This is the ndsu-thesis-2022 document class. This is an upgraded version of ndsu-thesis document class. Copyright 2022, Aaron Feickert, Jonathan Totushek, and Igathinathane Cannayen. This work may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License; LPPL Version 1.3c 2008-05-04 or (at your option) any later version. Copyright 1999 2002-2008 LaTeX3 Project Everyone is allowed to distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but modification of it is not allowed. The latest version of this license is in: https://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt This work has the LPPL maintenance status `maintained'. The current maintainer of this work is Igathinathane Cannayen. Contact: i.cannayen@ndsu for bug reports and enquires. This new class or the old can be used independently, and these classes are appropriately invoked through the documentclass command with required options. It can be used to produce disquisitions (MS and PhD) for submission to the NDSU Graduate School and the final acceptance rests with the University Dissertation and Thesis Coordinator, and the Graduate Committee. Files included are: README - this information file ndsu-thesis-2022.cls - class file ndsu-thesis-2022-documentation.tex - class file documentation (source) ndsu-thesis-2022-documentation.pdf - class file documentation ndsu-example.tex - simple thesis example file (source) ndsu-example.pdf - simple thesis example file NDSU-Thesis-Extended.tex - extended thesis example illustrating several features (source) NDSU-Thesis-Extended.pdf - extended thesis example illustrating several features mybib.bib - sample bibliography database file used in theses examples frog.jpg - free sample image file used in thesis example figures - subfolder holding the images of documentation %==================================================================
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ndsu-thesis-2022 – North Dakota State University disquisition class 2022
A class for generating disquisitions (MS and PhD - thesis, dissertation, and paper), intended to be in compliance with North Dakota State University requirements.
Updated (2022) North Dakota State University LaTeX thesis class features several functionalities, including not limited to, numbered and non-numbered versions, overall justification, document point sizes, fonts options, SI units, show frames, URL breaking, long tables, subfigures, multi-page figures, chapter styles, subfiles, algorithm listing, BibTeX and BibLaTeX support, individual chapter and whole document bibliography, natbib citations, and clever references. The supplied simple and extended samples illustrate these features and guide students to use the class.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2022 Aaron Feickert, Jonathan Totushek, and Igathinathane Cannayen|
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