The TUCS dissertation Latex template with various improvements
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README.md

The TUCS Dissertation Latex Template

This is an updated version of the TUCS dissertation template from the TUCS document templates page. It can be used by TUCS graduate school students for preparing their dissertations.

Features

In this version, the most important additions to the original TUCS template are macros for including the reprints, and automated generation of the publication lists from a BibTex bibliography.

The main file of the template is diss.tex. The precompiled diss.pdf shows what the template should look like if compilation works. For documentation on how to use the template, please see the tex source files.

History

The original template from 2007 was extended with macros and improvements by Filip Ginter when making his thesis. That version was further extended by Jari Björne when writing his thesis. The history of this repository starts from the original 2007 TUCS template, with further additions contained in separate commits.