The text follows the style of argumentative dissertation, containing two pages and four paragraphs that are divided in: Introduction, 1st argumentation, 2nd argumentation and conclusion. The text model used was made available in the official domain of SBC (Sociedade Brasileira de Computação).
This template is provided by the University of Utah's Graduate School, downloaded from its Thesis Templates page (Spring 2016 2016), incorporating uuthesis-2016-h.sty from here. From the Graduate School's webpage:
The following LaTeX template is intended to be used in conjunction with A Handbook for Theses and Dissertations and departmentally-approved style guides. They are only a basic guide for formatting your manuscript and do not guarantee Format Approval.
2017/05/25: added fixes for letter paper size on Overleaf.
McMaster Masters/Doctoral Thesis
Version 2.2 (11/23/15)
This template has been downloaded from:
Then subsequently from Overleaf
Version 2.0 major modifications by:
Steven Gunn and
Modified to McMaster format by Benjamin Furman
CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
In this sample we describe the formatting requirements for various SIGCHI related submissions and offer recommendations on writing for the worldwide SIGCHI readership. Do not change the page size or page settings. Please review this document even if you have submitted to SIGCHI conferences before, some format details have changed relative to previous years.