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+[github_last_commit]: https://github.com/skulumani/thesis-gwu/commits/master
+[github_activity]: https://github.com/skulumani/thesis-gwu/graphs/commit-activity
+
+## [GWU Thesis](https://skulumani.github.io/2016/10/thesis-gwu)
+
+This is a GWU SEAS thesis template.
+It complies with the requirements as laid out by the [ETD](http://library.gwu.edu/etd/formatting-content).
+
+### Building the PDF
+
+To build the document, it is easiest to use the great [latexmk](http://mg.readthedocs.io/latexmk.html) by simply running:
+
+~~~
+latexmk thesis-sample.tex
+~~~
+
+
+## Intro to LaTeX
+
+This is a LaTeX class file, and an example document, which demonstrates the use of thesis-gwu.cls.
+It is much different than a simple, easy to follow tutorial for learning how to use LaTeX.
+In much the same way, one would not want to wait until the day of an exam to beginning learning new material, you as the user should avoid trying to learn something as complex as LaTeX when a deadline (thesis) is fast approaching.
+
+If there's one piece of advice with LaTeX it is this:
+
+**Begin early and read all you can**
+
+You will run into issues and difficulties.
+However, you are not the first, and most definitely, not the last person to encounter the exact same issue.
+The only hope is to find a solution and try to document your process to help others who come afterwards.
+
+As a result, this document **DOES NOT** teach you how to use LaTeX, but rather it focuses on the usage of the class file and creating a GWU SEAS thesis.
+It is up to you to learn LaTeX.
+
+All that being said, this document does make it relatively easy, and here is a little more help for the uninitiated.
+Most of this material comes from the very good [LaTeX Wikibook](https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX).
+
+### Getting LaTeX
+
+You can either install or use an online service.
+Installing everything means you can work without being connected to the internet.
+You also have total control over the various intricacies of LaTeX as it's on your system.
+This also means you have the responsibility of ensuring it's working properly, and fixing it when it goes horribly wrong.
+
+At the same time, you also are dependent on the internet and a working website in order to write your thesis.
+If their website is compromised, crashes, gets DDoS'ed or the like, you may be in a difficult situation.
+
+The choice is ultimately up to you and here are some links
+
+1. [TexLive](https://www.tug.org/texlive/)
+  * This distribution runs on Linux/Unix/Windows.
+  It is my preferred choice for installation.
+2. [MacTeX](https://tug.org/mactex/)
+  * This distribution basically converts TeXLive to run on MacOS.
+  For all useful purposes, it works exactly like TeXLive.
+3. [MikTeX](https://miktex.org/)
+  * This is a Windows specific distribution.
+  It has some slight differences as compared to TeXLive which may or may not matter to you.
+4. [ShareLaTeX](https://www.sharelatex.com/)
+  * A nice online service to allow you to compile your documents.
+  I've heard good things from friends and it seems to be preferred over the following.
+5. [OverLeaf](https://www.overleaf.com/)
+  * Another online LaTeX document creation service.
+
+### Learning LaTeX
+
+LaTeX/TeX is a high quality document typesetting programming language.
+It was invented by [Donald Knuth](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Knuth) and is the standard for creating high quality publications accurately and consistently.
+The history of [LaTeX](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX) is quite interesting and you might use some of your copious free time to read more about it.
+
+There are a wide variety of resources available to learn LaTeX.
+Here are some examples that I've used to learn.
+In the end, any learning process is generally difficult and time intensive.
+Again, it pays to begin early.
+
+1. [TeXLive](https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX)
+2. [Intro to LaTeX2e](http://tug.ctan.org/info/lshort/english/lshort.pdf)
+3. [LaTeX for novices](http://www.dickimaw-books.com/latex/novices/)
+4. [Solve all LaTeX problems](http://bfy.tw/8RQd)
+
+## Usage
+
+:exclamation: Hopefully you've used LaTeX prior to starting your dissertation.
+
+For the user, you only have to modify the [frontmatter](https://github.com/skulumani/thesis-gwu/blob/master/tex/frontmatter.tex) with your information.
+The class file will automatically use this data to populate the title page, copyright, committee information, etc.
+
+There is already logic built in to allow for commands to be removed/added at will.
+For example, there are a variety of frontmatter pages, i.e. prologue, preface, and acknowledgments, while in reality you'll typically only include one of these.
+Simply, by removing the command or using the macros \hidepreface you can automatically remove them.
+
+Your text can be included in individual /tex/*.tex files and included in the main document using \include{./tex/chapter1.tex}.
+This gives you the added benefit of using \includeonly{chapter1.tex} to compile only specific sections of your much larger thesis.
+
+The class file already loads several common packages such as, amsmath, graphicx, cleveref, hyperref and others.
+You can add more packages but be aware that all package interactions **HAVE NOT** been tested.
+
+There is also some demonstration of typical commands, such as equations, figures, cross-referencing.
+
+## Contributing
+
+Feel free to contribute any comments/suggestions you may have for this thesis.
+There are already a variety of [issues](https://github.com/skulumani/thesis-gwu/issues) that anyone can contribute to help solving.
+
+If you have any ideas to improve this class file or want to implement some new features feel free to submit a [pull request](https://help.github.com/articles/about-pull-requests/).
+
+Eventually, this class file can serve as a legitimate format for all GWU graduate work.
+
+## Inspiration
+
+This is an extension/modification of a template created for the [University of Michigan](http://www-personal.umich.edu/~dalle/codes/thesis-umich/) by Derek Dalle.
+I've made some modifications and updates to replace out of date packages, and comply with GWU guidelines.
+
+
+This thesis class and template are released under the [GNU General Public License v3.0](http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html)

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+% !TEX root = ../thesis-sample.tex
+\appendix
+\chapter{Appendix}
+This is an example of an appendix.
+The only difference is the use of \verb+\appendix+ command at the start of this \texttt{tex} file.
+This automatically changes the chapter and section headings.
+
+\section{A section}
+The easiest method.
+
+$$\label{eq:sum} + x_k = \frac{a_k+b_k}{2} +$$
+
+\section{False Position}
+\lipsum[20]
+
+
+\section{Starting the Appendices}
+Actually, using appendices is quite simple.  Immediately after the end
+of the last chapter and before the start of the first appendix, simply
+enter the command \verb|\appendix|.  This will tell \LaTeX~to change
+how it interprets the commands \verb|\chapter|, \verb|\section|,
+\textit{etc.}
+
+Each appendix is actually a chapter, so once the \verb|\appendix|
+command has been called, start a new appendix by simply using the
+\verb|\chapter| command.
+
+Note that the \verb|\appendix| command should be called only
+once--not before the start of each appendix.
+
+All the fancy referencing and tools still work.
+You only need to add the appendix command and all will be as it should be.
+
+\chapter{Another Appendix}
+\lipsum[24]

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+% !TEX root = ../thesis-sample.tex
+
+% --------- FRONT MATTER PAGES ---------------------
+% Title of the thesis
+\title{Thesis GWU Example Dissertation}
+
+% Author name
+\author{Shankar Kulumani}
+
+% Previous degrees
+\bsdepartment{Astronautical Engineering}
+
+\msdepartment{Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering}
+\msschool{Purdue University}
+\showmsdegree % you can show or hide the MS degree line
+% \hidemsdegree
+
+% PhD degree commands
+% Committee
+%\hidecommitteepage
+\committee{ %
+Taeyoung Lee, Associate Professor of Engineering and Applied Science,\\
+Dissertation Director\\ % remember to add a space between committee members
+
+Full Name, Title, \\
+Dissertation Director/Dissertation Co-Director/Committee Member
+}
+
+% Chair must be entered separately for formatting reasons.
+\chair{Tayeoung Lee}
+\chairtitle{Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering}
+% Department
+\department{Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering}
+
+\defensedate{Dec 1, 2018}
+% Year of completion for copyright page and perhaps other places
+\year=2018
+
+
+% Dedication
+\dedication[8]{ %
+\textit{Include a fancy quote or dedication}
+}
+
+% Acknowledgments
+\acknowledgments{
+    Here you can acknowledge all of those people who have helped you to reach this point.
+    It's rare that any work is done in a vacuum and your research is no exception.
+    Feel free to be grateful for all those who've aided you along your way.
+}
+
+% -----------------------------------------------------------------
+% Typically only one of Preface/Foreward/Prologue would be in your thesis.
+% To choose one simply delete the others and they will automatically dissappear
+
+% Preface
+\preface{
+    This is the preface.
+    It's another front matter page that offers additional detail into your work.
+    Typically, only one (preface OR prologue OR foreword) is used.
+    You can remove the other sections by deleting them inside \texttt{tex/frontmatter.tex} or using the appropriate show or hide commands.
+}
+
+\prologue{
+    This is the prologe.
+    It's another front matter page that offers additional detail into your work.
+    Typically, only one (preface OR prologue OR foreword) is used.
+    You can remove the other sections by deleting them inside \texttt{tex/frontmatter.tex} or using the appropriate show or hide commands.
+}
+
+\foreword[2]{
+    This is the forword.
+    It's another front matter page that offers additional detail into your work.
+    Typically, only one (preface OR prologue OR foreword) is used.
+    You can remove the other sections by deleting them inside \texttt{tex/frontmatter.tex} or using the appropriate show or hide commands.
+}
+% ----------------------------------------------------------------------
+
+% commands to show or hide front matter pages
+
+\showabstract
+\showcommitteepage
+\showdedication
+\showacknowledgments
+\showpreface
+\showprologue
+\showforeword
+
+% Commands to hide or show lists of figures, tables, etc.
+\showlistoffigures
+\showlistoftables
+\hidenomenclature
+
+% --------- ACRONYMS and SYMBOLS ------------------------------
+% TODO Deprecate the entire acronym package and switch to glossaries
+
+% You can either use the acronymn or glossaries package (both work)
+% Definition of any abbreviations used.
+\abbreviations{
+    \acro{CRTBP}{Circular Restricted Three Body Problem}
+    \acro{NSA}{National Security Agency}
+    \acro{SSME}{Space Shuttle Main Engine}
+}
+% call an abbreviation using \ac{abbrev}
+
+% symbols and acronyms only show up when used in the text
+\symbols{
+    \acro{J}{Moment of Inertia}
+}
+
+% if you want acronymn (simpler) then change these to show
+\hidelistofabbreviations
+\hidelistofsymbols
+
+% if you want glossaries (more powerful) then leave above as hide
+% GLOSSARIES package options - automatically turns off front pages from acronym package
+
+% acronymns and symbols are basically the same, but there are two provided
+% locations where they can show up
+\setabbreviationstyle[acronym]{long-short}
+\setabbreviationstyle[abbreviation]{long-short}
+\makeglossaries
+% you can hide/show the glossaries page
+\showglossarieslistofabbreviations
+\showglossarieslistofsymbols
+\showglossariesglossaryofterms
+
+% acronyms defined in glossaries
+\newabbreviation{crtbp}{CRTBP}{Circular Restricted Three Body Problem}
+\newabbreviation{lidar}{LIDAR}{Light Detection and Ranging}
+% defining abbreviations like this allows for autocompletion
+\newglossaryentry{filo}{
+    name={FILO},
+    type=\glsxtrabbrvtype,
+    description={first in last out},
+    first={first in last out (FILO)}
+}
+
+% glossary entries
+\newglossaryentry{linux}{
+    name=Linux,
+    description={is a generic term referring to the family of Unix-like computer operating systems that use the Linux kernel},
+    plural=Linuces
+}
+
+\newglossaryentry{matrix}{
+    name={matrix},
+    plural={matrices},
+    description={rectangular array of quanttities}
+}
+
+% symbols
+\newglossaryentry{M}{
+    type=symbols,
+    name={\ensuremath{M}},
+    sort=M,
+    description={a \gls{matrix}}
+}
+
+\newglossaryentry{F}{
+    type=symbols,
+    name={\ensuremath{F}},
+    sort=F,
+    description={External Force}
+}
+% Some abstract text
+\abstract{
+This is the abstract.
+It contains some random text from the \texttt{lipsum} package.
+You may safely remove the \texttt{lipsum} package once you write your thesis.
+
+\lipsum[1]
+}

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+% !TEX root = ../thesis-sample.tex
+
+\chapter{Now we know what they mean by advanced'' tactical training.} \label{chap:intro}
+
+Here's an acronym \ac{CRTBP} and a symbol \ac{F}, followed by some random text.
+Let's use an acronym from the \texttt{glossaries} package, \acrfull{crtbp} and \gls{F}.
+Now what are the possibilities of warp drive? Cmdr Riker's nervous system has been invaded by an unknown microorganism. The organisms fuse to the nerve, intertwining at the molecular level. That's why the transporter's biofilters couldn't extract it. The vertex waves show a K-complex corresponding to an REM state. The engineering section's critical. Destruction is imminent. Their robes contain ultritium, highly explosive, virtually undetectable by your transporter.
+
+Deflector power at maximum. Energy discharge in six seconds. Warp reactor core primary coolant failure. Fluctuate phaser resonance frequencies. Resistance is futile. Recommend we adjust shield harmonics to the upper EM band when proceeding. These appear to be some kind of power-wave-guide conduits which allow them to work collectively as they perform ship functions. Increase deflector modulation to upper frequency band.
+
+\section{Float environments}
+There are many possible float enviornments, and this section will serve as an introduction and demonstration of some of them.
+In addition, it offers the ability to ensure that this template actually follows the guidelines.
+
+\subsection{Figures}\label{ssec:figures}
+
+Here is a figure as shown in~\cref{fig:picard}.
+Notice how we're using the fancy referencing offered by the \verb+cleveref+ package.
+The magic of \LaTeX automatically figures out that the previous reference points to a figure while~\cref{ssec:figures} points to a section.
+
+\begin{figure}
+    \centering
+    \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{figures/picard_yes.jpg}
+    \caption[Damage report!]{I'm afraid I still don't understand, sir.\label{fig:picard}}
+\end{figure}
+
+\subsection{Tables}\label{ssec:tables}
+
+Here's a table in~\cref{tab:table}
+
+\begin{table}
+\begin{center}
+    \begin{tabular}{ | l | l | l | p{5cm} |}
+    \hline
+    Day & Min Temp & Max Temp & Summary \\ \hline
+    Monday & 11C & 22C & A clear day with lots of sunshine.
+    However, the strong breeze will bring down the temperatures. \\ \hline
+    Tuesday & 9C & 19C & Cloudy with rain, across many northern regions. Clear spells
+    across most of Scotland and Northern Ireland,
+    but rain reaching the far northwest. \\ \hline
+    Wednesday & 10C & 21C & Rain will still linger for the morning.
+    Conditions will improve by early afternoon and continue
+    throughout the evening. \\
+    \hline
+    \end{tabular}
+    \caption[Short caption for table]{Long caption for text \label{tab:table}}
+    \end{center}
+\end{table}
+
+\section{References and Citation}
+Here's we'll fill this section with some more interesting Star Trek text.
+Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship's deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole's size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation?
+
+Finally, we'll add a subfigure to demonstrate it's proper use.
+Many people use the package~\verb+subfigure+ but this is in fact, quite wrong.
+To begin, the~\verb+subfigure+ package has been deprecated, which one can check by going to \url{https://www.ctan.org/pkg/subfigure}{CTAN}.
+Instead, everyone should be using~\verb+subcaption+, just as this class file is already doing.
+Here, in~\cref{fig:xkcd}, we see two subfigures encapsulated in a larger figure environment.
+Luckily, with our fancy referencing we have access to both~\cref{fig:ext,fig:ksp} using the same commands.
+The key thing to note from~\cref{fig:ext} is that trustworthiness reaches a maximum for those using~\verb+.tex+.
+\begin{figure}[htbp]
+    \centering
+    \begin{subfigure}[htbp]{0.5\textwidth}
+        \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{figures/file_extensions.png}
+        \caption{File Extensions} \label{fig:ext}
+    \end{subfigure}~ %add desired spacing between images, e. g. ~, \quad, \qquad, \hfill etc. %(or a blank line to force the subfigure onto a new line)
+    \begin{subfigure}[htbp]{0.5\textwidth}
+        \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{figures/orbital_mechanics.png}
+        \caption{Kerbal Space Program} \label{fig:ksp}
+    \end{subfigure}
+    \caption[XKCD]{Some words of wisdom from Randall Munroe}
+    \label{fig:xkcd}
+\end{figure}
+
+\subsection{References}
+
+Lots of famous people tend to write famous papers~\cite{newton1999}.
+Were they famous because or in-spite of their papers?
+Regardless, they're famous now and we all should read them.
+Certain people are so famous and do such great work that they invent a whole new field of study with a single paper~\cite{kalman1960,shannon1949}
+
+\section{Math}
+
+Here are some nice equations~\cref{prob_def,prob_def_constrained}
+Run a manual sweep of anomalous airborne or electromagnetic readings. Radiation levels in our atmosphere have increased by 3,000 percent. Electromagnetic and subspace wave fronts approaching synchronization. What is the strength of the ship's deflector shields at maximum output? The wormhole's size and short period would make this a local phenomenon. Do you have sufficient data to compile a holographic simulation?
+\begin{align}
+\label{prob_def}
+&\min_{s\subset W}\ J(s) = \sum_{i=1}^{l-1} H(s_j, s_{j+1}) \\
+&\max_{s\subset W}\ P_{tr}(s) = \prod_{i=1}^{l-1} P_{tr}(s_j, s_{j+1}) \nonumber
+\end{align}
+
+Unidentified vessel travelling at sub warp speed, bearing 235.7. Fluctuations in energy readings from it, Captain. All transporters off. A strange set-up, but I'd say the graviton generator is depolarized. The dark colourings of the scrapes are the leavings of natural rubber, a type of non-conductive sole used by researchers experimenting with electricity. The molecules must have been partly de-phased by the anyon beam.
+\begin{align}
+\label{prob_def_constrained}
+&\min_{s\subset W}\ J(s) = \sum_{i=1}^{l-1} H(s_j, s_{j+1}) \\
+&\text{subject to} \ P_{tr}(s)>\epsilon_{tr} \nonumber
+\end{align}
+
+We're acquainted with the wormhole phenomenon, but this... Is a remarkable piece of bio-electronic engineering by which I see much of the EM spectrum ranging from heat and infrared through radio waves, et cetera, and forgive me if I've said and listened to this a thousand times. This planet's interior heat provides an abundance of geothermal energy. We need to neutralize the homing signal.
+
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+% !TEX root = ../thesis-sample.tex
+
+\chapter{Using this template} \label{chap:intro}
+
+This chapter is stuck among the others as a brief users' manual for this template.
+The approach to this template is to result in \LaTeX~source code files (\texttt{.tex} files) that are as simple as possible.
+It also tries to do as much as possible automatically so that the user does not have to spend a lot of effort trying to match the poorly documented guidelines'' provided by GWU or SEAS.
+This is particularly useful for the first few pages, for example the title page, dedication, and abstract page, which are difficult to make in \LaTeX~and are supposed to go in a certain order.
+
+In addition to the description in this chapter, anyone may, of course, also look at the source code for this file, \texttt{thesis-sample.tex}.
+That file contains all of the source for this \texttt{.pdf} in a single file, but it will work just as well with multiple input files combined with the \texttt{input} or \texttt{include} commands.
+Generally, it is a better idea to use \texttt{include} as this will allow for selective compiling of a specific portion of your thesis, i.e. only a single chapter at a time.
+
+Provided you are using a modern PDF viewer to view this document, you may have already noticed this.
+It creates a list of bookmarks, which can be used to quickly navigate what may be a long document.
+It also turns references within the text into links.
+Although the chapter and section names are shown in black (in accordance with the GWU guidelines), clicking on them does navigate to the start of the chapter, section, etc.
+
+
+\section{General Usage}
+The way to invoke usage of this template is to put
+\begin{verbatim}
+\documentclass{thesis-gwu.cls}
+\end{verbatim}
+at the beginning of your preamble.
+This can also work if the \texttt{thesis-gwu.cls} file is not in the same directory as your \texttt{.tex} file.
+To do so, just give the relative path.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\documentclass{./tex/thesis-gwu.cls}
+\end{verbatim}
+
+Much like a usual article or report in \LaTeX, the user specifies the primary information about the document in the preamble with commands like
+\begin{verbatim}
+\author{Shankar Kulumani}
+\chair{Taeyoung Lee}
+\end{verbatim}
+At the beginning of the document, the title page will automatically be created and inserted at the beginning of the document.
+If you forget to declare any of the required fields, it will generate a title page with a message such as Insert an author!''
+
+However, the template does a lot more in the preamble than just create a title page.
+The preamble (that is, whatever comes before \texttt{begin\{document\}} in the primary \texttt{.tex} file) is also the place for the user to specify a dedication, any acknowledgments, a foreword, \textit{etc.}
+This is done in a manner very similar manner to declaring the author, title, and so on. Suppose that someone wants to have a simple dedication To Mom'', the following command is all that is needed.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\dedication{To Mom}
+\end{verbatim}
+This will cause the document to have a dedication page with the
+corresponding text.
+If the \texttt{dedication} command is not present, there will not be a dedication page.
+All the work of either having or not having a dedication has been compressed into a single command!
+Things other than simple text \emph{are} allowed in the dedication, so feel free to put equations or whatever inside there.
+There are a few more commands that can be used to customize the appearance of the dedication page, and also for the other preamble text pages, but that is left to~\cref{ssec:dedication}.
+
+\section{Front Matter}
+The \LaTeX term frontmatter'' refers to all of the pages that occur before the beginning of the first chapter.
+It is usually made clear to the reader because the pages in the front matter are numbered with lower-case Roman numerals instead of Arabic numerals.
+
+The present template, \texttt{thesis-gwu.cls} attempts to remove as much work associated with the front matter as possible.
+The template inserts all of the front matter pages automatically, so that there is
+not even a need to use a command like \verb+\maketitle+.
+The first thing after \verb+\begin{document}+ should be the start of the first
+chapter.
+
+\subsection{Identifiers}
+The template is not able to read minds, of course, so there needs to be some way of inputting the relevant information.
+This section covers how to specify the author, title, and so on.
+For the most part, this works just like any other \LaTeX~document, but a dissertation has a few more identifiers than most documents (How many books or reports have a
+committee?).
+So there are a few extra commands provided by this template, and they work \emph{almost} exactly like the standard commands.
+
+\begin{table}
+ \caption{ \label{tab:identifiers}
+  List of all identifier commands}
+ \centering
+ \small
+ \begin{tabular}{l @{\hspace{16pt}} l @{\hspace{16pt}} p{6cm}}
+  \hline \hline
+  \textsc{Item} & \textsc{Usage} & \textsc{Comment} \\
+  \hline
+  Author      & \verb|\author{...}|
+   & Works as in standard \LaTeX \\
+  Chair       & \verb|\chair{...}|
+   & Name of chair \emph{without} any title or affiliation.  This
+     appears only on the abstract page, and only if there is no
+     co-chair. \\
+  Co-chair    & \verb|\cochair{...}|
+   & Names of all co-chairs \emph{without} any titles or
+     affiliations.  This appears only on the abstract page.  Note
+     that by convention, it is not chair \emph{and} co-chair, but
+     just two co-chairs. \\
+  Committee   & \verb|\committee{...}|
+   & Formatted names of committee members \emph{with} the
+     appropriate titles and university names.  This will appear
+     only on the title page. \\
+  Department  & \verb|\department{...}|
+   & Title of department of student \\
+  Title       & \verb|\title{...}|
+   & Works as in standard \LaTeX \\
+  Year        & \verb|\year=2012|
+   & Year that dissertation will be \emph{completed} \\
+  \hline \hline
+ \end{tabular}
+\end{table}
+
+A full list of the identifiers is given in Table \cref{tab:identifiers}.
+You're free to adjust/delete these commands as desired.
+
+
+
+
+By default, the template assumes that there should be a copyright page, and the copyright holder is the author.
+To assign the copyright to someone other than the author, use the following command.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\end{verbatim}
+
+
+\subsection{Text Pages}  \label{ssec:dedication}
+The handling of the first few pages after the title page is one of the best features of this template.
+The pages that occur between the copyright page and the abstract page all consist of short pieces of text that are usually a single paragraph.
+The text for each of these pages is set up using a command of the same name.
+Generally, only one of the front matter pages is used.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\foreword{This is going to be the best dissertation ever.}
+\end{verbatim}
+Usually the contents of each of these pages will be longer than a single sentence, and thus it should be noted that each of these commands allows most types of \LaTeX~input.
+For example, the following is perfectly acceptable input--at least as far as the template is concerned.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\foreword{This is going to be the \emph{best}. \\
+ \begin{center} Really, really. \end{center}}
+\end{verbatim}
+
+As I mentioned before, a given page will appear in the document if and only if the corresponding command is used.
+The order in which the pages appear does not depend on the order the commands are used in the preamble.
+You can also prevent the pages from appearing by using commands like \verb|\hideforeword|.
+
+The style of each page can also be set by the user.
+By default, each page will appear with a bold, italic heading corresponding to the name
+of the page.
+However, there are five other formats, which can be controlled using an optional argument.
+For example, the following command creates a dedication page with no heading (\textit{i.e.}~it does not say Dedication'' on the page) but with lines above and below the dedication text.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\dedication[4]{To Mom}
+\end{verbatim}
+A complete list of the available styles is given in \cref{tab:fronstyle}.
+The style of each page can be set independently, but it is also possible to change which style is used by default.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\frontpagestyle{6}
+\end{verbatim}
+This would make all of the commands that were called without optional
+inputs to create pages using style 6.
+
+\begin{table}
+ \caption{ \label{tab:fronstyle}
+  List of styles for frontmatter text pages}
+ \centering
+ \begin{tabular}{c @{\hspace{16pt}} p{8cm}}
+  \hline \hline
+  \textsc{Style} & \textsc{Description} \\
+  \hline
+  1 & Justified text with no header or lines \\
+  2 & Justified text with bold italic header and no lines \\
+  3 & Justified text, capitalized header, no lines \\
+  4 & Justified text with lines and no header \\
+  5 & Justified text with bold italic header and lines \\
+  6 & Justified text with capitalized header and lines \\
+  other & Centered text with no header or lines \\
+  \hline \hline
+ \end{tabular}
+\end{table}
+
+
+
+\subsection{Lists of Things}   \label{ssec:lists}
+Suffice it to say that this template handles the Table of Contents appropriately, but this section is also meant to address the List of Figures, List of Tables, \textit{etc}.  According to the guidelines, a corresponding list must appear if there is more than one figure, table, map, program, illustration, or appendix.
+The template assumes that the dissertation will contain at least two figures and tables.
+If, for example, there is only one figure,
+\begin{verbatim}
+\hidelistoffigures
+\end{verbatim}
+must be put in the preamble.
+There are similar commands to hide/show all of the front matter pages.
+These can be used at will as desired.
+
+\subsection{Glossary of Terms}\label{ssec:glossary}
+Here is an example.
+\Gls{linux} is a computer operating system, and its completely free and open.
+
+A \gls{matrix}, denoted \gls{M}.
+Lots of \glspl{matrix}.
+\Glspl{matrix} are a rectangular array of quantities.
+No indexing, linking, or formatting: \glsentrytext{matrix}.
+The identity \gls{matrix}['s] diagonal consists of ones.
+
+First use: \gls{filo}.
+Next use: \gls{filo}.
+Full form: \acrfull{filo}.
+
+
+\subsection{Acronymns and Symbols}\label{ssec:acronymns}
+The other type of list that can occur is for abbreviations of various types.
+This is a somewhat convenient feature, particularly there are a lot of acronyms in the dissertation.
+This template utilizes the \texttt{acronym} or \texttt{glossaries} packages, but eventually I would like to migrate to the use of \texttt{glossaries} which is continuing to be supported and deprecate the use of \texttt{acronym}, for now both are supported.
+
+\subsubsection{\texttt{acronymn} usage - try to avoid using this as it's not the best}
+In the preamble put a command like the following.
+\begin{verbatim}
+\abbreviations{
+ \acro{CFD}{Computational Fluid Dynamics}
+ \acro{LOA}{List of Abbreviations}
+ \acro{H2O}[$\mathrm{H_2O}$]{water}}
+\end{verbatim}
+This will define a bunch of abbreviations that can be used.
+When you want to use one of the acronyms within the text, simply use the \verb|\ac| command to refer to the abbreviation you want.
+This will automatically spell out what the abbreviation stands for on the first use and only print out the abbreviation on subsequent uses.
+
+\subsubsection{\texttt{glossaries} usage - much improved and more powerful}
+In addition, you can utilize the much more powerful \texttt{glossaries} package.
+You can define symbols, acronymns, or full glossary entries as desired.
+Each acronymn is defined using the following:
+\begin{verbatim}
+\newacronym{crtb}{CRTBP}{Circular Restricted Three Body Problem}
+\end{verbatim}
+Here we can  use an acronym, such as \gls{crtbp}.
+Or display the full name, \gls{crtbp}.
+
+\section{Float environments}
+There are many possible float enviornments, and this section will serve as an introduction and demonstration of some of them.
+In addition, it offers the ability to ensure that this template actually follows the guidelines.
+
+\subsection{Figures}\label{ssec:figures}
+
+Here is a figure as shown in~\cref{fig:picard}.
+Notice how we're using the fancy referencing offered by the \verb+cleveref+ package.
+The magic of \LaTeX automatically figures out that the previous reference points to a figure while~\cref{ssec:figures} points to a section.
+
+\begin{figure}
+    \centering
+    \includegraphics[width=0.5\textwidth]{figures/picard_yes.jpg}
+    \caption[Damage report!]{Glad to have a thesis class\label{fig:picard}}
+\end{figure}
+
+\subsection{Tables}\label{ssec:tables}
+
+Here's a table in~\cref{tab:table}
+
+\begin{table}
+\begin{center}
+    \begin{tabular}{ | l | l | l | p{5cm} |}
+    \hline
+    Day & Min Temp & Max Temp & Summary \\ \hline
+    Monday & 11C & 22C & A clear day with lots of sunshine.
+    However, the strong breeze will bring down the temperatures. \\ \hline
+    Tuesday & 9C & 19C & Cloudy with rain, across many northern regions. Clear spells
+    across most of Scotland and Northern Ireland,
+    but rain reaching the far northwest. \\ \hline
+    Wednesday & 10C & 21C & Rain will still linger for the morning.
+    Conditions will improve by early afternoon and continue
+    throughout the evening. \\
+    \hline
+    \end{tabular}
+    \caption[Short caption for table]{Long caption for text \label{tab:table}}
+    \end{center}
+\end{table}
+
+\section{References and Citation}
+Finally, we'll add a subfigure to demonstrate it's proper use.
+Many people use the package~\verb+subfigure+ but this is in fact, quite wrong.
+To begin, the~\verb+subfigure+ package has been deprecated, which one can check by going to \url{https://www.ctan.org/pkg/subfigure}{CTAN}.
+Instead, everyone should be using~\verb+subcaption+, just as this class file is already doing.
+Here, in~\cref{fig:xkcd}, we see two subfigures encapsulated in a larger figure environment.
+Luckily, with our fancy referencing we have access to both~\cref{fig:ext,fig:ksp} using the same commands.
+The key thing to note from~\cref{fig:ext} is that trustworthiness reaches a maximum for those using~\verb+.tex+.
+\begin{figure}[htbp]
+    \centering
+    \begin{subfigure}[htbp]{0.5\textwidth}
+        \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{figures/file_extensions.png}
+        \caption{File Extensions} \label{fig:ext}
+    \end{subfigure}~ %add desired spacing between images, e. g. ~, \quad, \qquad, \hfill etc. %(or a blank line to force the subfigure onto a new line)
+    \begin{subfigure}[htbp]{0.5\textwidth}
+        \includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{figures/orbital_mechanics.png}
+        \caption{Kerbal Space Program} \label{fig:ksp}
+    \end{subfigure}
+    \caption[XKCD]{Some words of wisdom from Randall Munroe}
+    \label{fig:xkcd}
+\end{figure}
+
+\subsection{References}
+
+Lots of famous people tend to write famous papers~\cite{newton1999}.
+Were they famous because or in-spite of their papers?
+Regardless, they're famous now and we all should read them.
+Certain people are so famous and do such great work that they invent a whole new field of study with a single paper~\cite{kalman1960,shannon1949}
+
+\section{Math}
+
+Here are some nice equations~\cref{prob_def,prob_def_constrained}
+\begin{align}
+\label{prob_def}
+&\min_{s\subset W}\ J(s) = \sum_{i=1}^{l-1} H(s_j, s_{j+1}) \\
+&\max_{s\subset W}\ P_{tr}(s) = \prod_{i=1}^{l-1} P_{tr}(s_j, s_{j+1}) \nonumber
+\end{align}
+
+Here's another equation.
+\begin{align}
+\label{prob_def_constrained}
+&\min_{s\subset W}\ J(s) = \sum_{i=1}^{l-1} H(s_j, s_{j+1}) \\
+&\text{subject to} \ P_{tr}(s)>\epsilon_{tr} \nonumber
+\end{align}
+
+
+
+
+
+

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+% !TEX root = ../thesis-sample.tex
+
+\chapter{Another sample chapter}\label{chap:ipsum}
+
+This chapter has several paragraphs of random text.
+This ensures our table of contents is correct and demonstrates how to use a multi-file \LaTeX document.
+
+\lipsum[1]
+
+\section{A section}
+\lipsum[10]
+
+\subsection{A subsection}
+\lipsum[9]
+
+\subsubsection{A subsubsection}
+\lipsum[11]
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+
+ at book{newton1999,
+    Annote = {https://archive.org/details/newtonspmathema00newtrich
+},
+    Author = {Newton, Isaac},
+    Date-Added = {2015-04-06 23:31:22 +0000},
+    Date-Modified = {2015-04-06 23:34:24 +0000},
+    Publisher = {Univ of California Press},
+    Title = {The principia: mathematical principles of natural philosophy},
+    Year = {1999}}
+
+ at article{shannon1949,
+    Author = {Shannon, C.E.},
+    Date-Added = {2013-01-17 04:24:11 +0000},
+    Date-Modified = {2013-10-30 16:05:34 +0000},
+    Doi = {10.1109/JRPROC.1949.232969},
+    Issn = {0096-8390},
+    Journal = {Proceedings of the IRE},
+    Keywords = {Bandwidth;Circuits;Communication systems;Electron tubes;Frequency measurement;Gain measurement;Klystrons;Shape;Telephony;Voltage;},
+    Month = {jan.},
+    Number = {1},
+    Pages = {10 - 21},
+    Title = {Communication in the Presence of Noise},
+    Volume = {37},
+    Year = {1949},
+    Bdsk-Url-1 = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JRPROC.1949.232969}}
+
+ at article{shannon1949a,
+    Author = {Shannon, Claude E},
+    Date-Added = {2016-04-17 19:05:57 +0000},
+    Date-Modified = {2016-04-17 19:06:10 +0000},
+    Journal = {Bell system technical journal},
+    Keywords = {cryptography},
+    Number = {4},
+    Pages = {656--715},
+    Publisher = {Wiley Online Library},
+    Title = {Communication theory of secrecy systems*},
+    Volume = {28},
+    Year = {1949},
+    }
+
+
+ at article{kalman1960,
+    Author = {Kalman, R E},
+    Date-Modified = {2013-10-30 16:05:34 +0000},
+    Journal = {Journal of Basic Engineering},
+    Local-Url = {/Users/shanks/Dropbox/docs/technical_papers/papers/A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problems_Kalman_1960.pdf},
+    Number = {1},
+    Pages = {35--45},
+    Title = {{A New Approach to Linear Filtering and Prediction Problems}},
+    Volume = {82},
+    Year = {1960},
+    }
+
+ at article{kalman1961,
+    Author = {Kalman, R. E. and Bucy, R. S.},
+    Date-Modified = {2013-10-30 16:05:34 +0000},
+    Doi = {10.1115/1.3658902},
+    Issn = {00219223},
+    Journal = {Journal of Basic Engineering},
+    Local-Url = {/Users/shanks/Dropbox/docs/technical_papers/papers/New Results in Linear Filtering and Prediction Theory_Kalman, Bucy_1961.pdf},
+    Number = {1},
+    Pages = {95},
+    Title = {{New Results in Linear Filtering and Prediction Theory}},
+    Volume = {83},
+    Year = {1961},
+    Bdsk-Url-2 = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/1.3658902}}

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+\documentclass[thesis]{thesis-gwu}[2016/09/24]
+
+% this package is only used to generate some random text.
+% it is not needed in a true document
+\usepackage{lipsum}
+
+\input{tex/frontmatter}
+
+%% DOCUMENT AREA
+\begin{document}
+
+\include{tex/manual}
+\include{tex/results}
+
+\bibliographystyle{plain}
+\bibliography{thesis-bib}
+
+% appendices must appear after
+\include{tex/appendix}
+\end{document}

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+%%
+%% This is the file thesis-gwu.cls.
+%% It provides a LaTeX class that is consistent with the guidelines
+%% provided by the School of Engineering and Science as described at
+%%   <http://library.gwu.edu/node/1128>
+%%
+%% GWU provides a sad excuse for a LaTeX template and this is an attempt to
+%% improve.
+%%
+%% This class is based on the LaTeX template provided at
+%%   <http://www-personal.umich.edu/~dalle/codes/thesis-umich/>
+%%
+%% The correct usage of this template is to use it as a documentclass.
+%% The first line of the .tex file should be
+%%
+%%     \documentclass{thesis-gwu}
+%%
+%% if this file is in the same directory as the .tex file.  If the
+%% two files are not in the same directory, the relative path from
+%% the .tex file to this .cls file should be provided.  For example,
+%% if the document is called thesis-dalle.tex and this file,
+%% thesis-umich.cls is in a subfolder called 'tex', the command
+%% should be
+%%
+%%     \documentclass{./tex/thesis-gwu}
+%%
+%% An example is distributed with this file that demonstrates all
+%% of the features of the template.  The example is in a file called
+%% thesis-sample.tex.
+%%
+
+%% VERSIONS:
+%%  1988.01.01 @Jin Ji            : Initial version; reportx.sty
+%%  1988.05.19 @Jin Ji            : Unrecorded changes
+%%                                  "CHAPTER" and also \@makecaption
+%%  1989.01.08 @Jin Ji            : Corrections for section headers
+%%  1989.11.29 @?                 : Removed a spurious command
+%%  1992.07.24 @Roque D. Oliveira : Modified \startappendices to work
+%%                                  with the New Font Selection Scheme.
+%%  2008.09.01 @Jason Gilbert     : Obsolete code removed for
+%%                                  compatibility with LaTeX2e; list of
+%%                                  page cleaner, fixed appendices,
+%%                                  bibliography, margins, title page,
+%%                                  frontispiece, bottom-center page
+%%                                  in-dissertation abstract and
+%%                                  abstract that prints at the end.
+%%  2011.04.09 @Derek Dalle       : Convert rac.sty --> thesis.umich.cls
+%%  2016.09.24 @Shankar Kulumani  : First attempt to modify for GWU
+%%
+
+% This prevents the compiler from running on old versions of LaTeX.
+\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e}
+
+% This command gives the name of the class.
+\ProvidesClass{thesis-gwu}[2016/09/24 GWU Thesis template]
+
+%% ---- OPTIONS PROCESSING ---------------------------------------------
+% Define three switches for the the thesis format types.
+% The variables are \@gwu at thesis and \@gwu at report.
+% The default values are false.
+\newif\if at gwu@thesis
+\newif\if at gwu@debug % option for debuggin
+\newif\if at gwu@listoffigures
+\newif\if at gwu@listoftables
+\newif\if at gwu@listofmaps
+\newif\if at gwu@listofillustrations
+\newif\if at gwu@listofprograms
+\newif\if at gwu@listofabbrevs
+\newif\if at gwu@listofsymbols
+\newif\if at gwu@listofacronyms
+
+\newif\if at gwu@listofglossariesabbrevs
+\newif\if at gwu@listofglossariessymbols
+\newif\if at gwu@listofglossariesacronyms
+\newif\if at gwu@glossaryofterms
+
+\newif\if at gwu@frontispiece
+\newif\if at gwu@committeepage
+\newif\if at gwu@dedication
+\newif\if at gwu@acknowledgments
+\newif\if at gwu@preface
+\newif\if at gwu@prologue
+\newif\if at gwu@foreword
+\newif\if at gwu@nomenclature
+\newif\if at gwu@abstract
+
+\newif\if at gwu@msdegree
+
+% Set the default value of some of the options to true.
+\@gwu at thesistrue
+\@gwu at listoffigurestrue
+\@gwu at listoftablestrue
+\@gwu at committeepagetrue
+\@gwu at msdegreetrue
+
+% This declares a variable for using an index.
+% An index is not allowed in dissertations.
+\newif\if at gwu@index
+
+% This makes an option for bibliography backrefs.
+\newif\if at gwu@backref
+
+% Declare options for the overall layout.
+\DeclareOption{thesis}{\@gwu at thesistrue}
+
+% if you call debug option then use the thesis option but not report
+\DeclareOption{debug}{\@gwu at debugtrue\@gwu at thesistrue}
+
+% Declare an option for the index.
+\DeclareOption{index}{\@gwu at indextrue}
+
+% Declare an option for bibliography backrefs.
+\DeclareOption{backref}{\@gwu at backreftrue}
+
+% This passes any other options on to the 'report' class.
+\DeclareOption*{\PassOptionsToClass{\CurrentOption}{report}%
+ \typeout{Unknown option: passing \CurrentOption"
+  option on to the standard LaTeX report class.}}
+% This command tells LaTeX to simply process the class options.
+\ProcessOptions
+
+% This control structure calls the standard LaTeX report.cls class.
+% The base font size should be 10pt unless using the submit option.
+
+
+
+% Make sure the index is off for 'thesis'.
+\if at gwu@thesis
+ \@gwu at indexfalse
+\fi
+
+
+
+% This class uses the geometry.sty package to set the margins.
+\if at gwu@debug
+  % Show margins
+  \RequirePackage[top=1in,bottom=1in,left=1.25in, right=1.25in,
+  showframe]{geometry}
+\else
+ % Use the standard margins for the thesis version.
+ \RequirePackage[top=1in,bottom=1in,left=1.25in, right=1.25in]{geometry}
+\fi
+
+% Obsolete package check
+\RequirePackage[l2tabu,orthodox]{nag}
+
+% This loads the required math packages.
+\RequirePackage[binary-units=true]{siunitx}
+\RequirePackage{amsmath}
+\RequirePackage{amsfonts}
+\RequirePackage{amssymb}
+\RequirePackage{mathtools}
+\RequirePackage{amsthm}
+
+% This loads the proper graphics package.
+\RequirePackage{graphicx}
+
+% Better spacing for text
+\RequirePackage[utf8]{inputenc}
+\RequirePackage[T1]{fontenc}
+\RequirePackage{lmodern}
+\RequirePackage{microtype}
+\RequirePackage{bm}
+
+% This is useful for complex figures.
+\RequirePackage{subcaption}
+
+% Compress multiple citations
+% \RequirePackage{cite}
+
+% This package allows the ability to create a 'code' environment.
+\RequirePackage{verbatim}
+
+% This hopefully tells verbatim to leave my damn quotes alone.
+% \RequirePackage{upquote}
+
+% This package enables the use of proper single quotes in text.
+% \RequirePackage{textcomp}
+
+% This package is used to set line spacing.
+\RequirePackage{setspace}
+
+% This package is used to make nomenclature tables that can span pages.
+% \RequirePackage{longtable}
+
+% This package allows conditional testing of varibles.
+\RequirePackage{ifthen}
+
+% This package is used for silly letter spacing
+\RequirePackage{soul}
+
+% This package is used to generate alternate environments.
+\RequirePackage{float}
+
+% This package is for the index, if it is to be used.
+\if at gwu@index
+ \RequirePackage{makeidx}
+ \makeindex
+\fi
+
+% This is the package for special headers and footers.
+\RequirePackage{fancyhdr}
+
+% some extra packages to help with debugging
+\if at gwu@debug
+  \RequirePackage[final]{showlabels} % show labels for referencing
+  \RequirePackage{refcheck} % check for unused references/labels
+\fi
+
+%% ---- HYPERREF ----------------------------------------------------------
+\RequirePackage[usenames,dvipsnames]{color}
+% Custom color for references.
+\definecolor{DarkGreen}{rgb}{0,0.6,0}
+
+% This will make labels and references hyperlinks.
+\if at gwu@backref
+ % Use references in the bibliography.
+ \RequirePackage[pagebackref=true]{hyperref}
+\else
+ % Do not use back references.
+ \RequirePackage{hyperref}
+\fi
+
+  \hypersetup{
+    unicode=false,          % non-Latin characters in Acrobat’s bookmarks
+    pdftoolbar=true,        % show Acrobat’s toolbar?
+    pdffitwindow=false,     % window fit to page when opened
+    pdfstartview={FitV},    % fits the width of the page to the window
+    pdfnewwindow=true,      % links in new PDF window
+    bookmarksdepth=3,
+    bookmarksopen=true,
+  }
+
+% Cleveref referencing - must happen after hyperref
+\AtEndOfClass{\RequirePackage[noabbrev,capitalize]{cleveref}}
+
+% Glossaries package - must come after hypperef
+% This package is used for the list of abbreviations
+\RequirePackage[printonlyused]{acronym}
+\RequirePackage[abbreviations,symbols,shortcuts=none,automake]{glossaries-extra}
+%% ---- FORMATTING -----------------------------------------------------
+% Set the page style to fancy.
+\pagestyle{fancy}
+% This command runs at the beginning of each chapter.
+% It puts the name of the chapter into the 'leftmark' parameter.
+\renewcommand{\chaptermark}[1]{\markboth{#1}{}}
+% This command runs at the beginning of each section.
+% It puts the number and name of the section into the 'rightmark' param.
+\renewcommand{\sectionmark}[1]{\markright{\thesection\ #1}}
+
+% Clear the current header and footer.
+\fancyhf{}
+
+% Simply put the page number at the bottom center.
+\fancyfoot[C]{\thepage}
+% Get rid of the line at the top.
+
+
+% This sets the headers and footers for less-marked pages.
+% Example: beginning of each chapter.
+\fancypagestyle{plain}{%
+% Get rid of the headers on plain pages.
+ % And also any line.
+ \fancyfoot[C]{\thepage}
+}
+
+
+%% ---- PAGE STYLES ----------------------------------------------------
+% This \ttlpg is the same as \titlepage in report.sty.
+% It is used here to set the low-level style of front pages.
+\newcommand*{\ttlpg}{ %
+ % Set one-column switch temporarily to false.
+ \@restonecolfalse %
+ % Check the number of columns.
+ \if at twocolumn %
+  \@restonecoltrue\onecolumn %
+ \else %
+  \newpage %
+ \fi
+ % No headers or footers on titlepage
+ \thispagestyle{empty}
+ % This sets the page counter.
+ \c at page \z@ %
+}
+
+% Same idea as \ttlpg above but with page numbers
+\newcommand*{\frntpg}{ %
+ % Set one-column switch temporarily to false.
+ \@restonecolfalse %
+ % Check the number of columns.
+ \if at twocolumn %
+  \@restonecoltrue\onecolumn %
+ \else %
+  \newpage %
+ \fi
+ % Regular headers and footers
+ \thispagestyle{plain}
+}
+
+%%-------- GLOSSARIES STYLES------------------------------------
+% define a new glossary style for acronymns and symbols
+\renewcommand*{\glossarysection}[2][]{%
+{\centering\bfseries{#2}\par}%
+}%
+
+\newglossarystyle{acronymsandsymbols}{%
+    \setglossarystyle{list}% % based on the list style
+    \renewcommand*{\glossarypreamble}{\vspace{4ex}}%
+}
+
+\newglossarystyle{glossaryofterms}{%
+    \setglossarystyle{list}%
+    \renewcommand*{\glossarypreamble}{\vspace{4ex}}%
+}
+%% ---- TITLE PAGE -----------------------------------------------------
+% The fields to be used for the title page
+\renewcommand{\@title}{Insert a Title!}
+\renewcommand{\@author}{Insert an Author!}
+
+\newcommand{\@bsdepartment}{Insert a BS department name!}
+\newcommand{\@bsschool}{Insert BS school!}
+
+\newcommand{\@msdepartment}{Insert a MS department name!}
+\newcommand{\@msschool}{Insert MS school!}
+
+\newcommand{\@degree}{Doctor of Philosophy}
+\newcommand{\@department}{Insert a Department Name!}
+\newcommand{\@committee}{Insert a Committee!}
+\newcommand{\@chair}{Insert a Chair!}
+\newcommand{\@chairtitle}{Professor of INSERT Title!}
+\newcommand{\@cochair}{}
+\newcommand{\@defensedate}{Insert defense date!}
+
+% Commands to set the titlepage fields
+
+
+\newcommand{\showmsdegree}{\@gwu at msdegreetrue}
+\newcommand{\hidemsdegree}{\@gwu at msdegreefalse}
+
+
+% Commands for the user to be able to use the defined fields.
+\newcommand{\inserttitle}{\@title}
+\newcommand{\insertauthor}{\@author}
+
+\newcommand{\insertbsdepartment}{\@bsdepartment}
+\newcommand{\insertbsschool}{\@bsschool}
+
+\newcommand{\insertmsdepartment}{\@msdepartment}
+\newcommand{\insertmsschool}{\@msschool}
+
+\newcommand{\insertdegree}{\@degree}
+\newcommand{\insertdepartment}{\@department}
+\newcommand{\insertcommittee}{\@committee}
+\newcommand{\insertchair}{\@chair}
+\newcommand{\insertchairtitle}{\@chairtitle}
+\newcommand{\insertcochair}{\@cochair}
+\newcommand{\insertyear}{\number\year}
+
+\newcommand{\insertdefensedate}{\@defensedate}
+% This redefines the title page to automatically have all of the
+% features and properties that it should according to the guidelines.
+\renewcommand*{\titlepage}{
+ % Insert the titlepage formatting.
+ \ttlpg %
+ % Use single-spaced lines for the title page.
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  % Move down the page slightly.
+  \hbox{\vspace{0.3in}} %
+  % Center the title page as well.
+  \begin{center} %
+   % Put the title itself in 1.5-spaced format.
+   \begin{singlespacing}
+    % Insert the title.
+    {\normalsize\bfseries\inserttitle} %
+   \end{singlespacing} \\[4ex] %
+   % Vertical rubber space
+%   \vfill %
+   % Print the word 'by'.
+   by \insertauthor \\[4ex] %
+   % More rubber space
+   %\vfill %
+   % previous degrees
+   \if at gwu@msdegree
+    B.S. in \insertbsdepartment, \insertbsgrad, \insertbsschool \\
+    M.S. in \insertmsdepartment, \insertmsgrad, \insertmsschool \\[4ex]
+   \else
+    B.S. in \insertbsdepartment, \insertbsgrad, \insertbsschool \\[4ex]
+   \fi
+   % Text from guidelines
+   A Dissertation submitted to \\[4ex] %
+   The Faculty of \\
+   The School of Engineering and Applied Science \\
+   of The George Washington University \\
+   in partial satisfaction of the requirements \\
+   for the degree of \insertdegree \\[4ex]
+   Dissertation directed by \\[2ex]
+   \insertchair \\
+   \insertchairtitle
+  \end{center} %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- FRONTISPIECE ---------------------------------------------------
+% Command for the frontispiece
+\newcommand{\@frontispiece}{\@empty}
+
+% Command to set the frontispiece
+\newcommand{\frontispiece}[1]{
+ % Turn the frontispiece on.
+ \@gwu at frontispiecetrue %
+ % Set the frontispiece.
+ \renewcommand{\@frontispiece}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert the frontispiece
+\newcommand{\insertfrontispiece}{\@frontispiece}
+
+% Command for the frontispiece page
+\newcommand*{\frontispiecepage}{ %
+ % Insert the titlepage formatting.
+ \ttlpg %
+ % Center the page.
+ \begin{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \ \vfill %
+  % Insert the frontispiece.
+  \insertfrontispiece %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vfill %
+ \end{center} %
+}
+
+%% ---- DISSERTATION COMMITTEE PAGE ---------------------------------------
+
+% command for the committee page
+\newcommand*{\committeepage}{
+  % Use titlepage formatting
+  \frntpg
+    \begin{doublespace}
+    \noindent
+    The School of Engineering and Applied Science of The George Washington
+    University certifies that \insertauthor~has passed the Final Examination for the
+    degree of \insertdegree~as of \insertdefensedate. This is the
+    final and approved form of the dissertation.
+    \end{doublespace}
+
+  \begin{center}
+    \begin{singlespace}
+      {\normalsize\bfseries\inserttitle} \\[4ex]
+      \insertauthor
+    \end{singlespace}
+  \end{center}
+
+  % Non-justified content
+  \begin{flushleft}
+   % Heading for the committee
+   Dissertation Research Committee: \\[2ex] %
+   % Horizontal spacing
+   \hspace{5em} %
+   % Insert the committee (in a box).
+   \parbox{0.85\textwidth}{\insertcommittee}
+  \end{flushleft} %
+  % flexible vertical space
+  \vfill
+}
+
+% Command that holds the name of the copyright holder
+
+% Command to change it from the default
+
+% Command to insert it
+
+ % Insert the titlepage formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Center the page.
+ \begin{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \ \vfill %
+  % Insert the frontispiece.
+  % Horizontal line
+  %\rule[0.5ex]{5in}{1pt} \\[1ex] %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vfill %
+ \end{center} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- STYLING FOR REMAINING FRONT PAGES ------------------------------
+% Command to set the spacing for all-caps headings
+\sodef\an{}{.6em}{1em plus1em}{2em plus.1em minus.1em}
+
+% Default frontmatter style
+\newcommand{\@frontpagestyle}{2}
+% Command to change it
+
+% Command to insert front page matter with styles
+\newcommand{\insertfront}[4]{ %
+ % Check the value of the style.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{1}}{ %
+  % Style 1: plain text
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+  % Center on the page.
+  \begin{center} %
+   % Make a minipage.
+   \begin{minipage}{#4\textwidth} %
+    % Required to use 1.5-spacing for dissertation.
+    \if at gwu@thesis %
+     \onehalfspacing %
+    \fi %
+    % Insert the text.
+    \sloppy #1 %
+   \end{minipage} %
+  \end{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{2}} %
+ }{ %
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{2}}{ %
+  % Style 2: Bold heading at top of page. Doublespacing for text
+  % Center on the page.
+   \begin{center}\textbf{\normalsize{#3}}\end{center}
+   \begin{doublespace}
+    \par #1
+   \end{doublespace}
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+ }{ %
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{3}}{ %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+  % Center on the page.
+  \begin{center} %
+   % Make a minipage.
+   \begin{minipage}{#4\textwidth} %
+    % Required to use 1.5-spacing for dissertation.
+    \if at gwu@thesis %
+     \onehalfspacing %
+    \fi %
+    \begin{center} \textbf{\uppercase{\an{#3}}} \end{center} %
+    % Insert the text.
+    \sloppy #1 %
+   \end{minipage} %
+  \end{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{2}} %
+ }{ %
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{4}}{ %
+  % Style 4: lined
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+  % Center on the page.
+  \begin{center} %
+   % Make a minipage.
+   \begin{minipage}{#4\textwidth}
+    % Line above
+    \rule[1.4ex]{\textwidth}{1pt} %
+    % Required to use 1.5-spacing for dissertation.
+    \if at gwu@thesis %
+     \onehalfspacing %
+    \fi %
+    % Insert the text.
+    \sloppy #1 \\ %
+    % Line below
+    \rule{\textwidth}{1pt} %
+   \end{minipage} %
+  \end{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{2}} %
+ }{ %
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{5}}{ %
+  % Style 5: bold italic heading with lines
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+  % Center on the page.
+  \begin{center} %
+    % Make a minipage.
+   \begin{minipage}{#4\textwidth}
+    \begin{center} \textbf{\textit{#3}} \end{center} %
+    % Move up a bit.
+    \ \\[-4ex] %
+    % Line above
+    \rule[1.4ex]{\textwidth}{1pt} %
+    % Required to use 1.5-spacing for dissertation.
+    \if at gwu@thesis %
+     \onehalfspacing %
+    \fi %
+    % Insert the text.
+    \sloppy #1 \\ %
+    % Line below
+    \rule{\textwidth}{1pt} %
+   \end{minipage} %
+  \end{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{2}} %
+ }{ %
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#2}{6}}{ %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+  % Center on the page.
+  \begin{center} %
+    % Make a minipage.
+   \begin{minipage}{#4\textwidth}
+    \begin{center} \textbf{\uppercase{\an{#3}}} \end{center} %
+    % Move up a bit.
+    \ \\[-4ex] %
+    % Line above
+    \rule[1.4ex]{\textwidth}{1pt} %
+    % Required to use 1.5-spacing for dissertation.
+    \if at gwu@thesis %
+     \onehalfspacing %
+    \fi %
+    % Insert the text.
+    \sloppy #1 \\ %
+    % Line below
+    \rule{\textwidth}{1pt} %
+   \end{minipage} %
+  \end{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{2}} %
+ }{ %
+  % Default style: centered
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+  % Center on the page.
+  \begin{center} %
+   % Make a minipage.
+   \begin{minipage}{0.7\textwidth} %
+    % Insert the text.
+    \begin{center} \sloppy #1 \end{center} %
+   \end{minipage} %
+ \end{center} %
+  % Vertical rubber space
+  \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+ }}}}}} %
+}
+
+%% ---- COMMANDS TO HIDE/SHOW FRONT PAGES ------------------------------
+% Commands to show front pages
+\newcommand{\showdedication}{\@gwu at dedicationtrue}
+\newcommand{\showacknowledgments}{\@gwu at acknowledgmentstrue}
+\newcommand{\showpreface}{\@gwu at prefacetrue}
+\newcommand{\showforeword}{\@gwu at forewordtrue}
+\newcommand{\showprologue}{\@gwu at prologuetrue}
+\newcommand{\shownomenclature}{\@gwu at nomenclaturetrue}
+\newcommand{\showabstract}{\@gwu at abstracttrue}
+\newcommand{\showcommitteepage}{\@gwu at committeepagetrue}
+
+% Commands to hide front pages
+\newcommand{\hidededication}{\@gwu at dedicationfalse}
+\newcommand{\hideacknowledgments}{\@gwu at acknowledgmentsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidepreface}{\@gwu at prefacefalse}
+\newcommand{\hideforeword}{\@gwu at forewordfalse}
+\newcommand{\hideprologue}{\@gwu at prologuefalse}
+\newcommand{\hidenomenclature}{\@gwu at nomenclaturefalse}
+\newcommand{\hideabstract}{\@gwu at abstractfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidecommitteepage}{\@gwu at committeepagefalse}
+
+%% ---- DEDICATION PAGE ------------------------------------------------
+% Command that holds the value text of the dedication
+\newcommand{\@dedication}{}
+% Command that sets the dedication style
+\newcommand{\@dedicationstyle}{\@frontpagestyle}
+% Command that sets the width of the dedication text area
+\newcommand{\@dedication at width}{1}
+
+% Command to change it from the default
+\newcommand{\dedication}[2][]{ %
+ % Show the dedication.
+ \showdedication %
+ % Set the dedication text.
+ \renewcommand{\@dedication}{#2} %
+ % Set the dedication style.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}{}{\renewcommand{\@dedicationstyle}{#1}}}
+% Command to change just the dedication style
+% Command to adjust the dedication text area width
+
+% Command to insert it
+\newcommand{\insertdedication}{\@dedication}
+
+% Command for page with the dedication
+\newcommand*{\dedicationpage}{ %
+ % Set the page formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Insert the text and formatting.
+ \insertfront{\@dedication %
+  }{\@dedicationstyle}{Dedication}{\@dedication at width}
+}
+
+
+%% ---- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS PAGE -------------------------------------------
+% Command that holds the value text of the acknowledgments
+\newcommand{\@acknowledgments}{}
+% Command that sets the acknowledgments style
+\newcommand{\@acknowledgmentsstyle}{\@frontpagestyle}
+% Command that sets the width of the acknowledgments text area
+\newcommand{\@acknowledgments at width}{1}
+
+% Command to change it from the default
+\newcommand{\acknowledgments}[2][]{ %
+ % Show the acknowledgments page.
+ \showacknowledgments %
+ % Set the acknowledgments text.
+ \renewcommand{\@acknowledgments}{#2} %
+ % Set the acknowledgments style.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}{}{ %
+  \renewcommand{\@acknowledgmentsstyle}{#1}}}
+% Command to adjust the acknowledgments text area width
+\newcommand{\acknowledgmentswidth}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@acknowledgments at width}{#1}}
+% Command to change just the dedication style
+\newcommand{\acknowledgmentsstyle}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@acknowledgmentsstyle}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert it
+\newcommand{\insertacknowledgments}{\@acknowledgments}
+
+% Command for page with the acknowledgments
+\newcommand*{\acknowledgmentspage}{ %
+ % Set the page formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Insert the text and formatting.
+ \insertfront{\@acknowledgments %
+  }{\@acknowledgmentsstyle}{Acknowledgments}{\@acknowledgments at width}
+}
+
+
+%% ---- PREFACE PAGE ---------------------------------------------------
+% Command that holds the value text of the preface
+\newcommand{\@preface}{}
+% Command that sets the preface style
+\newcommand{\@prefacestyle}{\@frontpagestyle}
+% Command that sets the width of the preface text area
+\newcommand{\@preface at width}{1}
+
+% Command to change it from the default
+\newcommand{\preface}[2][]{ %
+ % Show the preface.
+ \showpreface %
+ % Set the preface text.
+ \renewcommand{\@preface}{#2} %
+ % Set the preface style.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}{}{ %
+  \renewcommand{\@prefacestyle}{#1}}}
+% Command to adjust the preface text area width
+\newcommand{\prefacewidth}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@preface at width}{#1}}
+% Command to change just the preface style
+\newcommand{\prefacestyle}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@prefacestyle}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert it
+\newcommand{\insertpreface}{\@preface}
+
+% Command for page with the preface
+\newcommand*{\prefacepage}{ %
+ % Set the page formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Insert the text and formatting.
+ \insertfront{\@preface %
+  }{\@prefacestyle}{Preface}{\@preface at width}
+}
+
+
+%% ---- FOREWORD PAGE --------------------------------------------------
+% Command that holds the value text of the foreword
+\newcommand{\@foreword}{}
+% Command that sets the foreword style
+\newcommand{\@forewordstyle}{\@frontpagestyle}
+% Command that sets the width of the foreword text area
+\newcommand{\@foreword at width}{1}
+
+% Command to change it from the default
+\newcommand{\foreword}[2][]{ %
+ % Show the foreword.
+ \showforeword %
+ % Set the foreword text.
+ \renewcommand{\@foreword}{#2} %
+ % Set the foreword style.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}{}{ %
+  \renewcommand{\@forewordstyle}{#1}}}
+% Command to adjust the foreword text area width
+\newcommand{\forewordwidth}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@foreword at width}{#1}}
+% Command to change just the foreword style
+\newcommand{\forewordstyle}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@forewordstyle}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert it
+\newcommand{\insertforeword}{\@foreword}
+
+% Command for page with the foreword
+\newcommand*{\forewordpage}{ %
+ % Set the page formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Insert the text and formatting.
+ \insertfront{\@foreword %
+  }{\@forewordstyle}{Foreword}{\@foreword at width}
+}
+
+
+%% ---- PROLOGUE PAGE --------------------------------------------------
+% Command that holds the value text of the prologue
+\newcommand{\@prologue}{}
+% Command that sets the prologue style
+\newcommand{\@prologuestyle}{\@frontpagestyle}
+% Command that sets the width of the prologue text area
+\newcommand{\@prologue at width}{1}
+
+% Command to change it from the default
+\newcommand{\prologue}[2][]{ %
+ % Show the prologue.
+ \showprologue %
+ % Set the prologue text.
+ \renewcommand{\@prologue}{#2} %
+ % Set the prologue style.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}{}{ %
+  \renewcommand{\@prologuestyle}{#1}}}
+% Command to adjust the prologue text area width
+\newcommand{\prologuewidth}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@prologue at width}{#1}}
+% Command to change just the prologue style
+\newcommand{\prologuestyle}[1]{ %
+ \renewcommand{\@prologuestyle}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert it
+\newcommand{\insertprologue}{\@prologue}
+
+% Command for page with the prologue
+\newcommand*{\prologuepage}{ %
+ % Set the page formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Insert the text and formatting.
+ \insertfront{\@prologue %
+  }{\@prologuestyle}{Prologue}{\@prologue at width}
+}
+
+
+%% ---- COMMANDS FOR LIST OF FIGURES, ETC. -----------------------------
+% Commands to show each of the lists
+\newcommand{\showlistoffigures}{\@gwu at listoffigurestrue}
+\newcommand{\showlistoftables}{\@gwu at listoftablestrue}
+\newcommand{\showlistofmaps}{\@gwu at listofmapstrue}
+\newcommand{\showlistofillustrations}{\@gwu at listillustrationstrue}
+\newcommand{\showlistofprograms}{\@gwu at listofprogramstrue}
+\newcommand{\showlistofabbreviations}{\@gwu at listofabbrevstrue}
+
+\newcommand{\showlistofacronyms}{\@gwu at listofacronymstrue\@gwu at listofglossariesabbrevsfalse}
+\newcommand{\showlistofsymbols}{\@gwu at listofsymbolstrue\@gwu at listofglossariessymbolsfalse}
+
+\newcommand{\showglossarieslistofabbreviations}{\@gwu at listofglossariesabbrevstrue\@gwu at listofacronymsfalse}
+\newcommand{\showglossarieslistofsymbols}{\@gwu at listofglossariessymbolstrue\@gwu at listofsymbolsfalse}
+\newcommand{\showglossarieslistofacronyms}{\@gwu at listofglossariesacronymstrue\@gwu at listofacronymsfalse}
+\newcommand{\showglossariesglossaryofterms}{\@gwu at glossaryoftermstrue}
+
+% Commands to hide each of the lists
+\newcommand{\hidelistoffigures}{\@gwu at listoffiguresfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistoftables}{\@gwu at listoftablesfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistofmaps}{\@gwu at listofmapsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistofillustrations}{\@gwu at listillustrationsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistofprograms}{\@gwu at listofprogramsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistofabbreviations}{\@gwu at listofabbrevsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistofacronyms}{\@gwu at listofacronymsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hidelistofsymbols}{\@gwu at listofsymbolsfalse}
+
+\newcommand{\hideglossarieslistofabbreviations}{\@gwu at listofglossariesabbrevsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hideglossarieslistofacronyms}{\@gwu at listofglossariesacronymsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hideglossarieslistofsymbols}{\@gwu at listofglossariessymbolsfalse}
+\newcommand{\hideglossariesglossaryofterms}{\@gwu at glossaryoftermsfalse}
+
+\renewcommand*\l at chapter[2]{ %
+ % First add some vertical space.
+ \vskip 1ex plus 1pt minus 1pt
+ % Format the spacing and use dots between title and number.
+ \@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{1.2em} %
+ % This sets the formatting for the chapter name and page number.
+ {\textbf{#1}}{\textbf{#2}} %
+ % Add some space below, too.
+ \vskip 1ex}
+
+\renewcommand*{\l at section}{\@dottedtocline{2}{2.5em}{2em}}
+\renewcommand*{\l at subsection}{\@dottedtocline{3}{5.0em}{2.8em}}
+\renewcommand*{\l at subsubsection}{\@dottedtocline{4}{7.5em}{3.5em}}
+
+\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
+% Number of subsection layers to allow in document
+\setcounter{secnumdepth}{3}
+
+\renewcommand*{\tableofcontents}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Add a pdf anchor.
+ \phantomsection %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{2ex} %
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \@starttoc{toc}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF FIGURES ------------------------------------------------
+% This sets the formatting for the various entry types.
+\renewcommand*{\l at figure}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of figures page.
+\renewcommand*{\listoffigures}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Figures}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \@starttoc{lof}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF TABLES -------------------------------------------------
+% This sets the format for the table entries.
+\renewcommand*{\l at table}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of tables page.
+\renewcommand*{\listoftables}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Tables}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \@starttoc{lot}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF MAPS ---------------------------------------------------
+% Command to generate the 'map' environment.
+\newfloat{map}{tbp}{lom}[chapter]
+% Use a capitalized version for the captions.
+\floatname{map}{Map}
+
+% This sets the formatting for map entries in the list of maps.
+\newcommand*{\l at map}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of maps page.
+\newcommand*{\listofmaps}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Maps}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \@starttoc{lom}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ------------------------------------------
+% Command to generate the 'illustration' environment.
+\newfloat{illustration}{tbp}{loi}[chapter]
+% Use a capitalized version for the captions.
+\floatname{illustration}{Illustration}
+
+% This sets the formatting for map entries in the list of maps.
+\newcommand*{\l at illustration}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of maps page.
+\newcommand*{\listofillustrations}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Illustrations}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \@starttoc{loi}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF PROGRAMS -----------------------------------------------
+% Command to generate the 'map' environment.
+\newfloat{program}{tbp}{lop}[chapter]
+% Use a capitalized version for the captions.
+\floatname{program}{Program}
+
+% This sets the formatting for map entries in the list of maps.
+\newcommand*{\l at program}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of maps page.
+\newcommand*{\listofprograms}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Anchor for pdf
+ \phantomsection %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Programs}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \@starttoc{lop}\if at restonecol\twocolumn\fi %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+%% ---- LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ------------------------------------------
+% Variable holding the contents of the abbreviations.
+\newcommand{\@abbrevs}{}
+
+% Command to set the abbreviations.
+\newcommand{\abbreviations}[1]{ %
+ % Show the list of abbreviations.
+ \@gwu at listofabbrevstrue %
+ % Redefine the list.
+ \renewcommand{\@abbrevs}{#1}}
+
+% This sets the formatting for the abbreviations.
+\newcommand*{\l at abbreviation}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of tables page.
+\newcommand*{\listofabbreviations}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Abbreviations}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ % Start the automatic abbreviations feature.
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \begin{acronym} %
+   \@abbrevs %
+  \end{acronym} %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF ACRONYMS -----------------------------------------------
+% Variable holding the contents of the abbreviations.
+\newcommand{\@acronyms}{}
+
+% Command to set the abbreviations.
+\newcommand{\acronyms}[1]{ %
+ % Show the list of abbreviations.
+ \@gwu at listofacronymstrue %
+ % Redefine the list.
+ \renewcommand{\@acronyms}{#1}}
+
+% This sets the formatting for the abbreviations.
+\newcommand*{\l at acronym}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of acronyms page.
+\newcommand*{\listofacronyms}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Acronyms}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ % Start the automatic abbreviations feature.
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \begin{acronym} %
+   \@acronyms %
+  \end{acronym} %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- LIST OF SYMBOLS ------------------------------------------------
+% Variable holding the contents of the symbols.
+\newcommand{\@symbols}{}
+
+% Command to set the symbols.
+\newcommand{\symbols}[1]{ %
+ % Show the list of symbols.
+ \@gwu at listofsymbolstrue %
+ % Redefine the list.
+ \renewcommand{\@symbols}{#1}}
+
+% This sets the formatting for the abbreviations.
+\newcommand*{\l at symbol}{\@dottedtocline{1}{0em}{2.5em}}
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of tables page.
+\newcommand*{\listofsymbols}{%
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{List of Symbols}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vspace{1ex} %
+ % Start the automatic symbols feature.
+ \begin{singlespace} %
+  \begin{acronym} %
+   \@symbols %
+  \end{acronym} %
+ \end{singlespace} %
+}
+
+%% ---- NOMENCLATURE ---------------------------------------------------
+% New command for nomenclature environment
+\newenvironment{symboltable}[1][]
+{ %
+ % Insert the title if present.
+ \ifthenelse{\equal{#1}{}}{ %
+  % Start the tabular environment.
+  \noindent\longtable[l]{@{} p{3.6em} @{\hspace{2pt}=\hspace{1em}} l} %
+ }{ %
+ % Insert the title.
+ \noindent\textit{#1}\\[-4ex] %
+ % Start the tabular environment.
+ \noindent\longtable[l]{@{} p{3.6em} @{\hspace{2pt}=\hspace{1em}} l} %
+ }
+}{ %
+ % End the tabular environment
+ \endlongtable %
+}
+
+% Variable holding the contents of the symbols.
+\newcommand{\@nomenclature}{}
+
+% Command to set the symbols.
+\newcommand{\nomenclature}[1]{ %
+ % Show the list of symbols.
+ \@gwu at nomenclaturetrue %
+ % Redefine the list.
+ \renewcommand{\@nomenclature}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert nomenclature
+\newcommand{\insertnomenclature}{ %
+ % Move to new page.
+ \newpage %
+% Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Larger upper margin for first page of table (thesis only)
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  %\begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center}{\normalsize\textbf{Nomenclature}} \end{center}%
+ % Add some space after the title.
+ \vskip4ex %
+% Set the line skip
+\begin{onehalfspace}
+% Insert the nomenclature conents
+\@nomenclature %
+\end{onehalfspace}
+}
+
+%% ---- LIST OF GLOSSARIES ABBREVIATIONS ------------------------------------------
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of tables page.
+\newcommand*{\listofglossaryabbreviations}{%
+    % \newpage%
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Start the automatic abbreviations feature.
+ \printglossary[type=\glsxtrabbrvtype,style=acronymsandsymbols,title={\normalsize List of Abbreviations}]
+}
+
+
+% This sets the formatting of the list of tables page.
+\newcommand*{\listofglossarysymbols}{%
+    % \newpage%
+ % Use front page styling.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Start the automatic abbreviations feature.
+ \printglossary[type=symbols,style=acronymsandsymbols,title={\normalsize List of Symbols}]
+}
+
+\newcommand*{\listofglossaryofterms}{%
+\frntpg%
+\printglossary[style=glossaryofterms,type=main,title={\normalsize Glossary of Terms}]
+}
+%% ---- ABSTRACT -------------------------------------------------------
+% Command to hold the text of the abstract.
+\newcommand{\@abstract}{}
+
+% Command to set it.
+\renewcommand{\abstract}[1]{
+ % Show the abstract page.
+ \showabstract %
+ % Set the abstract text.
+ \renewcommand{\@abstract}{#1}}
+
+% Command to insert it.
+\newcommand{\insertabstract}{\@abstract}
+
+% Whether or not abstract page has a page number
+\newif\if at abstract@pageno
+% Default value
+\if at gwu@thesis
+ \@abstract at pagenotrue
+\fi
+
+% Command to hide abstract page number
+\newcommand{\hideabstractpagenumber}{ %
+ \@abstract at pagenofalse}
+% Command to show abstract page number
+\newcommand{\showbstractpagenumber}{ %
+ \@abstract at pagenotrue}
+
+% Format the abstract page.
+\newcommand{\abstractpage}{ %
+ % Set the page formatting.
+ \frntpg %
+ % Whether or not to hide the page number
+ \if at abstract@pageno %
+ \else %
+  \thispagestyle{empty} %
+ \fi %
+ \begin{center} %
+  {\normalsize \textbf{Abstract}} \\[5ex] %
+  % Add the title of the dissertation.
+  {\normalsize \bfseries \inserttitle} \\[2ex] %
+ \end{center} %
+ \begin{doublespace} %
+  % Don't go past the margin.
+  \sloppy %
+  % Insert the text.
+  \par \insertabstract %
+ \end{doublespace} %
+ % Vertical rubber space
+ \vspace*{\stretch{1}} %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- BIBLIOGRAPHY ---------------------------------------------------
+% Save the original bibliography command.
+\let\@tex at bibliography\bibliography
+
+\renewcommand*{\bibname}{\centerline{\normalsize Bibliography}}
+
+% Create a new command for the bibliography.
+\renewcommand*{\bibliography}[1]{ %
+  % Update the page format.
+  % Switch to single spacing
+  \singlespacing %
+
+  % Move to new page.
+  \clearpage %
+  % Create a pdf anchor.
+  \phantomsection %
+  \@tex at bibliography{#1} %
+}
+
+% Change the chapter headings to uppercase.
+\renewcommand{\@chapapp}{CHAPTER}
+
+% Change the formatting of the first page of each chapter.
+ % Insert an extra top margin.
+ \begin{minipage}{0.8\textwidth} \vspace{1in} \end{minipage} \\ %
+ % Insert the text
+ { %
+  % Ensure proper alignment.
+  \parindent 0pt \raggedright %
+  % Check for chapter overflow.
+  \ifnum \c at secnumdepth >\m at ne %
+   % CHAPTER and number
+   \begin{center}{\Large\textbf{ \@chapapp{} \thechapter }} \end{center} \par%
+   % Vertical space
+   \vskip 0.3in \fi %
+   % Insert the title of the chapter.
+   \begin{center} \LARGE \textbf{ #1} \end{center} %
+   % Vertical space after the title
+   \nobreak \vskip 0.3in %
+ } %
+}
+
+
+%% ---- SPACING --------------------------------------------------------
+% This fixes the spacing below captions, which by default can be small.
+\setlength\belowcaptionskip{7pt plus 4pt minus 1pt}
+
+%% ---- INITIALIZATION -------------------------------------------------
+% Commands to be placed after \begin{document}
+\AtBeginDocument{ %
+ % Insert a title page.
+ \titlepage %
+ % Change the PDF title.
+ \hypersetup{
+ pdftitle=\inserttitle,
+ pdfauthor=\insertauthor,
+ pdfcreator=\insertauthor,
+ pdfproducer=\insertauthor} %
+  % Insert dissertation committeee page
+  \if at gwu@committeepage\committeepage\fi
+ % Initialize page numbers.
+ \setcounter{page}{2} %
+ % Page numbers at the bottom
+ \pagestyle{plain} %
+ % Use lower-case roman numerals.
+ \renewcommand{\thepage}{\roman{page}} %
+ % Insert the copyright page if there is one.
+ % Insert a dedication if there is one.
+ \if at gwu@dedication\dedicationpage\fi %
+ % Insert the acknowledgments if there are any.
+ \if at gwu@acknowledgments\acknowledgmentspage\fi %
+ % Insert the frontispiece if there is one.
+ \if at gwu@frontispiece\frontispiecepage\fi %
+% \ifthenelse{\equal{\@frontispiece}{}}{}{\frontispiecepage} %
+ % Insert the abstract.
+ \if at gwu@abstract\abstractpage\fi %
+ \tableofcontents %
+ % Insert the list of figures.
+ \if at gwu@listoffigures\listoffigures\fi %
+ % Insert the list of tables.
+ \if at gwu@listoftables\listoftables\fi %
+ % Insert the list of maps.
+ \if at gwu@listofmaps\listofmaps\fi %
+ % Insert the list of illustrations.
+ \if at gwu@listofillustrations\listofillustrations\fi %
+ % Insert the list of programs.
+ \if at gwu@listofprograms\listofprograms\fi %
+ % Insert the list of abbreviations.
+ \if at gwu@listofabbrevs\listofabbreviations\fi %
+ \if at gwu@listofglossariesabbrevs\listofglossaryabbreviations\fi
+ % Insert the list of acronyms.
+ \if at gwu@listofacronyms\listofacronyms\fi %
+ % Insert the list of symbols.
+ \if at gwu@listofsymbols\listofsymbols\fi %
+ \if at gwu@listofglossariessymbols\listofglossarysymbols\fi
+ % Insert the nomenclature.
+ \if at gwu@nomenclature\insertnomenclature\fi %
+ \if at gwu@glossaryofterms\listofglossaryofterms\fi
+ % Insert the preface if there is one.
+ \if at gwu@preface\prefacepage\fi %
+ % Insert the foreword if there is one.
+ \if at gwu@foreword\forewordpage\fi %
+ % Insert the prologue if there is one.
+ \if at gwu@prologue\prologuepage\fi %
+ % Move to next page.
+ \newpage %
+ % Restart page numbers for the chapters.
+ \setcounter{page}{1} %
+ % Page numbers at the bottom
+ \pagestyle{plain} %
+ % Use Arabic numerals.
+ \renewcommand{\thepage}{\arabic{page}} %
+ %{\bfseries Chapter}\vspace{1.3ex}} %
+ % Use the correct formatting.
+ \if at gwu@thesis %
+  % Use 1.5 spacing
+  \onehalfspacing %
+ \else %
+  % Use two-column format
+  \twocolumn %
+ \fi %
+}
+

Property changes on: trunk/Master/texmf-dist/tex/latex/thesis-gwu/thesis-gwu.cls
___________________________________________________________________
## -0,0 +1 ##
+native
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Modified: trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/tlpkg-ctan-check
===================================================================
--- trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/tlpkg-ctan-check	2017-12-21 23:56:38 UTC (rev 46113)
+++ trunk/Master/tlpkg/bin/tlpkg-ctan-check	2017-12-21 23:58:11 UTC (rev 46114)
@@ -605,7 +605,8 @@
texliveonfly texloganalyser texlogos texmate texments
texosquery texpower texproposal texshade textualicomma texvc
textcase textfit textglos textgreek textmerg textopo textpath textpos
-    tfrupee thaienum thalie theatre theoremref thesis-ekf thesis-titlepage-fhac
+    tfrupee thaienum thalie theatre theoremref
+    thesis-ekf thesis-gwu thesis-titlepage-fhac
thinsp thmbox thmtools threadcol threeddice threeparttable threeparttablex
thumb thumbpdf thumbs thumby thuthesis
ticket ticollege

Modified: trunk/Master/tlpkg/tlpsrc/collection-publishers.tlpsrc
===================================================================
--- trunk/Master/tlpkg/tlpsrc/collection-publishers.tlpsrc	2017-12-21 23:56:38 UTC (rev 46113)
+++ trunk/Master/tlpkg/tlpsrc/collection-publishers.tlpsrc	2017-12-21 23:58:11 UTC (rev 46114)
@@ -148,6 +148,7 @@
depend texilikechaps
depend texilikecover
depend thesis-ekf
+depend thesis-gwu
depend thesis-titlepage-fhac
depend thuthesis
depend timbreicmc