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\chapter{\LaTeX}
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\begin{howtoThesis}

As the document you are currently reading is a manual and \emph{not} a
thesis or scientific paper this chapter gives you proposals on what to
read but does not fully discuss the state of the art covering
everything.
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If you have other helpful sources please file an issue or a pull
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request to the\Note{Do we have a function email address we can give
  here?
}
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\fhref{https://gitlab.rz.uni-bamberg.de/cogsys/public/students/thesis-template}{repo}.

\end{howtoThesis}
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\section{\LaTeX\ Introductions and HowTos}
\label{sec:latex-literature}
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There is a huge number of \LaTeX\ tutorials on the Internet, CTAN%
\footnote{The \href{https://www.ctan.org/}{Comprehensive TeX Archive
    Network}} provides (among the vast amount of packages) a whole
\fhref{https://www.ctan.org/topic/tut-latex}{list of tutorials} (of
variable quality) in various languages. The
\citehreft{Oetiker_et_al:2001} aka “\LaTeXe\ in 139~minutes”
\parencite{Oetiker_et_al:2001} is the oldest still maintained one.

\begin{TODO}
  Add some useful introductions.
\end{TODO}

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\section{Other Sources on How To Write (a Thesis)}
\label{sec:writing-literature}
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\begin{TODO}
  We should give at least some advise ;-)
\end{TODO}
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\section{Citing Literature}
\label{sec:citing}

\begin{howtoThesis}

Typically you cite in one of the following ways: This algorithm is
based on \brand{GraphPlan} \citep{Blum97}. \citet{Blum97} introduced
\brand{GraphPlan} as an efficient algorithm for plan construction for
finite domains.
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\end{howtoThesis}
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