Created using the Deedy CV/Resume XeLaTeX Template
Version 1.0 (5/5/2014)
This template has been downloaded from:
Debarghya Das (http://www.debarghyadas.com)
With extensive modifications by:
Journal of Language Modelling is a free (for readers and authors alike) open-access peer-reviewed journal aiming to bridge the gap between theoretical linguistics and natural language processing. Although typical articles are concerned with linguistic generalisations – either with their application in natural language processing, or with their discovery in language corpora – possible topics range from linguistic analyses which are sufficiently precise to be implementable to mathematical models of aspects of language, and further to computational systems making non-trivial use of linguistic insights.
jlm.cls has been modified in this template to load the fonts from a subfolder, instead of from the operating system's font library.
This DarkConsole beamer theme and template was created by Kazuki Maeda <firstname.lastname@example.org> for Japanese presentations, but can be used for English (or other European languages) presentations as well. It has been modified to work with XeLaTeX.
Dr Driver's standard reading quiz template, downloaded from the github gist on 20th August 2014.
The version on writeLaTeX has the commands for choosing the Meta and Meta Serif fonts commented out as these are not currently installed on the system. The template compiles with XeLaTeX.
This is a very unofficial and primitive template for typesetting dissertations, as outlined by the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Freiburg i.Br., Germany. This example does not provide a finished or fully developed dissertation template - not in any way! In fact, its mere purpose is to lay some rudimentary foundations for further modifications! (compiler: XeLaTeX, preferably)