(An unofficial) Bangor Electronic Engineering Dissertation LaTeX Class.
This is a heavily modified version of Cameron Gray's "bangorcsthesis", the official Computer Science Thesis LaTeX Class - bangorcsthesis
Geo-spatial Information Science (GSIS) is an open-access journal that publishes research on the application and development of surveying and mapping technology. GSIS was founded by Wuhan University and is now published in partnership with Taylor & Francis. IF2020:4.288，CiteScore2021:7.1.
This is the official GSIS LaTeX Template as of June 2022. This will only generate the Manuscript, the final article will be typeset by GSIS after acceptance. See more details of GSIS: https://www.tandfonline.com/tgsi
The purpose of the class yathesis is to facilitate dissertations’ typesetting of theses prepared in France, whatever disciplines and institutes. It implements most notably recommendations from the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and this, transparently to the user. It has also been designed to (optionally) take advantage
of powerful tools available in LaTeX, including packages:
biblatex for the bibliography ;
glossaries for the glossary, list of acronyms and symbols list.
The yathesis class, based on the book class, aims to be both simple to use and, to some extent, (easily) customizable.