Since in my last blog post I was asked for the LaTeX template I was using for my thesis, I’ve cleaned it up a lot, re-ordered the packages inclusion and added some comments which will be useful for who will try it. Since WordPress kindly forbids uploading zipped files, I’ve set up a repository on gitorious.org .
For whose who have never heard about that website, you can click the following link https://gitorious.org/thesis_template/thesis_template/archive-tarball/master , which will start the download of the zipped folder for you.
The folder will contain the latex source sample, along with a sample bibliography file, an image and a pdf file of that image used to show how to import them, and the final resulting pdf file,
which looks like this screenshot:
I hope you’ll find it useful 🙂
Just a quick update to say “Hello Again” to everyone; I’ve just graduated in Control Systems so finally I’ve got enough free time to contribute back to KDE, so see you around 😀
For those who are interested a little bit on the subject of my thesis, it’s all about a bunch of graphs and lots of considerations regarding the implementation (and co-simulation) of the so called “Three-Loop Algorithm” for controlling the trajectory of a missile in two dimensions.
Oh, and loooooooooooooots of kudos to Kile’s developers, it’s been a pleasure to see how it improved after the last time I had the chance to use it 🙂
If you want to read more, you can download My Thesis … There’s also an Easter Egg, if you can spot it 😉
(Btw there are a couple of errors I’ve spotted after giving it at the registrar’s office, anyway they’re not that relevant)