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Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis

Author : Nicola L. C. Talbot
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This is a follow-on from "LaTeX for Complete Novices" by the same author. This book concentrates on typesetting aspects usually required in a PhD thesis, such as displaying code listings, algorithms and glossaries.

Latex for Administrative Work

Author : Nicola Louise Cecilia Talbot
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This book is a follow-on from the previous two books in the series ("LaTeX for Complete Novices" and "Using LaTeX to Write a PhD Thesis"). It covers more advanced topics, such as iteration, expansion, command definitions and assignments (using TeX primitives or tools provided by the etoolbox package), writing class files and packages, and fetching data from external sources (CSV, XLS, ODS or MySQL). The topics covered are all aimed towards the types of documents required in administrative work, such as writing correspondence (including mail merging), invoices, curricula vitae, memos, minutes, presentations, assignments and examinations, leaflets and flyers. Document collaboration is also discussed and two popular online LaTeX editors, Overleaf and ShareLaTeX, are compared.

Advances in Natural Language Processing

Author : José Luis Vicedo
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EsTAL - Espana ̃ for Natural Language Processing - continued on from the three previous conferences: FracTAL, held at the Universit ́ e de Franch-Comt ́ e, Besan ̧ con (France) in December 1997, VexTAL, held at Venice International University, Ca ́ Foscari (Italy), in November 1999, and PorTAL, held at the U- versidade do Algarve, Faro (Portugal), in June 2002. The main goals of these conferences have been: (i) to bring together the international NLP community; (ii) to strengthen the position of local NLP research in the international NLP community; and (iii) to provide a forum for discussion of new research and - plications. EsTAL contributed to achieving these goals and increasing the already high international standing of these conferences, largely due to its Program Comm- tee,composedofrenownedresearchersinthe?eldofnaturallanguageprocessing and its applications. This clearly contributed to the signi?cant number of papers submitted (72) by researchers from (18) di?erent countries. The scope of the conference was structured around the following main topics: (i)computational linguistics research (spoken and written language analysis and generation; pragmatics, discourse, semantics, syntax and morphology; lexical - sources; word sense disambiguation; linguistic, mathematical, and psychological models of language; knowledge acquisition and representation; corpus-based and statistical language modelling; machine translation and translation aids; com- tationallexicography),and(ii)monolingualandmultilingualintelligentlanguage processing and applications (information retrieval, extraction and question - swering; automatic summarization; document categorization; natural language interfaces; dialogue systems and evaluation of systems).

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Mastering Academic Writing in the Sciences

Author : Marialuisa Aliotta
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This book provides a comprehensive and coherent step-by-step guide to writing in scientific academic disciplines. It is an invaluable resource for those working on a PhD thesis, research paper, dissertation, or report. Writing these documents can be a long and arduous experience for students and their supervisors, and even for experienced researchers. However, this book can hold the key to success. Mapping the steps involved in the writing process - from acquiring and organizing sources of information, to revising early drafts, to proofreading the final product - it provides clear guidance on what to write and how best to write it. Features: Step-by-step approach to academic writing in scientific disciplines Ideal guidance for PhD theses, papers, grant applications, reports and more Includes worked-out examples from real research papers and PhD theses and templates and worksheets are available online to help readers put specific tasks into practice

The PhD Writing Handbook

Author : Desmond Thomas
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Writing is vitally important at every stage of the PhD research journey, and this text will help you to develop the skills you need to succeed at each step. It will show you how to develop a research topic and explore key concepts through writing, how to build a structured chapter framework, and how to write clearly, coherently and stylishly.

New Approaches to Materials Development for Language Learning

Author : Olwyn Alexander
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Containing a selection of papers from a conference held in Edinburgh in 2005, this book highlights current issues in the teaching of English for academic and specific purposes.

Enjoy Writing Your Science Thesis or Dissertation

Author : Elizabeth Fisher
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This book is a step by step illustrated guide to planning and writing dissertations and theses for undergraduate and graduate science students. Topics covered include advice on writing each section of a thesis as well as general discussions on collecting and organizing references, keeping records, presenting data, interacting with a supervisor and avoiding academic misconduct. Recommendations about how to use word processors and other software packages effectively are included, as well as advice on the use of other resources. A concise summary of important points of English grammar is given, along with appendices listing frequently confused words and wordy phrases to avoid. Further appendices are provided, including one on SI units. The aim is to provide an easy-to-read guide that gives students practical advice about all aspects of writing a science thesis or dissertation, starting from writing a thesis plan and finishing with the viva and corrections to the thesis.

Mathematical Writing

Author : Franco Vivaldi
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This book teaches the art of writing mathematics, an essential -and difficult- skill for any mathematics student. The book begins with an informal introduction on basic writing principles and a review of the essential dictionary for mathematics. Writing techniques are developed gradually, from the small to the large: words, phrases, sentences, paragraphs, to end with short compositions. These may represent the introduction of a concept, the abstract of a presentation or the proof of a theorem. Along the way the student will learn how to establish a coherent notation, mix words and symbols effectively, write neat formulae, and structure a definition. Some elements of logic and all common methods of proofs are featured, including various versions of induction and existence proofs. The book concludes with advice on specific aspects of thesis writing (choosing of a title, composing an abstract, compiling a bibliography) illustrated by large number of real-life examples. Many exercises are included; over 150 of them have complete solutions, to facilitate self-study. Mathematical Writing will be of interest to all mathematics students who want to raise the quality of their coursework, reports, exams, and dissertations.

EBOOK How to Get a PhD A Handbook for Students and their Supervisors

Author : Estelle Phillips
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It provides a practical, down-to-earth and realistic approach to studying for a PhD and offers support and reassurance for both students and supervisors.This brand new sixth edition has been thoroughly updated and revised throughout, and includes: New material on how PhD students can make use of online forums, social media, online survey tools and other technologies throughout the PhD process A new Chapter 10, 'Some challenges you may encounter throughout your PhD' includes practical advice for tackling prejudice and dealing with the pressures that can face early career researchers Expanded material on avoiding plagiarism and poor academic practice and increased coverage of issues faced by part-time PhD students The book retains its focus on delivering clear and practical advice, including tips for writing proposals and applying for funding, managing your time, writing an engaging PhD, and handling the viva. Long regarded as the PhD 'bible', this edition is brought right up-to-date for today’s student, retaining the straightforward and practical approach that has made it indispensable for students and supervisors across all academic disciplines. “How to Get a PhD stands out in the field due to its breadth and comprehensiveness. Whilst studying for a PhD, I bought several of these types of books. I wish instead I had saved my money and simply bought How to Get a PhD. I would recommend this for any PhD students, for anyone thinking about studying for a PhD, or indeed for new PhD supervisors.” David Wilkins, Senior Research Fellow, Tilda Goldberg Centre, University of Bedfordshire, UK “A thoroughly useful book to recommend to students (and prospective students) to help guide them through the practicalities of achieving a PhD.” Dr Russ Grant, University of York, UK and independent postgraduate teaching consultant

Writing a Science PhD

Author : Jennifer Boyle and Scott Ramsay
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Physics Lab Experiments

Author : Matthew French
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This new book aims to guide both the experimentalist and theoretician through their compulsory laboratory courses forming part of an undergraduate physics degree. The rationale behind this book is to show students and interested readers the value and beauty within a carefully planned and executed experiment, and to help them to develop the skills to carry out experiments themselves.

Technical Writing Presentational Skills and Online Communication Professional Tools and Insights

Author : Greenlaw, Raymond
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"This book is a collection of work to assist any professional who needs to deal with ethical issues, write up a technical project, give or develop a presentation, or write material for an online audience"--Provided by publisher.

Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice

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MLI Physics Collection

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This digital collection of twelve book length titles encompasses all of the major subject areas of physics. All twelve titles are combined into one easily downloadable file and are fully-searchable in a Web.pdf, bookmarked, file format. Titles include electromagnetism, particle physics, quantum mechanics, theory of relativity, mathematical methods for physics, computational physics, electrical engineering experiments, multiphysics modeling, solid state physics, radio astronomy, Newtonian mechanics, and physics lab experiments. FEATURES: • Includes 12 full length book titles in one, fully searchable, Web.pdf file • Each book title is preceded by a descriptive page with overview and features • All titles include the complete front matter, text, and end matter from the original printed version • Over 5000 pages of physics information in one file • Complete file downloads in less than two minutes LIST OF TITLES Particle Physics. Robert Purdy, PhD Mathematical Methods for Physics Using MATLAB and Maple. J. Claycomb, PhD The Special Theory of Relativity. Dennis Morris, PhD Computational Physics. Darren Walker, PhD Quantum Mechanics. Dennis Morris, PhD Basic Electromagnetic Theory. James Babington, PhD Physics Lab Experiments. Matthew M. J. French, PhD Newtonian Mechanics. Derek Raine, PhD Solid State Physics. David Schmool, PhD Multiphysics Modeling Using COMSOL5 and MATLAB. R. Pryor, PhD Radio Astronomy. S. Joardar, PhD Electrical Engineering Experiments. G.P. Chhalotra, PhD

Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences Third Edition

Author : Nicholas J. Higham
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Handbook of Writing for the Mathematical Sciences provides advice on all aspects of scientific writing, with a particular focus on writing mathematics. Its readable style and handy format, coupled with an extensive bibliography and comprehensive index, make it useful for everyone from undergraduates to seasoned professionals. This third edition revises, updates, and expands the best-selling second edition to reflect modern writing and publishing practices and builds on the author's extensive experience in writing and speaking about mathematics. Some of its key features include coverage of fundamentals of writing, including English usage, revising a draft, and writing when your first language is not English; thorough treatment of mathematical writing, including how to choose notation, how to choose between words and symbols, and how to format equations; and many tips for exploiting LaTeX and BibTeX. Higham also provides advice on how to write and publish a paper, covering the entire publication process, and includes anecdotes, quotes, and unusual facts that enliven the presentation. The new edition has been reorganized to make the book easier to use for reference; treats modern developments in publishing such as open access, DOIs, and ORCID; and contains more on poster design, including e-posters and the poster blitz. The new edition also includes five new chapters on the following topics: · workflow covering text editors, markup languages, version control, and much more; · the principles of indexing and how to prepare an index in LaTeX; · reviewing a paper, book proposal, or book; · writing a book, including advice on choosing a publisher and LaTeX tips particular to books; and · writing a blog post.

Latex Dipping

Author : David M. Hill
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Latex products that we use in everyday life have a great impact on health and lifestyle. This book gives a comprehensive overview of how raw materials are prepared for latex manufacture and how they are converted to products by modern latex dipping methods. Tools for how to solve production problems encountered, quality control and how to validate the processes used in the latex industry are thoroughly discussed and described.

How to Write a Better Thesis

Author : David Evans
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From proposal to examination, producing a dissertation or thesis is a challenge. Grounded in decades of experience with research training and supervision, this fully updated and revised edition takes an integrated, down-to-earth approach drawing on case studies and examples to guide you step-by-step towards productive success. Early chapters frame the tasks ahead and show you how to get started. From there, practical advice and illustrations take you through the elements of formulating research questions, working with software, and purposeful writing of each of the different kinds of chapters, and finishes with a focus on revision, dissemination and deadlines. How to Write a Better Thesis presents a cohesive approach to research that will help you succeed.

Creating Research and Scientific Documents Using Microsoft Word

Author : Alexander Mamishev
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Research fuels innovation—and with this focused guide to Microsoft Word, you can help increase your team’s collaborative power and effectiveness, and bring new research to life. Writing proposals, reports, journal articles, theses, and other technical documents as a team poses unique challenges, not the least of which is consistent presentation and voice. You must also manage the formatting and accuracy of figures, equations, and citations, and comply with the style rules of external publications. In this book you’ll learn from the authors’ extensive experience managing the authoring and publication of technical content, and gain specific practices and templates you can apply right away. Focuses on the unique challenges of writing and producing documents in an academic or commercial R&D setting Demonstrates how to use Microsoft Word to increase the quality of collaborative document preparation—including formatting, editing, citations management, commenting, and version control Includes downloadable templates that help automate creation of scientific documents Offers best-practices guidance for writing in teams and writing in the scientific genre

LaTeX in 24 Hours

Author : Dilip Datta
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This book presents direct and concise explanations and examples to many LaTeX syntax and structures, allowing students and researchers to quickly understand the basics that are required for writing and preparing book manuscripts, journal articles, reports, presentation slides and academic theses and dissertations for publication. Unlike much of the literature currently available on LaTeX, which takes a more technical stance, focusing on the details of the software itself, this book presents a user-focused guide that is concerned with its application to everyday tasks and scenarios. It is packed with exercises and looks at topics like formatting text, drawing and inserting tables and figures, bibliographies and indexes, equations, slides, and provides valuable explanations to error and warning messages so you can get work done with the least time and effort needed. This means LaTeX in 24 Hours can be used by students and researchers with little or no previous experience with LaTeX to gain quick and noticeable results, as well as being used as a quick reference guide for those more experienced who want to refresh their knowledge on the subject.