Unofficial LaTeX class and bibliography style-files for ASCE documents (Amer. Soc. of Civil Engineers), both journal manuscripts and camera-ready manuscripts for conference proceedings ascelike.cls - Version 2.3, Feb. 14, 2013 ascelike.bst - Version 2.2, Feb. 14, 2013 The package is freely available under the LaTeX Project Public License, version 1.1 The two main files are ascelike.cls - The document class file ascelike.bst - The bibliography style file for creating bibliographic with the weird use of quotation marks, etc. I've also included example/documentation files: ascexmpl.tex - An example *.tex file, which also serves as documentation, especially in the use of the various options in ascelike.cls ascexmpl.bib - An example *.bib bibliographic data base ascexmpl.dvi - Output from ascexmpl.tex and ascexmpl.bib ascexmpl.pdf - Output from ascexmpl.tex and ascexmpl.bib ascexmpl.ps - Output from ascexmpl.tex and ascexmpl.bib You can also find information on usage in the headings of these files, along with copyright/licence information. NOTE: The following supplementary files are REQUIRED: ifthen.sty (part of the standard latex release) setspace.sty (produces doubles spacing for journal manuscripts) endfloat.sty (places figures and tables at the end of the manuscript) lineno.sty (places line numbers along the margin of a manuscript) ascelike.cls will not work without these files. You can obtain all of them from the CTAN archive (perhaps in *dtx form). Report problems and suggestions to Matthew R. Kuhn, firstname.lastname@example.org
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ascelike – Bibliography style for the ASCE
A document class and bibliographic style that prepares documents in the style required by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). These are unofficial files, not sanctioned by that organization, and the files specifically give this caveat. Also included is a short documentation/example of how to use the class.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Maintainer||Matthew R. Kuhn|
|Contained in||TeXLive as ascelike|
|MiKTeX as ascelike|
typesetting journals, etc|
typesetting conference proceedings