Unofficial LaTEX model for graduation theses at Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy), Department of Information and Electrical Engineering (DEI).
This is the result of a personal initiative of Prof. Eng. Francesco, Adamo, PhD, Associate Professor in Measurement Science, to uniform the formatting of intermediate year's work reports and of graduation theses.
Note from the author: I am not a professional developer in LaTEX!
The project is shared "as-is" without any warranty.
Any hint to help improving it will be welcome!
A modular template that contains and explains how to use the following items:
frontmatter subdivision (frontispecie.tex, credits.tex, abstract.tex, tocs.tex, glossary.tex, simbols.tex);
mainmatter subdivision (introduction, chapters and after appendices followed by an increasing number or letter: a folder for every chapter and appendix (inside there is chapter"number".tex or appendix"letter".tex and 2 folders for figures and tables if necessary);
backmatter subdivision (bibliography.tex and index.tex).
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