This template was first designed by Zhaoli Wang, and was improved by him following the suggestions from MCM (Mathematical Contest in Modeling) and ICM (Interdisciplinary Contest in Modeling) contest participants. In the beginning of the year 2014, Liam Huang redesigned it, by using key-value syntax, and fixed known bugs. Liam reimplemented it at the beginning of the year 2015, by DocStrip,
and uploaded it to CTAN. We changed the sheet layout and fonts set for new format requirement of year 2019 for v 6.3.
Note that use of this template is not compulsory to participate in MCM/ICM!
While this is not a formal template of how your thesis should be submitted, this has been used for writing theses that have been submitted and approved successfully.
It also contains examples of pages in Hebrew.
This template is based on the BGU Thesis Template and adapted to the guidelines of the Open University of Israel.
This is the template for the UIST 2020 paper submissions. It is provided for your convenience by the UIST 2020 Program Chairs, as a template for submissions, and pre-loaded in Overleaf for ease of editing online. Please see the http://uist.acm.org/ page for more details on manuscript preparation.
The goal of this series is to introduce various "useless" concepts behind the foundations of advanced mathematics, which are rarely included in classrooms with the pressure of "getting things done" and "scoring A."