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UbiComp 2011 Abstract Sample File for Authors to Follow & Use for Their Final Version Abby Smith Burt Lancaster Clifford Jones Damien Ross Stanford University Stanford University/ Intuit Stanford University Stanford University / Google email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org ABSTRACT page, use a text area o f the same dimensions (18 x 23.5 Receiving poor results from a personalized reco mmendation cm.), again centered. Right marg ins should be justified, not system is frustrating. When users try to compensate by ragged. Beware, especially when using this template on a putting on a “different face” and game the system, the results Macintosh, Word can change these dimensions in can be even more frustrating. 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