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Georgia Tech PhD Thesis Template
Georgia Tech PhD Thesis Template
Exported from http://grad.gatech.edu/theses-dissertations-templates
Georgia Tech Students
Software Component Approval Sheet
Software Component Approval Sheet
Simple template for approving software components.
Christian Hettlage
CSTUG Bulletin Article
CSTUG Bulletin Article
An article template for the Czechoslovak TeX Users Group (CSTUG) Bulletin.
Vít Novotný, Zdeněk Wagner
Homework template for my upper division math courses
Homework template for my upper division math courses
Homework template for my upper division math courses.
Sean Cox
University of Nottingham Thesis and Dissertation Template
University of Nottingham Thesis and Dissertation Template
The template is constructed for the final submission of the thesis based on the Project handbook in the university workspace. The thesis template includes the sections below: Title page Abstract page Acknowledgement page Table of Contents Introduction Motivation Aims and Objectives Description of the Work Background and Related Work Design Implementation Evaluation Summary and Reflections Project management Contributions and reflections Bibliography Appendices It meets the requirements for a PhD thesis and works for all computer science dissertations and project reports on all campuses.
Yue Li
KUL Beamer template
KUL Beamer template
Beamer template in KU Leuven style
Arthur Depicker
Fibeamer for Utrecht University
Fibeamer for Utrecht University
An adaptation from the fibeamer theme for use in general Utrecht University presentations. Many thanks to the original authors for supplying the template.
Jurian Baas, Jan de Mooij
Projeto FAPESP Iniciacao Cientifica
Projeto FAPESP Iniciacao Cientifica
Projeto FAPESP Iniciacao Cientifica
Matheus Henrique Junqueira Saldanha
COSIT2019 Template
COSIT2019 Template
This is an UPDATED template suitable for submissions to the 14th Conference on Spatial Information Theory, which will be hosted by the Chair for Information Science at the University of Regensburg, Germany. It is a provided as a means of making things easier for those who might not be too familiar with writing LaTeX. The project uses NOW THE 2019 VERSION of the LIPICs class file. Submissions to the conference must adhere to the official LIPICs guidelines for authors to be found at: http://drops.dagstuhl.de/styles/lipics-v2019/lipics-v2019-authors.zip.
Markus Kattenbeck