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CTAN installation: University of Wisconsin-Madison Thesis Class File

Date: October 31, 2002 3:07:16 PM CET
A new package has been installed at tug.ctan.org and should soon make its way to your favorite mirror. Jim Hefferon ftpmaint at tug.ctan.org ====================================================================== The following information was provided by our fellow contributor. Name of contribution: University of Wisconsin-Madison Thesis Class File Author's name: Eric Benedict Location on CTAN: macros/latex/contrib/supported/withesis Summary description: MS/PhD Thesis/Disseration format for UW-Madison. Includes example thesis with numerous LaTeX examples and beginner's introduction. Class heavily commented for easy modification! License type: artistic Announcement text given by the contribution's author: - ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Yet another thesis style file. The withesis.cls LaTeX class file produces MS/PhD theses in a format for UW-Madison. The class and example manual are based on the Purdue University style. Several useful features include: - - Draft mode with * diagonal draft screen for draft copy * optional margin box to locate margin violations * page source file listed on bottom of each page - -source code (Matlab, C, etc) inclusion command - -automatic generation of additional abstract in the format for the UMI microfilming abstract - -numerous degrees/majors included as defaults. - -example thesis illustrating * basic LaTeX usage (Essential LaTeX by Jon Warbrick) * different LaTeX styles/techniques for -equations -pictures/figures -general formatting *BibTeX usage guide/example - ----------------------------------------------------------------------

withesis – University of Wisconsin-Madison Thesis Class

This provides a class file which produces thesis, prelims, dissertations and project reports which should meet the requirements of the graduate school at UW-Madison. In addition to the class file, an example thesis is included which provides a brief introduction to and the usage of the style class in particular. The usage is explained both by example through the source of the example thesis as well as in the typeset result of the example thesis.

Copyright2000, 2002 Eric Benedict
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