Unofficial template (XeLaTeX version) for typesetting graduate diploma theses - Department of Computer Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Peloponnese, Greece.
the "arial/times/clearsans" option enables typesetting with the respective font.
the "printer" option provides a printer-friendly grayscale thesis version.
the "watermark" option adds a watermark to indicate a draft copy of the thesis.
the "histinit" option allows "historiated" initial chapter characters (in combination with the \InitialCharacter macro).
add/remove the "hyperref" option to enable/disable hyperlinks within the produced PDF file: (if compiling offline, it might be useful to delete the auxiliary files after adding/removing the "hyperref" option).
add/remove the "noindex" option to disable/enable index generation (might be also helpful to speed-up online compilation).
add/remove the "plain" option to disable tikz graphics in title page and part/chapter headers (might help to avoid compilation timeouts).
Note that "plain" disables CD label and cover creation.
(Last update: Sept 29, 2015 - for changes since the previous version, see the ChangeLog section at the end of the template's ".cls" file ).
A pdfLaTeX version of the template is also available.
The XeLaTeX version automates typesetting bilingual (greek/english) text, without using language-switching macros. Proper sorting of greek index terms is also handled automatically.
Note that compile timeout errors may occur for free-plan Overleaf users.
Times, Arial and ClearSans font files are included.
Based on a template by the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA).
Indicative text partially adopted from: I. Spyropoulou, An RDF schema-based peer-to-peer system, Diploma Thesis, NTUA, 2005
This is a simple template (v2) for PhD, Master and Diploma Thesis made for the needs of Archival, Library and Information Studies, University of West Attica, Greece. A big part of the template is based on work done by Aggeliki Nikolakopoulou, member of Knowledge and Uncertainty Research Laboratory, University of Peloponnese, Greece