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Universiti Sains Malaysia Thesis Template
usmthesis is a LaTeX class for typesetting a Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) postgraduate research thesis. (Updated December 8, 2016 with a bunch of new document class options you can use to mix-and-match various settings required by IPS for different candidates. Please read the comments in usmthesis.tex.)
There will be no further updates until an official updated formatting guidelines with concrete clear instructions is available.
Copyright (C) 2005-2016 Lim Lian Tze Website: http://liantze.penguinattack.org/latextypesetting.html
Example of Elsevier article template with dummy text
This is the Elsevier article class with dummy text included to give an example of how the template looks when filled out.
This example is provided by Vel, and was originally posted on LaTeXTemplates: http://www.latextemplates.com/template/elseviers-elsarticle-document-class
Template by Elsevier; dummy text added by Velimir Gayevskiy of www.latextemplates.com
Elsevier article template with different bibliography styles
This template contains a collection of different Elsevier bibliography styles, including:
Preparation of Papers for IEEE Sponsored Conferences and Symposia
This is a LaTeX template for preparing documents for IEEE Sponsored Conferences and Symposia. It was submitted by an author writing for the 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC’14). The various components of your paper [title, text, heads, etc.] are already defined on the style sheet, as illustrated by the portions given in this document.
Huibert Kwakernaak and Pradeep Misra
SPINS 2 Tables
Template for tables in SPINS lab 2. Used in PHYS 462 Quantum Mechanics at SMCM.
Erin De Pree
LaTeX template for preparing supplementary material for submission to Optica
This LaTeX template (v1.6, 10 September 2019) can be used to prepare a supplementary document for inclusion with submission to OSA’s new journal, Optica. This document, which may include supplementary information such as expanded descriptions of materials and methods, will be published as a PDF linked to the primary article. The supplemental file should only present information that would be useful and worthwhile for the reader, for example, details that would be necessary to reproduce an experiment. The article, however, must be coherent without the supplemental PDF file. Please see the Author Guidelines for Supplementary Materials for more information.Supplementary documents are not copyedited and so should be prepared carefully with the template provided. An abstract outlining the methods and materials in the supplementary document should be included here. The primary article should also be identified in the abstract: This document provides supplementary information to “Title of primary manuscript,” Optica volume, first page (year). The supplementary document should also be referred to at the end of the primary article before the references: “See Supplement 1 for supporting content.” OSA production staff will add final citation details, and so the source file must be provided. Note that this template can be run from your own TeX system or within the cloud-based Overleaf system.
The Optical Society