Commit c7f3c5c2 by Christian Hoffmann

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\newcommand{\myengsubtitle}{Thesis in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree \\ \ifthenelse{\boolean{isMT}}{Master}{Bachelor} of Science (\ifthenelse{\boolean{isMT}}{M.Sc.}{B.Sc.})}
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\chapter{Introduction}
Some introducing words \dots
\section{Motivation and Objective}
Why this subject is important and what is the goal of this thesis \dots
\section{Literature Review}
What are the most relevant publications in this field? Only name those with the largest impact on your work. A more detailed description of different models/approaches/methods can be given in the theoretical part of your work.
\section{Motivation}
Give a general overview on the subject of this thesis! In which context shall the content of this thesis be seen?
\section{Research Goal}
What questions shall be investigated and answered in this thesis? What is the scope of this work?
\section{Outline of Work}
What is the structure of this thesis?
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\chapter{Conclusion and Outlook}
Some introducing words \dots
\section{Conclusion}
\section{Outlook and Future Directions}
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What are the most relevant aspects of your thesis? Which important questions from your introduction could be answered?
\section{Outlook and Future Directions}
Given the results obtained in this thesis, which aspects need be improved? Which additional effects or phenomena should be studied?
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\subsection{Compatibility with PDF/A}
Dissertations are stored as PDF/A at the university library. To ensure compatibility of this template with PDF/A, the \verb+pdfx+\index{Packages!pdfx@\verb+pdfx+} package is used with the option \verb+a-2b+. The compiled PDF was successfully validated with Callas\footnote{\url{https://conversion.ub.tu-berlin.de/}, December 2018}, as recommended by the university library\footnote{\url{https://www.ub.tu-berlin.de/fileadmin/pdf/Verlag/UV_pdfaDE.pdf}, December 2018 \label{fn:PDFA}}. Note that contrary to the descriptions given in the linked document in \autoref{fn:PDFA}, a specific color profile is \emph{not} necessary if you use an up-to-date version of the \verb+pdfx+\index{Packages!pdfx@\verb+pdfx+} package as it automatically includes a free color profile. Check the documentation of the \verb+pdfx+\index{Packages!pdfx@\verb+pdfx+} package to find how to include other color profiles. Normally, the default should however suffice. The \verb+pdfx+\index{Packages!pdfx@\verb+pdfx+} package also loads the \verb+hyperref+\index{Packages!hyperref@\verb+hyperref+} package. \textbf{Note that the \texttt{pdfx} package cannot ensure that all your included PDFs fulfill the PDF/A standard. Hence, check your PDF for PDF/A compatibility whenever you included external files.}
\subsection{Support for Overleaf or other online editors}\label{subsec:overleaf}
This template was successfully tested with Overleaf\footnote{\url{https://de.overleaf.com/}, January 2019}, an online editor for \LaTeX\ documents. If you would like to write in such an online environment, simply upload the template folder to a new empty project and compile it online. This way, you do not have to install any \LaTeX\ distribution locally. \textbf{Note that this is not advised if you have sensitive data, for example from a company. In this case, your data should remain on your or your company's computer!}
This template is compatible with Overleaf\footnote{\url{https://de.overleaf.com/}, January 2019}, an online editor for \LaTeX\ documents. If you would like to write in such an online environment, upload the content of the subfolder \verb+LaTeX_template_thesis+ to an empty project and compile it online. This way, you do not have to install any \LaTeX\ distribution locally. \textbf{Note that this is not advised if you have sensitive data, for example from a company. In this case, your data should remain on your or your company's computer!}
\subsection{Automatic Indenting of .tex Files}\label{subsec:automatic_indenting_latexindent}
Indenting \emph{can} be used for structuring one's document, e.g.~by indenting everything within an \verb+equation+ environment, but is certainly \emph{not} a must-have for a thesis. If you do not need automatic indenting, you can skip this section.\\
Unfortunately, \LaTeX\ does not offer automatic indenting as do, for example, Matlab or Python. However, the perl script-based \verb+latexindent+\index{Scripts!latexindent@\verb+latexindent+}\footnote{\url{https://github.com/cmhughes/latexindent.pl}, February 2019} can be used for automatic indenting of the source code. This executable is part of every \LaTeX\ distribution. There are two ways of using \verb+latexindent+\index{Scripts!latexindent@\verb+latexindent+}: directly running \verb+latexindent+\index{Scripts!latexindent@\verb+latexindent+} or calling it via \verb+arara+\index{Scripts!arara@\verb+arara+}\footnote{\url{https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/126241/autoindent-in-texmaker}, January 2019}. The arara\index{Scripts!arara@\verb+arara+} software is also part of every \LaTeX\ distribution and can be used for \TeX\ automation.\footnote{\url{https://github.com/cereda/arara}, February 2019} The first option is described here for a Windows operating system (the instructions for Linux and Mac should be similar; only the file extension .exe is propably different). With this option, it is only possible to indent one file at a time (the file that is currently open in Texmaker). The second option can automatically indent all files in the document and is described in \autoref{ch:automatic_indenting_arara}.\\
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address = {March 9--10, Verona (Italy)},
}
@Thesis{Hoffmann2015,
author = {Christian Hoffmann},
title = {Real-time Optimization and Moving-horizon State Estimation for a Hydroformylation Plant},
school = {Technische Universität Berlin},
year = {2015},
type = {Masterarbeit},
}
@Thesis{Hoffmann2013,
author = {Christian Hoffmann},
title = {Simulation von Absorptionsprozessen mit ASPEN Plus für das Absorptionsmittel Methyldiethanolamin-Piperazin},
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type = {Bachelorarbeit},
}
@Thesis{Hoffmann2015,
author = {Christian Hoffmann},
title = {Real-time Optimization and Moving-horizon State Estimation for a Hydroformylation Plant},
school = {Technische Universität Berlin},
year = {2015},
type = {Masterarbeit},
}
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