enumerate example


The following example uses roman numbering:

  \begin{enumerate}[(i)]
    \item The user specifies bounds on each configurable parameter: $f, r$, and
          $su$.  This corresponds to the maximum and minimum value the user is
          willing to tolerate for a parameter.
    \item The AppLeS searches the parameter space for feasible
          triples; each triple corresponds to a feasible configuration of the
          tunable application.  If no configurations can be found, the user
          will need to adjust the request.
    \item The user considers all configurations and then selects a single
          triple for execution.
    \item The AppLeS will determine an appropriate work allocation for
          the user-selected triple and then execute.
  \end{enumerate}
produced:
(i)
The user specifies bounds on each configurable parameter: f, r, and su. This corresponds to the maximum and minimum value the user is willing to tolerate for a parameter.
(ii)
The AppLeS searches the parameter space for feasible triples; each triple corresponds to a feasible configuration of the tunable application. If no configurations can be found, the user will need to adjust the request.
(iii)
The user considers all configurations and then selects a single triple for execution.
(iv)
The AppLeS will determine an appropriate work allocation for the user-selected triple and then execute.
To specify other styles of numbering, substitute i for I, a, A, or 1. These are special characters recognized by the package; everything else enclosed in the argument will be copied verbatim.