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hecthese – A class for dissertations and theses at HEC Montréal

This pack­age pro­vides the hec­these class, a class based on mem­oir and com­pat­i­ble with .

Us­ing this class, post­grad­u­ate stu­dents at HEC Mon­tréal will be able to write their dis­ser­ta­tion or the­sis while com­ply­ing with all the pre­sen­ta­tion stan­dards re­quired by the Univer­sity.

This class is meant to be as flex­i­ble as pos­si­ble; in par­tic­u­lar, there are very few hard­coded fea­tures ex­cept those that take care of the doc­u­ment’s lay­out.

Dis­ser­ta­tions and the­ses at HEC Mon­tréal can be writ­ten on a per-chap­ter or per-ar­ti­cle ba­sis. Doc­u­ments that are writ­ten on a per-ar­ti­cle ba­sis re­quire a bib­li­og­ra­phy for each of the in­cluded ar­ti­cles and a gen­eral bib­li­og­ra­phy for the en­tire doc­u­ment. The hec­these class takes care of these re­quire­ments.

The class de­pends on ba­bel, color, en­u­mitem, fontawe­some, framed, numprint, url, and hy­per­ref.

Sources /macros/latex/contrib/hecthese
Ver­sion 1.0 2017-10-06
Li­cense The Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Copy­right 2017 HEC Mon­treal
Main­tainer Benoit Hamel
Con­tained in TeX Live as hec­these
MiKTeX as hec­these
Topics al­ter­na­tive class(es)
type­set­ting dis­ser­ta­tions, the­ses, etc.

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