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%!TEX TS-program = /usr/texbin/pdflatex
%!GEDIT texbin = /usr/local/texlive/current/bin/x86_64-linux/pdflatex
%
% This template is MIT licensed. :) ----
% Basic file to demonstrate the usage of this LaTeX template.
% You can build your own paper/thesis on top of this file.
% Simply adjust the document class and all metadata and start working.
%
\documentclass[
language=english, % set to english or german
type=master, % set to bachelor, master or seminar
citationstyle=misq % set to apa or misq. Please ask your supervisor which style you should use.
]{isthesis}
% Graphics rendering using TikZ
% See: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/PGF/TikZ
\usepackage{tikz}
% Include required TikZ libraries here, some exemplary libraries are pre-included
\usetikzlibrary{calc}
\usetikzlibrary{matrix}
\usetikzlibrary{positioning}
\usetikzlibrary{shapes.geometric}
% Import acronyms
\input{acronyms}
% Import symbols
\input{symbols}
% Document meta information
\isthesis{
title={A \LaTeX \- template for writing theses},
author-firstname={Firstname Middlename},
author-lastname={Lastname},
author-email={student@fau.de},
author-phone={+49 251 8338100}, % Use international numbers format
author-matriculation={123456},
author-address={Lange Gasse 20},
author-zip={90403},
author-city={N\"{u}rnberg},
principal-supervisor={Prof. Dr. Martin Matzner}, % This has to be a professor
associate-supervisor={Firstname Lastname, M.Sc.}, % This is your main supervisor, i.e., a post doc or PhD student
tutor-supervisor={}, % If required, define an additional supervisor resp. tutor here
group={Chair of Digital Industrial Information Systems},
group-institute={Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg},
studies={International Information Systems}, %your field of studies, i.e. Wirtschaftsinformatik or International Information Systems
%associate-group={}, % When the thesis is done in cooperation with another chair, add it here
%associate-group-institute={}, % add cooperating institute or university here
seminar={Scientific Writing for Beginners}, % The title of your seminar
submission-date={2017-02-01}, % The date you handed in your document
%primary-logo={}, % Uses the WWU logo by default
%primary-logo-height={}, % Uses 16mm as default height
%secondary-logo={}, % Logo of the secondary institution (cooperating chair/university), USES Faculty logo by default
%secondary-logo-height={} % Uses 16mm as default height
}
\begin{document}
% Title page
\maketitle
% Quote
% You can put an optional quote page in front of your content
\quotepage[author={Arthur C. Clarke}]{
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
}
% Table of contents
\tableofcontents
% List of figures (if you have figures)
\listoffigures
% List of tables (if you have tables)
\listoftables
% List of listings (if you have listings)
\lstlistoflistings
% List of abbreviations (if you use acronyms)
\listofabbreviations
% List of symbols (if you use symbols)
\listofsymbols
% Abstract
%
% Comment out this part, if you don't require an abstract
\begin{abstract}
\input{abstract}
\end{abstract}
% Content
\begin{content}
\input{body01}
% Add your content files here
\end{content}
% Appendix
\begin{appendix}
\input{appendix}
\end{appendix}
% References
\references{library}
% Declaration of authorship
% \authorshipstatement[pagenumbering=false]
\authorshipstatement[pagenumbering=true]
% \authorshipstatement[pagenumbering=only]
% Consent form for use of plagiarism detection software
% \consentform[pagenumbering=false]
% \consentform[pagenumbering=true] %TODO: has to be adapted to FAU
% \consentform[pagenumbering=only]
% Bonus: Wordcount
% cd %FOLDER WHERE THE .tex FILES ARE IN %
% clear
% texcount -total -q -col -sum *.tex
\end{document}
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%!TEX TS-program = /usr/texbin/pdflatex
%!GEDIT texbin = /usr/local/texlive/current/bin/x86_64-linux/pdflatex
%
% This template is MIT licensed.
%
% Basic file to demonstrate the usage of this LaTeX template.
% You can build your own paper/thesis on top of this file.
% Simply adjust the document class and all metadata and start working.
%
\documentclass[
language=german, % set to english or german
type=master, % set to bachelor, master or seminar
citationstyle=misq % set to apa or misq. Please ask your supervisor which style you should use.
]{isthesis}
% Graphics rendering using TikZ
% See: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX/PGF/TikZ
\usepackage{tikz}
% Include required TikZ libraries here, some exemplary libraries are pre-included
\usetikzlibrary{calc}
\usetikzlibrary{matrix}
\usetikzlibrary{positioning}
\usetikzlibrary{shapes.geometric}
% Import acronyms
\input{acronyms}
% Import symbols
\input{symbols}
% Document meta information
\isthesis{
title={Eine \LaTeX--Vorlage zur Anfertigung wissenschaftlicher Arbeiten},
author-firstname={Vorname Mittelname},
author-lastname={Nachname},
author-email={student@fau.de},
author-phone={+49 251 8338100}, % Use international numbers format
author-matriculation={123456},
author-address={Lange Gasse 20},
author-zip={90403},
author-city={N\"{u}rnberg},
principal-supervisor={Prof. Dr. Martin Matzner}, % This has to be a professor
associate-supervisor={Vorname Nachname, M.Sc.}, % This is your main supervisor, i.e., a post doc or PhD student
tutor-supervisor={}, % If required, define an additional supervisor resp. tutor here
group={Lehrstuhl f\"ur Digital Industrial Service Systems},
group-institute={Friedrich-Alexander-Universit\"at Erlangen-N\"urnberg},
studies={Wirtschaftsinformatik}, %your field of studies, i.e. Wirtschaftsinformatik or Information Systems
%associate-group={}, % When the thesis is done in cooperation with another chair, add it here
%associate-group-institute={}, % add cooperating institute or university here
seminar={Wissenschaftliches Schreiben für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene}, % The title of your seminar
submission-date={2017-02-01}, % The date you handed in your document
%primary-logo={}, % Uses the WWU logo by default
%primary-logo-height={}, % Uses 16mm as default height
%secondary-logo={}, % Logo of the secondary institution (cooperating chair/university), USES Faculty logo by default
%secondary-logo-height={} % Uses 16mm as default height
}
\begin{document}
% Title page
\maketitle
% Quote
% You can put an optional quote page in front of your content
\quotepage[author={Arthur C. Clarke}]{
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
}
% Table of contents
\tableofcontents
% List of figures (if you have figures)
\listoffigures
% List of tables (if you have tables)
\listoftables
% List of listings (if you have listings)
\lstlistoflistings
% List of abbreviations (if you use acronyms)
\listofabbreviations
% List of symbols (if you use symbols)
\listofsymbols
% Abstract
%
% Comment out this part, if you don't require an abstract
\begin{abstract}
\input{abstract}
\end{abstract}
% Content
\begin{content}
\input{body01}
% Add your content files here
\end{content}
% Appendix
\begin{appendix}
\input{appendix}
\end{appendix}
% References
\references{library}
% Declaration of authorship
% \authorshipstatement[pagenumbering=false]
\authorshipstatement[pagenumbering=true]
% \authorshipstatement[pagenumbering=only]
% Consent form for use of plagiarism detection software
% \consentform[pagenumbering=false]
%\consentform[pagenumbering=true] %TODO: has to be adapted to FAU
% \consentform[pagenumbering=only]
% Bonus: Wordcount
% cd %FOLDER WHERE THE .tex FILES ARE IN %
% clear
% texcount -total -q -col -sum *.tex
\end{document}
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module.exports = function(grunt) {
grunt.initConfig({
pdflatex: {
options: {
executable: "pdflatex"
},
thesis: {
files: [{
src: "00_thesis.tex"
}]
}
},
watch: {
thesis: {
files: ['*.tex', '*.cls'],
tasks: [
'pdflatex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'glossaries:thesis',
'bibtex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'wordcount:thesis'
],
options: {
spawn: false,
},
}
},
glossaries: {
options: {
executable: "makeglossaries" /* might have to be changed for your system */
},
thesis: {
files: [{
src: ['*.glo', '*.acn']
}]
}
},
wordcount: {
thesis: {
files: [{
src: '*.tex'
}]
}
},
bibtex: {
options: {
executable: "bibtex"
},
thesis: {
files: [{
src: "00_thesis.aux"
}]
}
}
});
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-concat');
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-watch');
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-tex-pdflatex');
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-tex-glossaries');
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-tex-bibtex');
grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-tex-wordcount');
grunt.registerTask('build', [
'pdflatex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'glossaries:thesis',
'bibtex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'wordcount:thesis'
]);
grunt.registerTask('default', [
'pdflatex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'glossaries:thesis',
'bibtex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'pdflatex:thesis',
'wordcount:thesis',
'watch:thesis'
]);
};
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The MIT License (MIT)
Original work Copyright (c) 2015 Jan Betzing
Modified work Copyright 2017 Matthias Stierle
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy
of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal
in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights
to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell
copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is
furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in
all copies or substantial portions of the Software.
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LaTeX Thesis Template
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\lipsum[1]
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% \newacronym[longplural={<long plural>}, shortplural={<short plural>}]{<label>}{<short>}{<long>}
% label = is the unique identifier and sort key for the acronym, can be the same as <short>
% short = is the abbreviation or acronym
% short plural (optional) = is the plural of the abbreviation or acronym
% long = is the long form of the acronym, this will appear in the list of abbreviations
% long plural (optional) = is the long plural form of the abbreviation or acronym
\newacronym[shortplural={KMUen}, longplural={Kleine und Mittlere Unternehmen}]{kmu}{KMU}{Kleines und Mittleres Unternehmen}
\newacronym{CD}{CD}{Corporate Design}
\newacronym{SQL}{SQL}{Structured Query Language}
\newacronym{FAU}{FAU}{Friedrich-Alexander-Universit\"at Erlangen-N\"urnberg}
\newacronym{BPM}{BPM}{Business Process Management}
\newacronym{npm}{NPM}{Node Package Manager}
\newacronym{WWU}{WWU}{Westf\"alische Wilhelms-Universit\"at}
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\section{Some Appendix Section}\label{sec:appendix01}
Appendices provide only two structural levels, \viz, \texttt{\textbackslash section}, and \texttt{\textbackslash subsection}.
The numbering of figures, listings, tables, and footnotes is not reset. Thus, it continues as usual in the appendix.
\subsection{Some Appendix Subsection}
\lipsum[10]
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%%% ====================================================================
%%% @BibTeX-style-file{
%%% author = "Alan Rogers",
%%% version = "1.1",
%%% date = "June 27, 1992",
%%% filename = "apa.bst",
%%% address = "Dept of Anthropology, University of Utah,
%%% Salt Lake City, UT 84112",
%%% checksum = "21129 1130 3156 23582",
%%% email = "rogers@anthro.utah.edu",
%%% supported = "no",
%%% docstring = "Adapted from apalike.bst.
%%% Usage: \documentstyle[astron]{...}
%%% ...
%%% \bibliographystyle{apa}
%%% ...
%%% This file incorporates features of Sake J.
%%% Hogeveen's `astron.bst' into`apalike.bst'.
%%% The \documentstyle command above invokes
%%% Hogeveen's `astron.sty', which must be in
%%% TeX's search path.
%%%
%%% The modifications implement `\cite*{}', which
%%% generates references in short form. For
%%% example, `Rogers \cite*{...}' would produce
%%% `Rogers (1992)'."
%%% }
%%% ====================================================================
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
% BibTeX `apalike' bibliography style (24-Jan-88 version)
% Adapted from the `alpha' style, version 0.99a; for BibTeX version 0.99a.
% Copyright (C) 1988, all rights reserved.
% Copying of this file is allowed, provided that if you make any changes at all
% you name it something other than `apalike.bst'.
% This restriction helps ensure that all copies are identical.
% Differences between this style and `alpha' are generally heralded by a `%'.
% The file btxbst.doc has the documentation for alpha.bst.
%
% This style should be used with the `apalike' LaTeX style (apalike.sty).
% \cite's come out like "(Jones, 1986)" in the text but there are no labels
% in the bibliography, and something like "(1986)" comes out immediately
% after the author. Author (and editor) names appear as last name, comma,
% initials. A `year' field is required for every entry, and so is either
% an author (or in some cases, an editor) field or a key field.
%
% Editorial note:
% Many journals require a style like `apalike', but I strongly, strongly,
% strongly recommend that you not use it if you have a choice---use something
% like `plain' instead. Mary-Claire van Leunen (A Handbook for Scholars,
% Knopf, 1979) argues convincingly that a style like `plain' encourages better
% writing than one like `apalike'. Furthermore the strongest arguments for
% using an author-date style like `apalike'---that it's "the most practical"
% (The Chicago Manual of Style, University of Chicago Press, thirteenth
% edition, 1982, pages 400--401)---fall flat on their face with the new
% computer-typesetting technology. For instance page 401 anachronistically
% states "The chief disadvantage of [a style like `plain'] is that additions
% or deletions cannot be made after the manuscript is typed without changing
% numbers in both text references and list." LaTeX sidesteps the disadvantage.
%
% History:
% 15-sep-86 (SK,OP) Original version, by Susan King and Oren Patashnik.
% 10-nov-86 (OP) Truncated the sort.key$ string to the correct length
% in bib.sort.order to eliminate error message.
% 24-jan-88 (OP) Updated for BibTeX version 0.99a, from alpha.bst 0.99a;
% apalike now sorts by author, then year, then title;
% THIS `apalike' VERSION DOES NOT WORK WITH BIBTEX 0.98i.
ENTRY
{ address
author
booktitle
chapter
edition
editor
howpublished
institution
journal
key
% month not used in apalike
note
number
organization
pages
publisher
school
series
title
type
volume
year
}
{}
{ label extra.label sort.label }
INTEGERS { output.state before.all mid.sentence after.sentence after.block }
FUNCTION {init.state.consts}
{ #0 'before.all :=
#1 'mid.sentence :=
#2 'after.sentence :=
#3 'after.block :=
}
STRINGS { s t }
FUNCTION {output.nonnull}
{ 's :=
output.state mid.sentence =
{ ", " * write$ }
{ output.state after.block =
{ add.period$ write$
newline$
"\newblock " write$
}
{ output.state before.all =
'write$
{ add.period$ " " * write$ }
if$
}
if$
mid.sentence 'output.state :=
}
if$
s
}
FUNCTION {output}
{ duplicate$ empty$
'pop$
'output.nonnull
if$
}
FUNCTION {output.check}
{ 't :=
duplicate$ empty$
{ pop$ "empty " t * " in " * cite$ * warning$ }
'output.nonnull
if$
}
% apalike needs this function because
% the year has special punctuation;
% apalike ignores the month
FUNCTION {output.year.check}
{ year empty$
{ "empty year in " cite$ * warning$ }
{ write$
" (" year * extra.label * ")" *
mid.sentence 'output.state :=
}
if$
}
FUNCTION {output.bibitem}
{ newline$
"\bibitem[" write$
label write$
"]{" write$
cite$ write$
"}" write$
newline$
""
before.all 'output.state :=
}
FUNCTION {fin.entry}
{ add.period$
write$
newline$
}
FUNCTION {new.block}
{ output.state before.all =
'skip$
{ after.block 'output.state := }
if$
}
FUNCTION {new.sentence}
{ output.state after.block =
'skip$
{ output.state before.all =
'skip$
{ after.sentence 'output.state := }
if$
}
if$
}
FUNCTION {not}
{ { #0 }
{ #1 }
if$
}
FUNCTION {and}
{ 'skip$
{ pop$ #0 }
if$
}
FUNCTION {or}
{ { pop$ #1 }
'skip$
if$
}
FUNCTION {new.block.checkb}
{ empty$
swap$ empty$
and
'skip$
'new.block
if$
}
FUNCTION {field.or.null}
{ duplicate$ empty$
{ pop$ "" }
'skip$
if$
}
FUNCTION {emphasize}
{ duplicate$ empty$
{ pop$ "" }
{ "{\em " swap$ * "}" * }
if$
}
INTEGERS { nameptr namesleft numnames }
FUNCTION {format.names}
{ 's :=
#1 'nameptr :=
s num.names$ 'numnames :=
numnames 'namesleft :=
{ namesleft #0 > }
{ s nameptr "{vv~}{ll}{, jj}{, f.}" format.name$ 't := % last name first
nameptr #1 >
{ namesleft #1 >
{ ", " * t * }
{ numnames #2 >
{ "," * }
'skip$
if$
t "others" =
{ " et~al." * }
{ " and " * t * }
if$
}
if$
}
't
if$
nameptr #1 + 'nameptr :=
namesleft #1 - 'namesleft :=
}
while$
}
FUNCTION {format.authors}
{ author empty$
{ "" }
{ author format.names }
if$