A model of an academic thesis using the abnTeX2 package, which provides support for writing technical and scientific Brazilian documents (like academic thesis, articles, reports, research project and others) based on ABNT rules (Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas).
Modelo canônico de trabalhos acadêmicos em conformidade com as normas ABNT apresentado à comunidade de usuários LaTeX.
Template homologado pelas bibliotecárias Mariana de Souza Alves e Monick Raquel Silvestre da Silva Portes do setor de Processamento Técnico da Biblioteca do CCEN - UFPE em 19/10/2020, padrão latex para dissertações e teses, instruções disponíveis em: https://www.ufpe.br/ccen/biblioteca/ficha-catalografica.
Bruno Iran Ferreira Maciel, Daniel Severo Estrázulas
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This template outlines the different sections that are required for the reports for the lab course in TNM079 at Linköping University. You are encouraged to use the source for this template to produce your own lab reports. Each section title is followed by a short description and possible requirements. First out is the abstract. It should give a rough overview of the report, including purpose, key insights and major conclusions. It can additionally include a brief description of the methods used. The abstract should consist of 100 to 200 words. Remember that a good lab report does more than present results; it demonstrates the writer's comprehension of the concepts and insights behind the methods.