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%% README.tex
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\documentclass[sotoncolour,oneside]{uosthesis}      % Use the Thesis Style
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\graphicspath{{../Figures/}}   % Location of your graphics files
\usepackage{natbib}            % Use Natbib style for the refs.
\hypersetup{colorlinks=true}   % Set to false for black/white printing
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\hypersetup{pdfstartpage=11}   % Set the start page of the document (skip some front matter)
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\input{Definitions}            % Include your abbreviations
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\title      {How to use the University of Southampton LaTeX template}
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\authors    {\texorpdfstring
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             {\href{mailto:el7g15@soton.ac.uk}{Edward Longman}}
             {Edward Longman}
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            }
\addresses  {\groupname\\\deptname\\\univname}
\date       {\today}
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%% \qualifications{BEng}
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\orcidid{0000-0002-1825-0097}
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%%\doi{10.1002/0470841559.ch1}
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\subject    {}
\keywords   {}
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\captionsetup[subfigure]{labelformat=simple,labelsep=colon}

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%% --Special Environment for matter_arrangement diagram
\include{elencopar}
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\begin{document}
\pagenumbering{gobble} % removes page number
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%%\copyrightDeclaration{} % !!! Comment this line when printing the hardcopy although it does not affect you page numbering!!!
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\frontmatter
\maketitle
\begin{abstract}
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This introduction to the University of Southampton Thesis template should get you started with this template as quickly as possible.
Whilst knowledge of \LaTeX{} in advance is helpful, this guide should be friendly
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enough to get started without it.
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This guide has been produced in the style of a thesis, with some front sections and blank pages omitted.
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\end{abstract}
\tableofcontents
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%% Either include citations like below (as many as required spaced with commas or 'and').
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%%\authorshipdeclaration{\citep{Gunn:2001:pdflatex}, \citep{Lovell:2011:updated} and \citep{Gunn:2011:updated2}}
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%% Or state no citations like below
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\acknowledgements{Sincere thanks must go to all those who worked on this before me.
This template is the cumulative effort of a number of people, of whom I am just the most recent.
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The template relies on the work of \cite{Gunn:2001:pdflatex} who started this work and \cite{Lovell:2011:updated} who textually updated some parts.
This guide is an extension of the work of \href{http://latextemplates.com}{Vel (at latextemplates.com)}, and \href{https://www.sunilpatel.co.uk/thesis-template/}{Sunil Patel} who kindly gave permission for me to use their instructions \citep{latex_patels} as a base.}
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% \dedicatory{To \dots}
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\mainmatter
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\include{Introduction}
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\include{Starting}
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\include{Rebuilding}
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\include{Conclusions}
\begin{lstlisting}[caption=Without a title it doesn't appear in the table]
This is a test listing

It has several lines
That
say not much at all
\end{lstlisting}
\appendix
\include{AppendixA}
\backmatter
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\bibliographystyle{uos}
\bibliography{UOS}
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\end{document}
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