This directory contains the UNSW Thesis class. The following files are supplied: unswthesis.cls - The actual thesis class. Some comments on its use appear in the file itself. fancyheadings.sty - Required package by "unswthesis.cls". testunsw.tex - Test out some of the UNSW Thesis class. Requires the above two files. thesis.tex - A severly trimmed-down version of my thesis, to show how *I* used the class. Learning is often best done by example... mythesis.sty - Required by "thesis.tex". Shows how some useful things may be defined in LaTeX-2e. fancybox.sty - Required by "thesis.tex" for fancy boxes. Note that these files are supplied AS IS, without any guarantee as to their suitability or even complience with university regulations. Also, I cannot guarantee that I will support these files, nor provide any help for you to use them. I am interested in receiving feedback about these files; please contact me on John Zaitseff <J.Zaitseff@unsw.edu.au>. For anyone thinking of using LaTeX-2e seriously for their thesis, etc, I highly recommend the two books "LaTeX: A document preparation system", by Leslie Lamport, original author of LaTeX (2nd ed, published by Addison Wesley), and "The LaTeX Companion", by Goossens, Mittelbach and Samarin, (Addison Wesley).
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unswthesis – UNSW theses
The directory contains a bundle of things related to UNSW Theses; the author's own thesis was prepared using the class.
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typesetting dissertations, theses, etc.|