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Version: v1.9 elife.cls; v1.2 vancouver-elife.bst
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Memorandum Template for Army Memoranda, updated in accordance with AR 25-50
This LaTeX template is available for authors to prepare a manuscript to Revista de Arqueologia da SAB(Sociedade de Arqueologia Brasileira).
Modelo LaTeX para que os autores preparem um artigo para a Revista de Arqueologia da SAB (Sociedade de Arqueologia Brasileira).
Template de resumo expandido do 12º Congresso de Inovação, Ciência e Tecnologia do IFSP (Instituto Federal de São Paulo), ano 2021, Câmpus Cubatão.
Desenvolvido originalmente por professor e alunos do IFSP Presidente Epitácio para a edição 2020 e atualizado por professor do IFSP Cubatão para a edição 2021
Alexandre Ataide Carniato, Christopher Alves de Oliveira, Diego Nunes da Silva, Inácio Ribeiro, Paulo Ricardo Servilha Sparapan, Glauber Renato Colnago
This template was created mainly to keep things organized. In terms of design rules, it closely follows the UIC ECE thesis template. Although it was created in 2019, design rules may change in the future. So you might need to update the contents in the `bin' folder and modify some lines in the code. However, otherwise, you don't need to touch the `bin' folder.
Disclaimer: It's LaTeX. So something may break. Use at your own risk. Check with your department if they published updated design rules.
Template for the university of applied science in Leiden. Making use of my own frontpage, The class file by Vel (firstname.lastname@example.org)) & Johannes Böttcher and parts af the main.tex file by Steve Gunn (http://users.ecs.soton.ac.uk/srg/softwaretools/document/templates/) & Sunil Patel (http://www.sunilpatel.co.uk/thesis-template/). The template is made for a Dutch University so it uses Dutch terms but has also made use of English terminology.