Unofficial LaTEX model for graduation theses at Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy), Department of Information and Electrical Engineering (DEI).
This is the result of a personal initiative of Prof. Eng. Francesco, Adamo, PhD, Associate Professor in Measurement Science, to uniform the formatting of intermediate year's work reports and of graduation theses.
Note from the author: I am not a professional developer in LaTEX!
The project is shared "as-is" without any warranty.
Any hint to help improving it will be welcome!
A modular template that contains and explains how to use the following items:
frontmatter subdivision (frontispecie.tex, credits.tex, abstract.tex, tocs.tex, glossary.tex, simbols.tex);
mainmatter subdivision (introduction, chapters and after appendices followed by an increasing number or letter: a folder for every chapter and appendix (inside there is chapter"number".tex or appendix"letter".tex and 2 folders for figures and tables if necessary);
backmatter subdivision (bibliography.tex and index.tex).
More info on:
A calendar of circles
Author: Till Tantau (The PGF manual),
and Stefan Kottwitz (Modifications such as shaded circles and color) and Antonio Paolini (modified position of months to turn clockwise and moved January at top.)
Note: you can export the pdf to see the result at full