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PhD Thesis and Dissertation LaTeX Templates for Harvard, Princeton and New York University (NYU)
Dissertate provides a beautiful LaTeX template for a thesis or dissertation. This template has been uploaded into Overleaf so you can get started simply by clicking the button above.
It currently provides everything needed to support the production and typesetting of a PhD dissertation at Harvard, Princeton, and NYU.
The format and styling are based closely on the requirements published by each university's registrar.
For more information, please see the Dissertate on GitHub
The Assembly Community
General Game Player
General Game Playing (GGP) is the playing of a wide variety games you may have never seen before, by being told nothing but the rules of the game at run time. This sets it apart from traditional specific game players, like the famous chess player Deep Blue. Deep Blue can beat the world chess champion at chess however, it has absolutely no idea how to play checkers. It is designed for one particular game and cannot adapt to rule changes, and certainly cannot play entirely different games. The goal of this project is to create a program that will play a wide variety of 2d games given descriptions of their rules without the creator of the program having ever known of the games. This report will cover the design and implementation of this project, as well as the background research performed and reflections on the outcome of the project.
Simple short CV
A simple and short CV template for proposals
Author: Martin Hoelzer
This template needs to be compiled with XeLaTeX.
The main document font is called Fontin and can be downloaded for free
from here: http://www.exljbris.com/fontin.html
Ciudades y Territorios Virtuales 2018
Las siguientes líneas son un resumen de lo que le adelantas el lector respecto del trabajo que presentarás en el congreso. Debes ser breve (no más de 100 palabras). Recuerda anticipar la situación problema, la hipoétesis de trabajo, los materiales y métodos y luego con todos estos elementos describe la investigación / experimentación que has llevado a delante y permitirá comprobar o rechazar la hipótesis. Luego han un resumen y comentario de los resultados obtenidos, una interpretación de los mismos y finaliza mencionando los aportes que tu trabajo ha hallado. Finaliza con las referencias bibliográficas, fuentes de datos y links a páginas de donde te has nutrido para este trabajo.
Ricardo R. Palma