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%% Progress.tex
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\documentclass[sotoncolour]{uosprogress}    % Use the progress Style with custom link colour
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\graphicspath{{../Figures/}}   % Location of your graphics files
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\usepackage[round]{natbib}            % Use Natbib style for the refs.
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\hypersetup{colorlinks=true}   % Set to false for black/white printing
\input{Definitions}            % Include your abbreviations
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%% --------------------THESIS/DOC INFORMATION ---------------------
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\faculty     {Faculty of [Insert faculty]}
\FACULTY     {\MakeUppercase{\facname}}
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\department  {School of [Insert school]}
\DEPARTMENT  {\MakeUppercase{\deptname}}
\group       {[Group name]}
\GROUP       {\MakeUppercase{\groupname}}
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\title      {An Investigation into \dots}
\authors    {\texorpdfstring
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             {\href{mailto:S.A.Watson@soton.ac.uk}{Name and email, for example, Sarah Alison Watson}}
             {Name and email, for example, Sarah Alison Watson}
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            }
\addresses  {\groupname\\\deptname\\\univname}
\date       {\today}
\supervisor {Mr Beavis}
\examiner   {Dr Butthead}
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%% Optional Fields TODO: Replace these fields with your own data

\qualifications{[Insert Previous Qualifications, for example MEng]}
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\subject    {}
\keywords   {}

\begin{document}
%% ------------------ FRONT MATTER ORGANISATION -------------------
\frontmatter
\maketitle
\begin{abstract}
This work is all about \dots
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There are broad instructions for this template entitled: How to use the University of Southampton LaTeX template. There is a technical reference included in the \texttt{doc} folder with the templates.

There is no prescribed font, you should use a font appropriate to your discipline.  See Producing your thesis section 7.2.
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\end{abstract}
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\pdfbookmark[0]{\contentsname}{toc} % Add pdf bookmark for contents page for navigation
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\tableofcontents
\listoffigures
\listoftables
%% The List of listings does not, by default, appear in the ToC, so....
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\addtotoc{Listings}
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\lstlistoflistings
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\listofaddmaterial
\addtolom{Material Name e.g Map}
\addtolom{Material Name e.g CD}
\addtolom{Test Material}
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%%Lightweight Definitions and Abbreviations see package:nomencl for alternative
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%% Include if relevant to discipline
\listofsymbols{ll}{$w$ & The weight vector\\$\S$ & If relevant to discipline}
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\mainmatter
%% ------------------ MAIN MATTER (CONTENT) --------------------
\include{Introduction}
\include{Conclusions}
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\begin{lstlisting}[caption=Listing of what an example listing would be like]
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This is a test listing

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The test listing has several lines
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to show how the listings
will be displayed
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\end{lstlisting}
\appendix
\include{AppendixA}
\backmatter
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\chapter{Glossary [if relevant]}
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\bibliographystyle{plainnat}
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\bibliography{UOS}
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\chapter{Bibliography}
To use bibliography as well as the references section use the \texttt{multibbl} package.
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\chapter{Index [if relevant]}
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\end{document}
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