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1% uWaterloo Thesis Template for LaTeX
2% Last Updated June 14, 2017 by Stephen Carr, IST Client Services
3% FOR ASSISTANCE, please send mail to rt-IST-CSmathsci@ist.uwaterloo.ca
4
5% Effective October 2006, the University of Waterloo
6% requires electronic thesis submission. See the uWaterloo thesis regulations at
7% https://uwaterloo.ca/graduate-studies/thesis.
8
9% DON'T FORGET TO ADD YOUR OWN NAME AND TITLE in the "hyperref" package
10% configuration below. THIS INFORMATION GETS EMBEDDED IN THE PDF FINAL PDF DOCUMENT.
11% You can view the information if you view Properties of the PDF document.
12
13% Many faculties/departments also require one or more printed
14% copies. This template attempts to satisfy both types of output.
15% It is based on the standard "book" document class which provides all necessary
16% sectioning structures and allows multi-part theses.
17
18% DISCLAIMER
19% To the best of our knowledge, this template satisfies the current uWaterloo requirements.
20% However, it is your responsibility to assure that you have met all
21% requirements of the University and your particular department.
22% Many thanks for the feedback from many graduates that assisted the development of this template.
23
24% -----------------------------------------------------------------------
25
26% By default, output is produced that is geared toward generating a PDF
27% version optimized for viewing on an electronic display, including
28% hyperlinks within the PDF.
29
30% E.g. to process a thesis called "mythesis.tex" based on this template, run:
31
32% pdflatex mythesis     -- first pass of the pdflatex processor
33% bibtex mythesis       -- generates bibliography from .bib data file(s)
34% makeindex         -- should be run only if an index is used
35% pdflatex mythesis     -- fixes numbering in cross-references, bibliographic references, glossaries, index, etc.
36% pdflatex mythesis     -- fixes numbering in cross-references, bibliographic references, glossaries, index, etc.
37
38% If you use the recommended LaTeX editor, Texmaker, you would open the mythesis.tex
39% file, then click the PDFLaTeX button. Then run BibTeX (under the Tools menu).
40% Then click the PDFLaTeX button two more times. If you have an index as well,
41% you'll need to run MakeIndex from the Tools menu as well, before running pdflatex
42% the last two times.
43
44% N.B. The "pdftex" program allows graphics in the following formats to be
45% included with the "\includegraphics" command: PNG, PDF, JPEG, TIFF
46% Tip 1: Generate your figures and photos in the size you want them to appear
47% in your thesis, rather than scaling them with \includegraphics options.
48% Tip 2: Any drawings you do should be in scalable vector graphic formats:
49% SVG, PNG, WMF, EPS and then converted to PNG or PDF, so they are scalable in
50% the final PDF as well.
51% Tip 3: Photographs should be cropped and compressed so as not to be too large.
52
53% To create a PDF output that is optimized for double-sided printing:
54%
55% 1) comment-out the \documentclass statement in the preamble below, and
56% un-comment the second \documentclass line.
57%
58% 2) change the value assigned below to the boolean variable
59% "PrintVersion" from "false" to "true".
60
61% --------------------- Start of Document Preamble -----------------------
62
63% Specify the document class, default style attributes, and page dimensions
64% For hyperlinked PDF, suitable for viewing on a computer, use this:
65\documentclass[letterpaper,12pt,titlepage,oneside,final]{book}
66
67% For PDF, suitable for double-sided printing, change the PrintVersion variable below
68% to "true" and use this \documentclass line instead of the one above:
69%\documentclass[letterpaper,12pt,titlepage,openright,twoside,final]{book}
70
71% Some LaTeX commands I define for my own nomenclature.
72% If you have to, it's better to change nomenclature once here than in a
73% million places throughout your thesis!
74\newcommand{\package}[1]{\textbf{#1}} % package names in bold text
75\newcommand{\cmmd}[1]{\textbackslash\texttt{#1}} % command name in tt font
76\newcommand{\href}[1]{#1} % does nothing, but defines the command so the
77    % print-optimized version will ignore \href tags (redefined by hyperref pkg).
78%\newcommand{\texorpdfstring}[2]{#1} % does nothing, but defines the command
79% Anything defined here may be redefined by packages added below...
80
81% This package allows if-then-else control structures.
82\usepackage{ifthen}
83\newboolean{PrintVersion}
84\setboolean{PrintVersion}{false}
85% CHANGE THIS VALUE TO "true" as necessary, to improve printed results for hard copies
86% by overriding some options of the hyperref package below.
87
88%\usepackage{nomencl} % For a nomenclature (optional; available from ctan.org)
89\usepackage{amsmath,amssymb,amstext} % Lots of math symbols and environments
90\usepackage{graphicx} % For including graphics
91
92% Hyperlinks make it very easy to navigate an electronic document.
93% In addition, this is where you should specify the thesis title
94% and author as they appear in the properties of the PDF document.
95% Use the "hyperref" package
96% N.B. HYPERREF MUST BE THE LAST PACKAGE LOADED; ADD ADDITIONAL PKGS ABOVE
97\usepackage[pagebackref=false]{hyperref} % with basic options
98                % N.B. pagebackref=true provides links back from the References to the body text. This can cause trouble for printing.
99\hypersetup{
100    plainpages=false,       % needed if Roman numbers in frontpages
101    unicode=false,          % non-Latin characters in Acrobat’s bookmarks
102    pdftoolbar=true,        % show Acrobat’s toolbar?
103    pdfmenubar=true,        % show Acrobat’s menu?
104    pdffitwindow=false,     % window fit to page when opened
105    pdfstartview={FitH},    % fits the width of the page to the window
106    pdftitle={uWaterloo\ LaTeX\ Thesis\ Template},    % title: CHANGE THIS TEXT!
107%    pdfauthor={Author},    % author: CHANGE THIS TEXT! and uncomment this line
108%    pdfsubject={Subject},  % subject: CHANGE THIS TEXT! and uncomment this line
109%    pdfkeywords={keyword1} {key2} {key3}, % list of keywords, and uncomment this line if desired
110    pdfnewwindow=true,      % links in new window
111    colorlinks=true,        % false: boxed links; true: colored links
112    linkcolor=blue,         % color of internal links
113    citecolor=green,        % color of links to bibliography
114    filecolor=magenta,      % color of file links
115    urlcolor=cyan           % color of external links
116}
117\ifthenelse{\boolean{PrintVersion}}{   % for improved print quality, change some hyperref options
118\hypersetup{    % override some previously defined hyperref options
119%    colorlinks,%
120    citecolor=black,%
121    filecolor=black,%
122    linkcolor=black,%
123    urlcolor=black}
124}{} % end of ifthenelse (no else)
125
126\usepackage[automake,toc,abbreviations]{glossaries-extra} % Exception to the rule of hyperref being the last add-on package
127% If glossaries-extra is not in your LaTeX distribution, get it from CTAN (http://ctan.org/pkg/glossaries-extra),
128% although it's supposed to be in both the TeX Live and MikTeX distributions. There are also documentation and
129% installation instructions there.
130
131% Setting up the page margins...
132% uWaterloo thesis requirements specify a minimum of 1 inch (72pt) margin at the
133% top, bottom, and outside page edges and a 1.125 in. (81pt) gutter
134% margin (on binding side). While this is not an issue for electronic
135% viewing, a PDF may be printed, and so we have the same page layout for
136% both printed and electronic versions, we leave the gutter margin in.
137% Set margins to minimum permitted by uWaterloo thesis regulations:
138\setlength{\marginparwidth}{0pt} % width of margin notes
139% N.B. If margin notes are used, you must adjust \textwidth, \marginparwidth
140% and \marginparsep so that the space left between the margin notes and page
141% edge is less than 15 mm (0.6 in.)
142\setlength{\marginparsep}{0pt} % width of space between body text and margin notes
143\setlength{\evensidemargin}{0.125in} % Adds 1/8 in. to binding side of all
144% even-numbered pages when the "twoside" printing option is selected
145\setlength{\oddsidemargin}{0.125in} % Adds 1/8 in. to the left of all pages
146% when "oneside" printing is selected, and to the left of all odd-numbered
147% pages when "twoside" printing is selected
148\setlength{\textwidth}{6.375in} % assuming US letter paper (8.5 in. x 11 in.) and
149% side margins as above
150\raggedbottom
151
152% The following statement specifies the amount of space between
153% paragraphs. Other reasonable specifications are \bigskipamount and \smallskipamount.
154\setlength{\parskip}{\medskipamount}
155
156% The following statement controls the line spacing.  The default
157% spacing corresponds to good typographic conventions and only slight
158% changes (e.g., perhaps "1.2"), if any, should be made.
159\renewcommand{\baselinestretch}{1} % this is the default line space setting
160
161% By default, each chapter will start on a recto (right-hand side)
162% page.  We also force each section of the front pages to start on
163% a recto page by inserting \cleardoublepage commands.
164% In many cases, this will require that the verso page be
165% blank and, while it should be counted, a page number should not be
166% printed.  The following statements ensure a page number is not
167% printed on an otherwise blank verso page.
168\let\origdoublepage\cleardoublepage
169\newcommand{\clearemptydoublepage}{%
170  \clearpage{\pagestyle{empty}\origdoublepage}}
171\let\cleardoublepage\clearemptydoublepage
172
173
174
175% cfa macros used in the document
176\input{common}
177
178% glossary of terms to use
179\input{glossary}
180
181%======================================================================
182%   L O G I C A L    D O C U M E N T -- the content of your thesis
183%======================================================================
184\begin{document}
185
186% For a large document, it is a good idea to divide your thesis
187% into several files, each one containing one chapter.
188% To illustrate this idea, the "front pages" (i.e., title page,
189% declaration, borrowers' page, abstract, acknowledgements,
190% dedication, table of contents, list of tables, list of figures,
191% nomenclature) are contained within the file "uw-ethesis-frontpgs.tex" which is
192% included into the document by the following statement.
193%----------------------------------------------------------------------
194% FRONT MATERIAL
195%----------------------------------------------------------------------
196\input{text/front.tex}
197
198
199%----------------------------------------------------------------------
200% MAIN BODY
201%----------------------------------------------------------------------
202% Because this is a short document, and to reduce the number of files
203% needed for this template, the chapters are not separate
204% documents as suggested above, but you get the idea. If they were
205% separate documents, they would each start with the \chapter command, i.e,
206% do not contain \documentclass or \begin{document} and \end{document} commands.
207\input{text/intro.tex}
208\input{text/runtime.tex}
209\input{text/core.tex}
210\input{text/practice.tex}
211\input{text/io.tex}
212
213%----------------------------------------------------------------------
214% END MATERIAL
215%----------------------------------------------------------------------
216
217% B I B L I O G R A P H Y
218% -----------------------
219
220% The following statement selects the style to use for references.  It controls the sort order of the entries in the bibliography and also the formatting for the in-text labels.
221\bibliographystyle{plain}
222% This specifies the location of the file containing the bibliographic information.
223% It assumes you're using BibTeX (if not, why not?).
224\cleardoublepage % This is needed if the book class is used, to place the anchor in the correct page,
225                 % because the bibliography will start on its own page.
226                 % Use \clearpage instead if the document class uses the "oneside" argument
227\phantomsection  % With hyperref package, enables hyperlinking from the table of contents to bibliography
228% The following statement causes the title "References" to be used for the bibliography section:
229\renewcommand*{\bibname}{References}
230
231% Add the References to the Table of Contents
232\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{\textbf{References}}
233
234\bibliography{uw-ethesis}
235% Tip 5: You can create multiple .bib files to organize your references.
236% Just list them all in the \bibliogaphy command, separated by commas (no spaces).
237
238% The following statement causes the specified references to be added to the bibliography% even if they were not
239% cited in the text. The asterisk is a wildcard that causes all entries in the bibliographic database to be included (optional).
240\nocite{*}
241
242% The \appendix statement indicates the beginning of the appendices.
243\appendix
244% Add a title page before the appendices and a line in the Table of Contents
245\chapter*{APPENDICES}
246\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{APPENDICES}
247%======================================================================
248\chapter[PDF Plots From Matlab]{Matlab Code for Making a PDF Plot}
249\label{AppendixA}
250% Tip 4: Example of how to get a shorter chapter title for the Table of Contents
251%======================================================================
252\section{Using the GUI}
253Properties of Matab plots can be adjusted from the plot window via a graphical interface. Under the Desktop menu in the Figure window, select the Property Editor. You may also want to check the Plot Browser and Figure Palette for more tools. To adjust properties of the axes, look under the Edit menu and select Axes Properties.
254
255To set the figure size and to save as PDF or other file formats, click the Export Setup button in the figure Property Editor.
256
257\section{From the Command Line}
258All figure properties can also be manipulated from the command line. Here's an example:
259\begin{verbatim}
260x=[0:0.1:pi];
261hold on % Plot multiple traces on one figure
262plot(x,sin(x))
263plot(x,cos(x),'--r')
264plot(x,tan(x),'.-g')
265title('Some Trig Functions Over 0 to \pi') % Note LaTeX markup!
266legend('{\it sin}(x)','{\it cos}(x)','{\it tan}(x)')
267hold off
268set(gca,'Ylim',[-3 3]) % Adjust Y limits of "current axes"
269set(gcf,'Units','inches') % Set figure size units of "current figure"
270set(gcf,'Position',[0,0,6,4]) % Set figure width (6 in.) and height (4 in.)
271cd n:\thesis\plots % Select where to save
272print -dpdf plot.pdf % Save as PDF
273\end{verbatim}
274
275\end{document}
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