Changeset 1c1c180


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Timestamp:
Feb 1, 2021, 4:59:45 PM (8 months ago)
Author:
Andrew Beach <ajbeach@…>
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  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/existing.tex

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    1212obvious to the reader.
    1313
    14 \section{\texorpdfstring{Overloading and \lstinline|extern|}{Overloading and extern}}
     14\section{\texorpdfstring{Overloading and \lstinline|extern|}
     15         {Overloading and extern}}
    1516\CFA has extensive overloading, allowing multiple definitions of the same name
    1617to be defined.~\cite{Moss18}
  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/features.tex

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    77Virtual types and casts are not required for a basic exception-system but are
    88useful for advanced exception features. However, \CFA is not object-oriented so
    9 there is no obvious concept of virtuals.  Hence, to create advanced exception
     9there is no obvious concept of virtuals. Hence, to create advanced exception
    1010features for this work, I needed to designed and implemented a virtual-like
    1111system for \CFA.
     
    3030\end{center}
    3131The hierarchy provides the ability to handle an exception at different degrees
    32 of specificity (left to right).  Hence, it is possible to catch a more general
     32of specificity (left to right). Hence, it is possible to catch a more general
    3333exception-type in higher-level code where the implementation details are
    3434unknown, which reduces tight coupling to the lower-level implementation.
     
    7878
    7979Exceptions are defined by the trait system; there are a series of traits, and
    80 if a type satisfies them, then it can be used as an exception.  The following
     80if a type satisfies them, then it can be used as an exception. The following
    8181is the base trait all exceptions need to match.
    8282\begin{cfa}
     
    9292\PAB{I do not understand this paragraph.}
    9393One odd thing about @get_exception_vtable@ is that it should always be a
    94 constant function, returning the same value regardless of its argument.  A
     94constant function, returning the same value regardless of its argument. A
    9595pointer or reference to the virtual table instance could be used instead,
    9696however using a function has some ease of implementation advantages and allows
    9797for easier disambiguation because the virtual type name (or the address of an
    9898instance that is in scope) can be used instead of the mangled virtual table
    99 name.  Also note the use of the word ``promise'' in the trait
     99name. Also note the use of the word ``promise'' in the trait
    100100description. Currently, \CFA cannot check to see if either @exceptT@ or
    101101@virtualT@ match the layout requirements. This is considered part of
     
    126126
    127127Finally there are three convenience macros for referring to the these traits:
    128 @IS_EXCEPTION@, @IS_TERMINATION_EXCEPTION@ and @IS_RESUMPTION_EXCEPTION@.  Each
     128@IS_EXCEPTION@, @IS_TERMINATION_EXCEPTION@ and @IS_RESUMPTION_EXCEPTION@. Each
    129129takes the virtual type's name, and for polymorphic types only, the
    130130parenthesized list of polymorphic arguments. These macros do the name mangling
     
    212212expression has a type with a @void defaultResumptionHandler(T &)@ (default
    213213handler) defined, where the handler is found at the call site by the type
    214 system.  At runtime, a representation of the exception type and an instance of
     214system. At runtime, a representation of the exception type and an instance of
    215215the exception type is \emph{not} copied because the stack is maintained during
    216216the handler search.
     
    306306exception matches, @CONDITION@ is executed. The condition expression may
    307307reference all names in scope at the beginning of the try block and @NAME@
    308 introduced in the handler clause.  If the condition is true, then the handler
     308introduced in the handler clause. If the condition is true, then the handler
    309309matches. Otherwise, the exception search continues at the next appropriate kind
    310310of handler clause in the try block.
     
    359359the end of the block. This requirement ensures always continues as if the
    360360finally clause is not present, \ie finally is for cleanup not changing control
    361 flow.  Because of this requirement, local control flow out of the finally block
    362 is forbidden.  The compiler precludes any @break@, @continue@, @fallthru@ or
     361flow. Because of this requirement, local control flow out of the finally block
     362is forbidden. The compiler precludes any @break@, @continue@, @fallthru@ or
    363363@return@ that causes control to leave the finally block. Other ways to leave
    364364the finally block, such as a long jump or termination are much harder to check,
     
    371371
    372372There is no special statement for starting a cancellation; instead the standard
    373 library function @cancel_stack@ is called passing an exception.  Unlike a
     373library function @cancel_stack@ is called passing an exception. Unlike a
    374374raise, this exception is not used in matching only to pass information about
    375375the cause of the cancellation.
     
    379379\item[Main Stack:]
    380380The main stack is the one used by the program main at the start of execution,
    381 and is the only stack in a sequential program.  Hence, when cancellation is
     381and is the only stack in a sequential program. Hence, when cancellation is
    382382forwarded to the main stack, there is no other forwarding stack, so after the
    383383stack is unwound, there is a program-level abort.
     
    385385\item[Thread Stack:]
    386386A thread stack is created for a @thread@ object or object that satisfies the
    387 @is_thread@ trait.  A thread only has two points of communication that must
     387@is_thread@ trait. A thread only has two points of communication that must
    388388happen: start and join. As the thread must be running to perform a
    389389cancellation, it must occur after start and before join, so join is a
    390 cancellation point.  After the stack is unwound, the thread halts and waits for
     390cancellation point. After the stack is unwound, the thread halts and waits for
    391391another thread to join with it. The joining thread, checks for a cancellation,
    392392and if present, resumes exception @ThreadCancelled@.
     
    408408
    409409\item[Coroutine Stack:] A coroutine stack is created for a @coroutine@ object
    410 or object that satisfies the @is_coroutine@ trait.  A coroutine only knows of
    411 two other coroutines, its starter and its last resumer.  The last resumer has
    412 the tightest coupling to the coroutine it activated.  Hence, cancellation of
     410or object that satisfies the @is_coroutine@ trait. A coroutine only knows of
     411two other coroutines, its starter and its last resumer. The last resumer has
     412the tightest coupling to the coroutine it activated. Hence, cancellation of
    413413the active coroutine is forwarded to the last resumer after the stack is
    414414unwound, as the last resumer has the most precise knowledge about the current
  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/implement.tex

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    278278@_URC_END_OF_STACK@.
    279279
    280 Second, when a handler is matched, raise exception continues onto the cleanup phase.
     280Second, when a handler is matched, raise exception continues onto the cleanup
     281phase.
    281282Once again, it calls the personality functions of each stack frame from newest
    282283to oldest. This pass stops at the stack frame containing the matching handler.
  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/thesis-frontpgs.tex

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    3636
    3737        A thesis \\
    38         presented to the University of Waterloo \\ 
     38        presented to the University of Waterloo \\
    3939        in fulfillment of the \\
    4040        thesis requirement for the degree of \\
     
    6464\cleardoublepage
    6565
    66  
     66
    6767%----------------------------------------------------------------------
    6868% EXAMINING COMMITTEE (Required for Ph.D. theses only)
     
    7171\begin{center}\textbf{Examining Committee Membership}\end{center}
    7272  \noindent
    73 The following served on the Examining Committee for this thesis. The decision of the Examining Committee is by majority vote.
    74   \bigskip
    75  
    76   \noindent
    77 \begin{tabbing}
    78 Internal-External Member: \=  \kill % using longest text to define tab length
    79 External Examiner: \>  Bruce Bruce \\
     73The following served on the Examining Committee for this thesis. The decision
     74of the Examining Committee is by majority vote.
     75  \bigskip
     76
     77  \noindent
     78\begin{tabbing}
     79Internal-External Member: \=  \kill % using longest text to define tab length
     80External Examiner: \>  Bruce Bruce \\
    8081\> Professor, Dept. of Philosophy of Zoology, University of Wallamaloo \\
    81 \end{tabbing} 
    82   \bigskip
    83  
     82\end{tabbing}
     83  \bigskip
     84
    8485  \noindent
    8586\begin{tabbing}
     
    9192\end{tabbing}
    9293  \bigskip
    93  
     94
    9495  \noindent
    9596  \begin{tabbing}
     
    99100\end{tabbing}
    100101  \bigskip
    101  
     102
    102103  \noindent
    103104\begin{tabbing}
     
    107108\end{tabbing}
    108109  \bigskip
    109  
     110
    110111  \noindent
    111112\begin{tabbing}
     
    123124  % December 13th, 2006.  It is designed for an electronic thesis.
    124125  \noindent
    125 I hereby declare that I am the sole author of this thesis. This is a true copy of the thesis, including any required final revisions, as accepted by my examiners.
    126 
    127   \bigskip
    128  
     126I hereby declare that I am the sole author of this thesis. This is a true copy
     127of the thesis, including any required final revisions, as accepted by my
     128examiners.
     129
     130  \bigskip
     131
    129132  \noindent
    130133I understand that my thesis may be made electronically available to the public.
  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/thesis.tex

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    4545% FRONT MATERIAL
    4646%----------------------------------------------------------------------
    47 \input{thesis-frontpgs} 
     47\input{thesis-frontpgs}
    4848
    4949%----------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    6565A \gls{computer} could compute $\pi$ all day long. In fact, subsets of digits
    6666of $\pi$'s decimal approximation would make a good source for psuedo-random
    67 vectors, \gls{rvec} . 
     67vectors, \gls{rvec} .
    6868
    6969%----------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    9696
    9797\begin{itemize}
    98 \item A well-prepared PDF should be 
     98\item A well-prepared PDF should be
    9999  \begin{enumerate}
    100100    \item Of reasonable size, {\it i.e.} photos cropped and compressed.
    101     \item Scalable, to allow enlargment of text and drawings. 
    102   \end{enumerate} 
     101    \item Scalable, to allow enlargment of text and drawings.
     102  \end{enumerate}
    103103\item Photos must be bit maps, and so are not scaleable by definition. TIFF and
    104104BMP are uncompressed formats, while JPEG is compressed. Most photos can be
    105105compressed without losing their illustrative value.
    106 \item Drawings that you make should be scalable vector graphics, \emph{not} 
     106\item Drawings that you make should be scalable vector graphics, \emph{not}
    107107bit maps. Some scalable vector file formats are: EPS, SVG, PNG, WMF. These can
    108 all be converted into PNG or PDF, that pdflatex recognizes. Your drawing 
    109 package probably can export to one of these formats directly. Otherwise, a 
    110 common procedure is to print-to-file through a Postscript printer driver to 
    111 create a PS file, then convert that to EPS (encapsulated PS, which has a 
    112 bounding box to describe its exact size rather than a whole page). 
     108all be converted into PNG or PDF, that pdflatex recognizes. Your drawing
     109package probably can export to one of these formats directly. Otherwise, a
     110common procedure is to print-to-file through a Postscript printer driver to
     111create a PS file, then convert that to EPS (encapsulated PS, which has a
     112bounding box to describe its exact size rather than a whole page).
    113113Programs such as GSView (a Ghostscript GUI) can create both EPS and PDF from
    114114PS files. Appendix~\ref{AppendixA} shows how to generate properly sized Matlab
    115115plots and save them as PDF.
    116116\item It's important to crop your photos and draw your figures to the size that
    117 you want to appear in your thesis. Scaling photos with the 
    118 includegraphics command will cause loss of resolution. And scaling down 
     117you want to appear in your thesis. Scaling photos with the
     118includegraphics command will cause loss of resolution. And scaling down
    119119drawings may cause any text annotations to become too small.
    120120\end{itemize}
    121  
     121
    122122For more information on \LaTeX\, see the uWaterloo Skills for the
    123 Academic Workplace \href{https://uwaterloo.ca/information-systems-technology/services/electronic-thesis-preparation-and-submission-support/ethesis-guide/creating-pdf-version-your-thesis/creating-pdf-files-using-latex/latex-ethesis-and-large-documents}{course notes}. 
     123Academic Workplace \href{https://uwaterloo.ca/information-systems-technology/services/electronic-thesis-preparation-and-submission-support/ethesis-guide/creating-pdf-version-your-thesis/creating-pdf-files-using-latex/latex-ethesis-and-large-documents}{course notes}.
    124124\footnote{
    125125Note that while it is possible to include hyperlinks to external documents,
    126 it is not wise to do so, since anything you can't control may change over time. 
    127 It \emph{would} be appropriate and necessary to provide external links to 
    128 additional resources for a multimedia ``enhanced'' thesis. 
    129 But also note that if the \package{hyperref} package is not included, 
    130 as for the print-optimized option in this thesis template, any \cmmd{href} 
     126it is not wise to do so, since anything you can't control may change over time.
     127It \emph{would} be appropriate and necessary to provide external links to
     128additional resources for a multimedia ``enhanced'' thesis.
     129But also note that if the \package{hyperref} package is not included,
     130as for the print-optimized option in this thesis template, any \cmmd{href}
    131131commands in your logical document are no longer defined.
    132132A work-around employed by this thesis template is to define a dummy
    133 \cmmd{href} command (which does nothing) in the preamble of the document, 
    134 before the \package{hyperref} package is included. 
     133\cmmd{href} command (which does nothing) in the preamble of the document,
     134before the \package{hyperref} package is included.
    135135The dummy definition is then redifined by the
    136136\package{hyperref} package when it is included.
     
    138138
    139139The classic book by Leslie Lamport \cite{lamport.book}, author of \LaTeX , is
    140 worth a look too, and the many available add-on packages are described by 
     140worth a look too, and the many available add-on packages are described by
    141141Goossens \textit{et al} \cite{goossens.book}.
    142142
     
    180180Export Setup button in the figure Property Editor.
    181181
    182 \section{From the Command Line} 
     182\section{From the Command Line}
    183183All figure properties can also be manipulated from the command line. Here's an
    184 example: 
     184example:
    185185\begin{verbatim}
    186186x=[0:0.1:pi];
  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/uw-ethesis-frontpgs.tex

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    3030        \normalsize
    3131        A thesis \\
    32         presented to the University of Waterloo \\ 
     32        presented to the University of Waterloo \\
    3333        in fulfillment of the \\
    3434        thesis requirement for the degree of \\
     
    4747\end{titlepage}
    4848
    49 % The rest of the front pages should contain no headers and be numbered using Roman numerals starting with `ii'
     49% The rest of the front pages should contain no headers and be numbered using
     50% Roman numerals starting with `ii'.
    5051\pagestyle{plain}
    5152\setcounter{page}{2}
    5253
    53 \cleardoublepage % Ends the current page and causes all figures and tables that have so far appeared in the input to be printed.
    54 % In a two-sided printing style, it also makes the next page a right-hand (odd-numbered) page, producing a blank page if necessary.
     54\cleardoublepage % Ends the current page and causes all figures and tables
     55% that have so far appeared in the input to be printed. In a two-sided
     56% printing style, it also makes the next page a right-hand (odd-numbered)
     57% page, producing a blank page if necessary.
    5558
    56 \begin{comment} 
     59\begin{comment}
    5760% E X A M I N I N G   C O M M I T T E E (Required for Ph.D. theses only)
    5861% Remove or comment out the lines below to remove this page
    5962\begin{center}\textbf{Examining Committee Membership}\end{center}
    6063  \noindent
    61 The following served on the Examining Committee for this thesis. The decision of the Examining Committee is by majority vote.
     64The following served on the Examining Committee for this thesis.
     65The decision of the Examining Committee is by majority vote.
    6266  \bigskip
    63  
     67
    6468  \noindent
    6569\begin{tabbing}
    6670Internal-External Member: \=  \kill % using longest text to define tab length
    67 External Examiner: \>  Bruce Bruce \\ 
     71External Examiner: \>  Bruce Bruce \\
    6872\> Professor, Dept. of Philosophy of Zoology, University of Wallamaloo \\
    69 \end{tabbing} 
     73\end{tabbing}
    7074  \bigskip
    71  
     75
    7276  \noindent
    7377\begin{tabbing}
     
    7983\end{tabbing}
    8084  \bigskip
    81  
     85
    8286  \noindent
    8387  \begin{tabbing}
     
    8791\end{tabbing}
    8892  \bigskip
    89  
     93
    9094  \noindent
    9195\begin{tabbing}
     
    9599\end{tabbing}
    96100  \bigskip
    97  
     101
    98102  \noindent
    99103\begin{tabbing}
     
    111115  % December 13th, 2006.  It is designed for an electronic thesis.
    112116 \begin{center}\textbf{Author's Declaration}\end{center}
    113  
     117
    114118 \noindent
    115 I hereby declare that I am the sole author of this thesis. This is a true copy of the thesis, including any required final revisions, as accepted by my examiners.
     119I hereby declare that I am the sole author of this thesis. This is a true copy
     120of the thesis, including any required final revisions, as accepted by my
     121examiners.
    116122
    117123  \bigskip
    118  
     124
    119125  \noindent
    120126I understand that my thesis may be made electronically available to the public.
  • doc/theses/andrew_beach_MMath/uw-ethesis.tex

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    11%======================================================================
    2 % University of Waterloo Thesis Template for LaTeX 
    3 % Last Updated November, 2020 
    4 % by Stephen Carr, IST Client Services, 
     2% University of Waterloo Thesis Template for LaTeX
     3% Last Updated November, 2020
     4% by Stephen Carr, IST Client Services,
    55% University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave. W., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
    66% FOR ASSISTANCE, please send mail to request@uwaterloo.ca
    77
    88% DISCLAIMER
    9 % To the best of our knowledge, this template satisfies the current uWaterloo thesis requirements.
    10 % However, it is your responsibility to assure that you have met all requirements of the University and your particular department.
    11 
    12 % Many thanks for the feedback from many graduates who assisted the development of this template.
    13 % Also note that there are explanatory comments and tips throughout this template.
     9% To the best of our knowledge, this template satisfies the current uWaterloo
     10% thesis requirements. However, it is your responsibility to assure that you
     11% have met all requirements of the University and your particular department.
     12
     13% Many thanks for the feedback from many graduates who assisted the
     14% development of this template. Also note that there are explanatory comments
     15% and tips throughout this template.
    1416%======================================================================
    1517% Some important notes on using this template and making it your own...
    1618
    17 % The University of Waterloo has required electronic thesis submission since October 2006.
    18 % See the uWaterloo thesis regulations at
    19 % https://uwaterloo.ca/graduate-studies/thesis.
    20 % This thesis template is geared towards generating a PDF version optimized for viewing on an electronic display, including hyperlinks within the PDF.
    21 
    22 % DON'T FORGET TO ADD YOUR OWN NAME AND TITLE in the "hyperref" package configuration below.
    23 % THIS INFORMATION GETS EMBEDDED IN THE PDF FINAL PDF DOCUMENT.
    24 % You can view the information if you view properties of the PDF document.
    25 
    26 % Many faculties/departments also require one or more printed copies.
    27 % This template attempts to satisfy both types of output.
     19% The University of Waterloo has required electronic thesis submission since
     20% October 2006. See the uWaterloo thesis regulations at:
     21%   https://uwaterloo.ca/graduate-studies/thesis.
     22% This thesis template is geared towards generating a PDF version optimized
     23% for viewing on an electronic display, including hyperlinks within the PDF.
     24
     25% DON'T FORGET TO ADD YOUR OWN NAME AND TITLE in the "hyperref" package
     26% configuration below. THIS INFORMATION GETS EMBEDDED IN THE FINAL PDF
     27% DOCUMENT. You can view the information if you view properties of the PDF.
     28
     29% Many faculties/departments also require one or more printed copies.
     30% This template attempts to satisfy both types of output.
    2831% See additional notes below.
    29 % It is based on the standard "book" document class which provides all necessary sectioning structures and allows multi-part theses.
    30 
    31 % If you are using this template in Overleaf (cloud-based collaboration service), then it is automatically processed and previewed for you as you edit.
    32 
    33 % For people who prefer to install their own LaTeX distributions on their own computers, and process the source files manually, the following notes provide the sequence of tasks:
    34  
     32% It is based on the standard "book" document class which provides all
     33% necessary sectioning structures and allows multi-part theses.
     34
     35% If you are using this template in Overleaf (cloud-based collaboration
     36% service), then it is automatically processed and previewed for you as you
     37% edit.
     38
     39% For people who prefer to install their own LaTeX distributions on their own
     40% computers, and process the source files manually, the following notes
     41% provide the sequence of tasks:
     42
    3543% E.g. to process a thesis called "mythesis.tex" based on this template, run:
    3644
    3745% pdflatex mythesis     -- first pass of the pdflatex processor
    3846% bibtex mythesis       -- generates bibliography from .bib data file(s)
    39 % makeindex         -- should be run only if an index is used
    40 % pdflatex mythesis     -- fixes numbering in cross-references, bibliographic references, glossaries, index, etc.
    41 % pdflatex mythesis     -- it takes a couple of passes to completely process all cross-references
    42 
    43 % If you use the recommended LaTeX editor, Texmaker, you would open the mythesis.tex file, then click the PDFLaTeX button. Then run BibTeX (under the Tools menu).
    44 % Then click the PDFLaTeX button two more times.
    45 % If you have an index as well,you'll need to run MakeIndex from the Tools menu as well, before running pdflatex
    46 % the last two times.
    47 
    48 % N.B. The "pdftex" program allows graphics in the following formats to be included with the "\includegraphics" command: PNG, PDF, JPEG, TIFF
    49 % Tip: Generate your figures and photos in the size you want them to appear in your thesis, rather than scaling them with \includegraphics options.
    50 % Tip: Any drawings you do should be in scalable vector graphic formats: SVG, PNG, WMF, EPS and then converted to PNG or PDF, so they are scalable in the final PDF as well.
     47% makeindex         -- should be run only if an index is used
     48% pdflatex mythesis     -- fixes numbering in cross-references, bibliographic
     49%                      references, glossaries, index, etc.
     50% pdflatex mythesis     -- it takes a couple of passes to completely process all
     51%                      cross-references
     52
     53% If you use the recommended LaTeX editor, Texmaker, you would open the
     54% mythesis.tex file, then click the PDFLaTeX button. Then run BibTeX (under
     55% the Tools menu). Then click the PDFLaTeX button two more times.
     56% If you have an index as well, you'll need to run MakeIndex from the Tools
     57% menu as well, before running pdflatex the last two times.
     58
     59% N.B. The "pdftex" program allows graphics in the following formats to be
     60% included with the "\includegraphics" command: PNG, PDF, JPEG, TIFF
     61% Tip: Generate your figures and photos in the size you want them to appear
     62% in your thesis, rather than scaling them with \includegraphics options.
     63% Tip: Any drawings you do should be in scalable vector graphic formats: SVG,
     64% PNG, WMF, EPS and then converted to PNG or PDF, so they are scalable in the
     65% final PDF as well.
    5166% Tip: Photographs should be cropped and compressed so as not to be too large.
    5267
    53 % To create a PDF output that is optimized for double-sided printing:
    54 % 1) comment-out the \documentclass statement in the preamble below, and un-comment the second \documentclass line.
    55 % 2) change the value assigned below to the boolean variable "PrintVersion" from " false" to "true".
    56 
    57 %======================================================================
     68% To create a PDF output that is optimized for double-sided printing:
     69% 1) comment-out the \documentclass statement in the preamble below, and
     70%    un-comment the second \documentclass line.
     71% 2) change the value assigned below to the boolean variable "PrintVersion"
     72%    from " false" to "true".
     73
     74% ======================================================================
    5875%   D O C U M E N T   P R E A M B L E
    59 % Specify the document class, default style attributes, and page dimensions, etc.
     76% Specify the document class, default style attributes, page dimensions, etc.
    6077% For hyperlinked PDF, suitable for viewing on a computer, use this:
    6178\documentclass[letterpaper,12pt,titlepage,oneside,final]{book}
    6279
    63 % For PDF, suitable for double-sided printing, change the PrintVersion variable below to "true" and use this \documentclass line instead of the one above:
     80% For PDF, suitable for double-sided printing, change the PrintVersion
     81% variable below to "true" and use this \documentclass line instead of the
     82% one above:
    6483%\documentclass[letterpaper,12pt,titlepage,openright,twoside,final]{book}
    6584
    6685% Some LaTeX commands I define for my own nomenclature.
    67 % If you have to, it's easier to make changes to nomenclature once here than in a million places throughout your thesis!
     86% If you have to, it's easier to make changes to nomenclature once here than
     87% in a million places throughout your thesis!
    6888\newcommand{\package}[1]{\textbf{#1}} % package names in bold text
    69 \newcommand{\cmmd}[1]{\textbackslash\texttt{#1}} % command name in tt font
    70 \newcommand{\href}[1]{#1} % does nothing, but defines the command so the print-optimized version will ignore \href tags (redefined by hyperref pkg).
     89\newcommand{\cmmd}[1]{\textbackslash\texttt{#1}} % command name in tt font
     90\newcommand{\href}[1]{#1} % does nothing, but defines the command so the
     91% print-optimized version will ignore \href tags (redefined by hyperref pkg).
    7192%\newcommand{\texorpdfstring}[2]{#1} % does nothing, but defines the command
    7293% Anything defined here may be redefined by packages added below...
     
    7697\newboolean{PrintVersion}
    7798\setboolean{PrintVersion}{false}
    78 % CHANGE THIS VALUE TO "true" as necessary, to improve printed results for hard copies by overriding some options of the hyperref package, called below.
     99% CHANGE THIS VALUE TO "true" as necessary, to improve printed results for
     100% hard copies by overriding some options of the hyperref package, called below.
    79101
    80102%\usepackage{nomencl} % For a nomenclature (optional; available from ctan.org)
    81 \usepackage{amsmath,amssymb,amstext} % Lots of math symbols and environments
    82 \usepackage[pdftex]{graphicx} % For including graphics N.B. pdftex graphics driver
     103% Lots of math symbols and environments
     104\usepackage{amsmath,amssymb,amstext}
     105% For including graphics N.B. pdftex graphics driver
     106\usepackage[pdftex]{graphicx}
    83107
    84108% Hyperlinks make it very easy to navigate an electronic document.
    85 % In addition, this is where you should specify the thesis title and author as they appear in the properties of the PDF document.
     109% In addition, this is where you should specify the thesis title and author as
     110% they appear in the properties of the PDF document.
    86111% Use the "hyperref" package
    87112% N.B. HYPERREF MUST BE THE LAST PACKAGE LOADED; ADD ADDITIONAL PKGS ABOVE
    88113\usepackage[pdftex,pagebackref=true]{hyperref} % with basic options
    89114%\usepackage[pdftex,pagebackref=true]{hyperref}
    90                 % N.B. pagebackref=true provides links back from the References to the body text. This can cause trouble for printing.
     115% N.B. pagebackref=true provides links back from the References to the body
     116% text. This can cause trouble for printing.
    91117\hypersetup{
    92118    plainpages=false,       % needed if Roman numbers in frontpages
     
    96122    pdffitwindow=false,     % window fit to page when opened
    97123    pdfstartview={FitH},    % fits the width of the page to the window
    98 %    pdftitle={uWaterloo\ LaTeX\ Thesis\ Template},    % title: CHANGE THIS TEXT!
     124%    pdftitle={uWaterloo\ LaTeX\ Thesis\ Template}, % title: CHANGE THIS TEXT!
    99125%    pdfauthor={Author},    % author: CHANGE THIS TEXT! and uncomment this line
    100126%    pdfsubject={Subject},  % subject: CHANGE THIS TEXT! and uncomment this line
    101 %    pdfkeywords={keyword1} {key2} {key3}, % list of keywords, and uncomment this line if desired
     127%    pdfkeywords={keyword1} {key2} {key3}, % optional list of keywords
    102128    pdfnewwindow=true,      % links in new window
    103129    colorlinks=true,        % false: boxed links; true: colored links
     
    107133    urlcolor=cyan           % color of external links
    108134}
    109 \ifthenelse{\boolean{PrintVersion}}{   % for improved print quality, change some hyperref options
     135% for improved print quality, change some hyperref options
     136\ifthenelse{\boolean{PrintVersion}}{
    110137\hypersetup{    % override some previously defined hyperref options
    111138%    colorlinks,%
     
    116143}{} % end of ifthenelse (no else)
    117144
    118 \usepackage[automake,toc,abbreviations]{glossaries-extra} % Exception to the rule of hyperref being the last add-on package
    119 % If glossaries-extra is not in your LaTeX distribution, get it from CTAN (http://ctan.org/pkg/glossaries-extra),
    120 % although it's supposed to be in both the TeX Live and MikTeX distributions. There are also documentation and
    121 % installation instructions there.
     145% Exception to the rule of hyperref being the last add-on package
     146\usepackage[automake,toc,abbreviations]{glossaries-extra}
     147% If glossaries-extra is not in your LaTeX distribution, get it from CTAN
     148% (http://ctan.org/pkg/glossaries-extra), although it's supposed to be in
     149% both the TeX Live and MikTeX distributions. There are also documentation
     150% and installation instructions there.
    122151
    123152% Setting up the page margins...
    124 \setlength{\textheight}{9in}\setlength{\topmargin}{-0.45in}\setlength{\headsep}{0.25in}
    125 % uWaterloo thesis requirements specify a minimum of 1 inch (72pt) margin at the
    126 % top, bottom, and outside page edges and a 1.125 in. (81pt) gutter margin (on binding side).
    127 % While this is not an issue for electronic viewing, a PDF may be printed, and so we have the same page layout for both printed and electronic versions, we leave the gutter margin in.
    128 % Set margins to minimum permitted by uWaterloo thesis regulations:
     153\setlength{\textheight}{9in}
     154\setlength{\topmargin}{-0.45in}
     155\setlength{\headsep}{0.25in}
     156% uWaterloo thesis requirements specify a minimum of 1 inch (72pt) margin at
     157% the top, bottom, and outside page edges and a 1.125 in. (81pt) gutter margin
     158% (on binding side). While this is not an issue for electronic viewing, a PDF
     159% may be printed, and so we have the same page layout for both printed and
     160% electronic versions, we leave the gutter margin in. Set margins to minimum
     161% permitted by uWaterloo thesis regulations:
    129162\setlength{\marginparwidth}{0pt} % width of margin notes
    130163% N.B. If margin notes are used, you must adjust \textwidth, \marginparwidth
    131164% and \marginparsep so that the space left between the margin notes and page
    132165% edge is less than 15 mm (0.6 in.)
    133 \setlength{\marginparsep}{0pt} % width of space between body text and margin notes
    134 \setlength{\evensidemargin}{0.125in} % Adds 1/8 in. to binding side of all
     166% width of space between body text and margin notes
     167\setlength{\marginparsep}{0pt}
     168% Adds 1/8 in. to binding side of all
    135169% even-numbered pages when the "twoside" printing option is selected
    136 \setlength{\oddsidemargin}{0.125in} % Adds 1/8 in. to the left of all pages when "oneside" printing is selected, and to the left of all odd-numbered pages when "twoside" printing is selected
    137 \setlength{\textwidth}{6.375in} % assuming US letter paper (8.5 in. x 11 in.) and side margins as above
     170\setlength{\evensidemargin}{0.125in}
     171% Adds 1/8 in. to the left of all pages when "oneside" printing is selected,
     172% and to the left of all odd-numbered pages when "twoside" printing is selected
     173\setlength{\oddsidemargin}{0.125in}
     174% assuming US letter paper (8.5 in. x 11 in.) and side margins as above
     175\setlength{\textwidth}{6.375in}
    138176\raggedbottom
    139177
    140 % The following statement specifies the amount of space between paragraphs. Other reasonable specifications are \bigskipamount and \smallskipamount.
     178% The following statement specifies the amount of space between paragraphs.
     179% Other reasonable specifications are \bigskipamount and \smallskipamount.
    141180\setlength{\parskip}{\medskipamount}
    142181
    143 % The following statement controls the line spacing. 
    144 % The default spacing corresponds to good typographic conventions and only slight changes (e.g., perhaps "1.2"), if any, should be made.
     182% The following statement controls the line spacing.
     183% The default spacing corresponds to good typographic conventions and only
     184% slight changes (e.g., perhaps "1.2"), if any, should be made.
    145185\renewcommand{\baselinestretch}{1} % this is the default line space setting
    146186
    147187% By default, each chapter will start on a recto (right-hand side) page.
    148 % We also force each section of the front pages to start on a recto page by inserting \cleardoublepage commands.
    149 % In many cases, this will require that the verso (left-hand) page be blank, and while it should be counted, a page number should not be printed.
    150 % The following statements ensure a page number is not printed on an otherwise blank verso page.
     188% We also force each section of the front pages to start on a recto page by
     189% inserting \cleardoublepage commands. In many cases, this will require that
     190% the verso (left-hand) page be blank, and while it should be counted, a page
     191% number should not be printed. The following statements ensure a page number
     192% is not printed on an otherwise blank verso page.
    151193\let\origdoublepage\cleardoublepage
    152194\newcommand{\clearemptydoublepage}{%
     
    154196\let\cleardoublepage\clearemptydoublepage
    155197
    156 % Define Glossary terms (This is properly done here, in the preamble and could also be \input{} from a separate file...)
     198% Define Glossary terms (This is properly done here, in the preamble and
     199% could also be \input{} from a separate file...)
    157200\input{glossaries}
    158201\makeglossaries
     
    169212%   L O G I C A L    D O C U M E N T
    170213% The logical document contains the main content of your thesis.
    171 % Being a large document, it is a good idea to divide your thesis into several files, each one containing one chapter or other significant chunk of content, so you can easily shuffle things around later if desired.
     214% Being a large document, it is a good idea to divide your thesis into several
     215% files, each one containing one chapter or other significant chunk of content,
     216% so you can easily shuffle things around later if desired.
    172217%======================================================================
    173218\begin{document}
     
    176221% FRONT MATERIAL
    177222% title page,declaration, borrowers' page, abstract, acknowledgements,
    178 % dedication, table of contents, list of tables, list of figures, nomenclature, etc.
    179 %----------------------------------------------------------------------
    180 \input{uw-ethesis-frontpgs}
     223% dedication, table of contents, list of tables, list of figures,
     224% nomenclature, etc.
     225%----------------------------------------------------------------------
     226\input{uw-ethesis-frontpgs}
    181227
    182228%----------------------------------------------------------------------
    183229% MAIN BODY
    184230% We suggest using a separate file for each chapter of your thesis.
    185 % Start each chapter file with the \chapter command.
    186 % Only use \documentclass or \begin{document} and \end{document} commands in this master document.
     231% Start each chapter file with the \chapter command. Only use \documentclass,
     232% \begin{document} and \end{document} commands in this master document.
    187233% Tip: Putting each sentence on a new line is a way to simplify later editing.
    188234%----------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    200246% Bibliography
    201247
    202 % The following statement selects the style to use for references. 
    203 % It controls the sort order of the entries in the bibliography and also the formatting for the in-text labels.
     248% The following statement selects the style to use for references.
     249% It controls the sort order of the entries in the bibliography and also the
     250% formatting for the in-text labels.
    204251\bibliographystyle{plain}
    205 % This specifies the location of the file containing the bibliographic information. 
    206 % It assumes you're using BibTeX to manage your references (if not, why not?).
    207 \cleardoublepage % This is needed if the "book" document class is used, to place the anchor in the correct page, because the bibliography will start on its own page.
    208 % Use \clearpage instead if the document class uses the "oneside" argument
    209 \phantomsection  % With hyperref package, enables hyperlinking from the table of contents to bibliography             
    210 % The following statement causes the title "References" to be used for the bibliography section:
     252% This specifies the location of the file containing the bibliographic
     253% information. It assumes you're using BibTeX to manage your references (if
     254% not, why not?).
     255\cleardoublepage % This is needed if the "book" document class is used, to
     256% place the anchor in the correct page, because the bibliography will start
     257% on its own page.
     258% Use \clearpage instead if the document class uses the "oneside" argument.
     259\phantomsection  % With hyperref package, enables hyperlinking from the table
     260% of contents to bibliography.
     261% The following statement causes the title "References" to be used for the
     262% bibliography section:
    211263\renewcommand*{\bibname}{References}
    212264
     
    215267
    216268\bibliography{uw-ethesis,pl}
    217 % Tip: You can create multiple .bib files to organize your references.
    218 % Just list them all in the \bibliogaphy command, separated by commas (no spaces).
    219 
    220 % The following statement causes the specified references to be added to the bibliography even if they were not cited in the text.
    221 % The asterisk is a wildcard that causes all entries in the bibliographic database to be included (optional).
     269% Tip: You can create multiple .bib files to organize your references. Just
     270% list them all in the \bibliogaphy command, separated by commas (no spaces).
     271
     272% The following statement causes the specified references to be added to the
     273% bibliography even if they were not cited in the text. The asterisk is a
     274% wildcard that causes all entries in the bibliographic database to be
     275% included (optional).
    222276% \nocite{*}
    223277%----------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    227281% The \appendix statement indicates the beginning of the appendices.
    228282\appendix
    229 % Add an un-numbered title page before the appendices and a line in the Table of Contents
     283% Add an un-numbered title page before the appendices and a line in the Table
     284% of Contents
    230285% \chapter*{APPENDICES}
    231286% \addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{APPENDICES}
    232 % Appendices are just more chapters, with different labeling (letters instead of numbers).
     287% Appendices are just more chapters, with different labeling (letters instead
     288% of numbers).
    233289% \input{appendix-matlab_plots.tex}
    234290
    235 % GLOSSARIES (Lists of definitions, abbreviations, symbols, etc. provided by the glossaries-extra package)
     291% GLOSSARIES (Lists of definitions, abbreviations, symbols, etc.
     292% provided by the glossaries-extra package)
    236293% -----------------------------
    237294\printglossaries
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