luna\orcidID{0000-1111-2222-3333} \and
Borja\orcidID{1111-2222-3333-4444}}

\institute {Universitat Jaume I}
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\maketitle              % typeset the header of the contribution
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\begin{abstract}
Mi abstract.
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\section{Introduction}

Your introduction goes here! Simply start writing your document and use the Recompile button to view the updated PDF preview. Examples of commonly used commands and features are listed below, to help you get started.
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 cell1 & cell2 & cell3 & cell4\ 
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Once you're familiar with the editor, you can find various project settings in the Overleaf menu, accessed via the button in the very top left of the editor. To view tutorials, user guides, and further documentation, please visit our \href{https://www.overleaf.com/learn}{help library}, or head to our plans page to \href{https://www.overleaf.com/user/subscription/plans}{choose your plan}. 

\section{Related Work}
\subsection{Subsección 1}
Automatic related work section generation is a special case of multi-document
summarization tailored for scientific articles[7]. Multi-document summarization
could be either extractive or abstractive, depending on whether the summary
contains sentences from source articles[8]. Partly due to scarcity of training data
and computational challenges, a large proportion of previous research are in
the extractive track, which typically constitutes of a sentence classification subtask and a sentence reordering sub-task[7–9]. Common approaches for extracting
relevant sentences include graph-based ranking algorithms[10] and neural classification models[11]. 
\begin{itemize}
  \item Bread
  \item Milk
  \item Sugar
\end{itemize}

\begin{enumerate}
  \item Goggles
  \item Bunser Burner
  \item Safety gloves
\end{enumerate}
\section{Methods}
\subsection{Subsección 2}
Methods are the specific tools and procedures you use to collect and analyze data (for example, experiments, surveys, and statistical tests). In shorter scientific papers, where the aim is to report the findings of a specific study, you might simply describe what you did in a methods section.

\begin{math}
A_t = arg_amax [Q_t(a)+^c (\sqrt{\frac{log t}{N_t(a)}\ })]
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\section{Experiments}
\subsection{Subsección 3}

Experimental research design is a framework of protocols and procedures created to conduct experimental research with a scientific approach using two sets of variables. Herein, the first set of variables acts as a constant, used to measure the differences of the second set. The best example of experimental research methods is quantitative research.
\includegraphics[scale=0.25]{experimental research} \includegraphics[scale=0.25]{Global.jpg}
\section{Conclusions}

While the role of cattle in climate change is by now common knowledge, countries like the Netherlands continually fail to confront this issue with the urgency it deserves. The evidence is clear: To create a truly futureproof agricultural sector, Dutch farmers must be incentivized to transition from livestock farming to sustainable vegetable farming.



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\bibitem{ref_article1}
Author, F.: Article title. Journal \textbf{2}(5), 99--110 (2016)

\bibitem{ref_lncs1}
Author, F., Author, S.: Title of a proceedings paper. In: Editor,
F., Editor, S. (eds.) CONFERENCE 2016, LNCS, vol. 9999, pp. 1--13.
Springer, Heidelberg (2016). \doi{10.10007/1234567890}

\bibitem{ref_book1}
Author, F., Author, S., Author, T.: Book title. 2nd edn. Publisher,
Location (1999)

\bibitem{ref_proc1}
Author, A.-B.: Contribution title. In: 9th International Proceedings
on Proceedings, pp. 1--2. Publisher, Location (2010)

\bibitem{ref_url1}
LNCS Homepage, \url{http://www.springer.com/lncs}. Last accessed 4
Oct 2017
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