Aalto University bachelor's, master's and licentiate thesis template, as retrieved on 30 May 2017 with minor modifications to the English latex file for compilation. Select either Finnish or English `.tex' file as main file and add in your content.
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Swedish translations (2014) by Elisabeth Nyberg, firstname.lastname@example.org and Henrik Wallén, email@example.com.
changes by Perttu Puska firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Created and maintained by:
Tapani Pihlajamäki and Jussi Pekonen
Department of Signal Processing and Acoustics
Aalto University School of Science and Technology
Maintained (2017-) by:
Department of the Built Environment
Aalto University School of Engineering
The text follows the style of argumentative dissertation, containing two pages and four paragraphs that are divided in: Introduction, 1st argumentation, 2nd argumentation and conclusion. The text model used was made available in the official domain of SBC (Sociedade Brasileira de Computação).
This template is provided by the University of Utah's Graduate School, downloaded from its Thesis Templates page (Spring 2016 2016), incorporating uuthesis-2016-h.sty from here. From the Graduate School's webpage:
The following LaTeX template is intended to be used in conjunction with A Handbook for Theses and Dissertations and departmentally-approved style guides. They are only a basic guide for formatting your manuscript and do not guarantee Format Approval.
2017/05/25: added fixes for letter paper size on Overleaf.
Graduate School, University of Utah