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% When compiling with bibtex, make sure that all umlauts in this file are in the following LaTeX style: for ä {\"a}, for ü {\"u} etc.
% Separate multiple authors with "and"
@book{Bucher2021,
author = {Bucher, Conrad and Bucher, Emil and Bucher, Gustav},
@book{Book2021,
author = {Book, Conrad},
title = {Title of Book},
address = {Address},
publisher = {Publisher},
year = {2021},
edition = {2., durchgesehene und aktualisierte Auflage},
language = {Deutsch},
edition = {2nd},
language = {German},
pages = {279 Seiten},
note = {Hauptbibliothek},
}
@article{Zeitschriftler2000,
author = {Zeitschriftler, Alfred and Zeitschriftler, Bertha},
@article{Journal2000,
author = {Journal, Anna},
title = {Title of Article},
journal = {Name of Journal},
year = {2000},
......
% When compiling with bibtex, make sure that all umlauts in this file are in the following LaTeX style: for ä {\"a}, for ü {\"u} etc.
% Separate multiple authors with "and"
@InProceedings{Mustermann2015,
author = {Mustermann, Anton},
@InProceedings{Bloggs2015,
author = {Bloggs, Joe},
title = {Title of Paper C},
booktitle = {IEEE International Conference on Whatever},
booktitle = {IEEE International Conference},
year = {2015},
pages = {1--4},
month = {April},
doi = {10.1509},
}
@InProceedings{Mustermann2016,
author = {Mustermann, Anton and Musterfrau, Bertha and Musterprof Conrad},
@InProceedings{Bloggs2016,
author = {Bloggs, Joe},
title = {Title of Paper D},
booktitle = {IEEE International Conference on Whatever},
booktitle = {IEEE International Conference},
year = {2016},
pages = {6--45},
month = {April},
......
% When compiling with bibtex, make sure that all umlauts in this file are in the following LaTeX style: for ä {\"a}, for ü {\"u} etc.
% Separate multiple authors with "and"
@Article{Mustermann1998,
author = {Mustermann, Anton and Musterfrau, Bertha and Musterprof, Conrad},
@Article{Bloggs1998,
author = {Bloggs, Joe},
title = {Title of Paper A},
journal = {International Journal of Whatever},
journal = {International Journal},
year = {1998},
volume = {6},
number = {3--4},
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publisher = {IEEE},
}
@Article{Mustermann1999,
author = {Mustermann, Anton and Musterfrau, Bertha and Musterprof, Conrad},
@Article{Bloggs1999,
author = {Bloggs, Joe},
title = {Title of Paper B},
journal = {International Journal of Whatever},
journal = {International Journal},
year = {1999},
volume = {8},
number = {9--27},
......
% \chapter{Überschriften}
% Stehen zwei Überschriften direkt untereinander, muss die Autorin oder der Autor zwischen den Überschriften manuell eine Anpassung des vertikalen Abstands mit dem Befehl \glqq vspace\grqq{} vornehmen. Für die folgende Aneinanderreihung der Überschriften entnehmen Sie den vertikalen Abstand bitte wie folgt:
% \begin{itemize}
% \item \raggedright Zwischen \glqq chapter\grqq{} und \glqq section\grqq{} bitte mit dem Befehl \glqq vspace\grqq{} einen zusätzlichen vertikalen Abstand einfügen von \hbox{-}3~mm.
% \begin{Verbatim}
% \chapter{Überschrift Ebene Chapter}
% \vspace{-3mm}
% \section{Überschrift Ebene Section}
% \end{Verbatim}
% (Sollabstand: 10~mm, gemessen von der Grundlinie der Überschrift \glqq chapter\grqq{} zur H-Linie der Überschrift \glqq section\grqq{})
% \item \raggedright Zwischen \glqq section\grqq{} und \glqq subsection\grqq{} bitte mit dem Befehl \glqq vspace\grqq{} einen zusätzlichen vertikalen Abstand einfügen von 2~mm.
% \begin{Verbatim}
% \section{Überschrift Ebene Section}
% \vspace{2mm}
% \subsection{Überschrift Ebene Subsection}
% \end{Verbatim}
% (Sollabstand: 10~mm, gemessen von der Grundlinie der Überschrift \glqq section\grqq{} zur H-Linie der Überschrift \glqq subsection\grqq{})
% \item \raggedright Zwischen \glqq subsection\grqq{} und \glqq subsubsection\grqq{} bitte mit dem Befehl \glqq vspace\grqq{} einen zusätzlichen vertikalen Abstand einfügen von 3~mm.
% \begin{Verbatim}
% \subsection{Überschrift Ebene Subsection}
% \vspace{3mm}
% \subsubsection{Überschrift Ebene Subsubsection}
% \end{Verbatim}
% (Sollabstand: 10~mm, gemessen von der Grundlinie der Überschrift \glqq subsection\grqq{} zur H-Linie der Überschrift \glqq subsubsection\grqq{}.
% \end{itemize}
% % Für die exakte Angabe des Befehls \glqq vspace\grqq{} mit den entsprechenden Werten sehen Sie bitte in die Datei \glqq content\_vorlage/ueberschriften.tex\grqq{}.
% Das Ergebnis mit den entsprechenden vertikalen Abständen zwischen den Überschriften sehen Sie in Kapitel \ref{chap:UeberschriftenEbenen} (\glqq \nameref{chap:UeberschriftenEbenen}\grqq{}) auf Seite \pageref{chap:UeberschriftenEbenen} in dieser PDF-Datei.
\chapter{Headline level 1 (chapter)}
\label{chap:HeadlinesLevel}
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% \vspace{-3mm} % Folgt kein Text nach der Überschrift, muss der Abstand zur nächsten Überschrift manuell angepasst werden
\section{Headline level 2 (section)}
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\vspace{2mm} % Folgt kein Text nach der Überschrift, muss der Abstand zur nächsten Überschrift manuell angepasst werden
\subsection{Headline level 3 (subsection)}
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\vspace{3mm} % Folgt kein Text nach der Überschrift, muss der Abstand zur nächsten Überschrift manuell angepasst werden
\subsubsection{Headline level 4 (subsubsection)}
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\markboth{Introduction and motivation}{Introduction and motivation}
\chapter{Introduction and motivation (automatic indentation in the table of contents)}
\label{cha:Einleitung und Motivation}
\chapter[Introduction and motivation]{Introduction and motivation \newline (automatic indentation in the table of contents)}
\label{cha:Introduction and motivation}
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\section{Introduction}
\label{sec:Einleitung}
\label{sec:Introduction}
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\section{Motivation}
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\begin{itemize}
\item[$\bullet$] \raggedright Lists with less than three lines are left-justified. With the command \verb+\raggedright+ after the command \verb+\item+ this can be done.
\item[$\bullet$] \justifying Lists with three or more lines are justified. With the command \verb+\justifying+ after the command \verb+\item+ the paragraph can be formatted as a justification. In this way, the paragraph adapts optically to the body of the text and creates a coherent type area.
\label{itm:example-itemize}
\item[$\bullet$] \raggedright Lists with less than three lines are left-justified. With the command ``\textbackslash raggedright'' after the command ``\textbackslash item'' this can be done.
\item[$\bullet$] \justifying Lists with three or more lines are justified. With the command ``\textbackslash justifying'' after the command ``\textbackslash item'' the paragraph can be formatted as a justification. In this way, the paragraph adapts optically to the body of the text and creates a coherent type area.
\item[$\bullet$] Bulletpoint 3
\item[$\bullet$] Bulletpoint 4
\item[$\bullet$] Bulletpoint 5
......
\chapter{Notes for authors -- necessary changes in \LaTeX}
\label{chap:Notes}
\section{Spacing for consecutive headlines}
\label{sec:Spacing for consecutive headlines}
If two headlines are directly below each other, the author may have to manually adjust the vertical spacing between the headlines with the command ``vspace''. For the sequence of headings, please refer to the vertical spacing as follows:
\begin{itemize}
\item \justifying No adjustment has to be made between ``chapter'' and ``section''. (Target distance: 13~mm, measured from the baseline of the heading ``chapter'' to the H-line of the heading ``section'')
\item \raggedright Between ``section'' and ``subsection'' please insert an additional vertical distance of 2~mm with the command ``vspace''.
% \begin{Verbatim}
% \section{Headline level section}
% \vspace{2mm}
% \subsection{Headline level subsection}
% \end{Verbatim}
\fbox{\parbox{0.905\textwidth}{
\texttt{%
\textbackslash section\{Headline level section\}
\textcolor{red}{\textbackslash vspace\{2mm\}}\newline
\textbackslash subsection\{Headline level subsection\}
}}}
(Target distance: 10~mm, measured from the baseline of the heading ``section'' to the H-line of the heading ``subsection'')
\item \raggedright Between ``subsection'' and ``subsubsection'' please insert an additional vertical space of 3~mm with the command ``vspace''.
% \begin{Verbatim}
% \subsection{Headline level subsection}
% \vspace{3mm}
% \subsubsection{Headline level subsubsection}
% \end{Verbatim}
\fbox{\parbox{0.905\textwidth}{%
\texttt{%
\textbackslash subsection\{Headline level subsection\}
\textcolor{red}{\textbackslash vspace\{3mm\}}\newline
\textbackslash subsubsection\{Headline level subsubsection\}
}}}
(Target distance: 10~mm, measured from the baseline of the heading ``subsection'' to the H-line of the heading ``subsubsection'')
\end{itemize}
You can see the result with the corresponding vertical distances between the headlines in Chapter \ref{chap:HeadlinesLevel} (``\nameref{chap:HeadlinesLevel}'') on page \pageref{chap:HeadlinesLevel} in this PDF file.
\section{Breaks in headings}
\label{sec:Breaks in headings}
If long headings are to be shortened for the table of contents, the optional parameter of the respective command for headings offers the option of specifying a shorter heading. The following example shows the heading for the table of contents and the running title in square brackets.~The heading stands for the running text in curly brackets.
% \begin{lstlisting}[style=kspnonumbers, caption={Überschriften für Inhaltsverzeichnis und Kolumnentitel (in eckigen Klammern) und für Fließtext (in geschweiften Klammern)}, label={lst:UeberschriftenZeilenumbruch}]
% \chapter[Eine kurze Überschrift]{Eine lange Überschrift im Text über mindestens zwei Zeilen}
% \end{lstlisting}
\fbox{\parbox{0.98\textwidth}{%
\texttt{%
\textbackslash chapter[A short headline]\{A long heading in the text over \newline at least two lines\}%
}}}
If the heading is only enclosed in curly brackets with the command ``\textbackslash chapter\{\}'', the heading in the text is identical to the heading in the table of contents and in the running title.~A long heading can be broken manually in the text with the command ``\textbackslash newline'', as the following example shows.
\fbox{\parbox{0.98\textwidth}{%
\texttt{%
\textbackslash chpater[A short headline]\{A long and very detailed \textcolor{red}{\textbackslash newline} \newline heading that was broken \textcolor{red}{\textbackslash newline} using the newline command\}%
}}}
% \begin{lstlisting}[style=kspnonumbers, caption={Überschriften im Text mit dem Befehl ``newline\grqq{} manuell umbrechen.}]
% \chapter[Kurze Überschriften für das Inhaltsverzeichnis und den Kolumnentitel]{Eine lange und sehr \newline ausführliche Überschrift \newline über mehrere Zeilen, die \newline mit dem Befehl ``newline\grqq{} \newline umgebrochen wurde}
% \end{lstlisting}
\begin{figure}[h]
% \centering
\fbox{\includegraphics[width=0.98\textwidth]{Figures/wrap-headings-in-the-text.png}}
\caption{Manually break headings in the text with the command ``\textbackslash newline''. The red lines in the example show the places where a manual line break was created.}
\label{fig:ueberschrift-text-umbrechen}
\end{figure}
Please make sure that the end of a chapter does not end with a figure or a table, as even manual adjustments to the distance to a subsequent heading are difficult to make.
\section{Lists in an itemize or enumerate environment}
Lists in an itemize or enumerate environment with less than three lines are left-justified. With the command ``\textbackslash raggedright'' after the command ``\textbackslash item'' this can be done, as the following example shows.~You can see the result on page \pageref{itm:example-itemize} in this PDF file.
% in Chapter \ref{cha:Einleitung und Motivation} (``\nameref{cha:Einleitung und Motivation}'')%
\fbox{\parbox{\textwidth}{%
\texttt{%
\textbackslash begin\{itemize\} \newline%
\textbackslash item[\$\textbackslash bullet\$] \textcolor{red}{\textbackslash raggedright} Text for lists with less than \newline three lines are left-justified.\newline%
\textbackslash end\{itemize\}%
}}}
Lists in an itemize or enumerate environment with three or more lines are justified. With the command ``\textbackslash justifying'' after the command ``\textbackslash item'' the paragraph can be formatted as a justification. In thisway, the paragraph adapts op\-ti\-cally to the body of the text and creates a coherent type area, as the folling example shows. You can see the result %
% in Chapter \ref{cha:Einleitung und Motivation} (``\nameref{cha:Einleitung und Motivation}'')%
on page \pageref{itm:example-itemize} in this PDF file.
\fbox{\parbox{\textwidth}{%
\texttt{%
\textbackslash begin\{itemize\} \newline%
\textbackslash item[\$\textbackslash bullet\$] \textcolor{red}{\textbackslash justifying} Text for lists with three or \newline more lines are formatted as a justification. \newline%
\textbackslash end\{itemize\}%
}}}
Please note that even framed texts at the end of a chapter can falsify the distance to the following heading. In this case, it is best to add a paragraph to ensure the same spacing in front of headings (see target distance in chapter \ref{sec:Spacing for consecutive headlines}).
\section[Bibliography, bibliography and citation style]{Bibliography, bibliography and \newline citation style}
Please note that the bibliography and citation style in this template are unlikely to meet the requirements of your institute. Due to the variety of different styles, this \LaTeX template cannot provide a precisely defined bibliography and citation style for individual inquiries. Please use the \LaTeX packages provided by your in\-sti\-tute for the styles you are using and adapt the bibliography style ``\textbackslash bibliography\-style\{plain\-nat\}'' in the file ``Contents/Bibliography.tex'' as well as the citation style ``\textbackslash usepackage\{natbib\}'' in the file ``KSP\_Diss\_A5\_EN.tex'' according to your needs.
If you do not want to automatically output all titles from your file with the bibliographic information (e.g. ``Bibliography/Literature.bib'') in the bibliography, please remove the commands ``\textbackslash nocite\{*\}'' or ``\textbackslash nocitejournal\{*\}'' and ``\textbackslash nocite\-conference\{*\}'' from the file ``Contents/Bibliography.tex''.
The counter for the titles in the bibliography (e.g. ``Journal articles'' or ``Conference contributions'') is reset to ``[1]'' by default by the optional parameter ``resetlabels'' for the command ``\textbackslash usepackage[resetlabels]\{multibib\}'' in the file ``KSP\_Diss\_A5\_EN.tex''. If you want the titles for the bibliography to be numbered consecutively, please remove the optional parameter ``resetlabels'' in the above command.
\markboth{State of the art}{State of the art}
\chapter{State of the art (hyphenation \mbox{in the table of contents} is deactivated)}
\chapter[State of the art]{State of the art \newline (hyphenation in the table of contents is deactivated)}
\label{cha:State of the art}
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
\section{Literature and research}
\label{sec:Literature and research}
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\subsection{Disciplinary development}
\label{ssec:Disciplinary development}
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\vspace{3mm}
\subsubsection{Genesis of scientific concepts}
\label{sssec:Genesis of scientific concepts}
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}
\\ \vspace{3mm} % Distance to the second row of images % plus distance due to the command "\captionsetup[subfloat]{belowskip=}" from the file dokOptions.tex
%\hspace{-7pt} % Horizontal shift of the picture row
\subfloat[Subfloat. Image No. 3. With linebreak \linebreak for a manual line break]{%
\subfloat[Subfloat. Image No. 3. With ``\textbackslash linebreak'' for a \linebreak manual line break.]{%
\includegraphics[width=0.49\linewidth]{Figures/bib.jpg}%
}
\hfill % Fills the vertical space between the images, provided the images are correspondingly small
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%\newpage
\begin{figure}[h]
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\begin{table}[h] % "\ begin {table}" is an environment for floating objects, so that the table "\ begin {tabular}" can be numbered, titled, labeled and referenced
\captionabove{Tables are also always inserted with the parameter [h]. There is an empty line before and after the table environment.}
\caption{Tables are also always inserted with the parameter [h]. There is an empty line before and after the table environment.}
\begin{tabularx}{\textwidth}{XXXXXXXX} \toprule
Spalte1 & Spalte2 & Spalte3 & Spalte4 & Spalte5
& Spalte6 & Spalte7 & Spalte8 \\ \midrule
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\markboth{Contents}{Contents}
%\renewcommand{\contentsname}{Inhaltsverzeichnis}
\renewcommand\cftdotsep{4.621757} % For larger values, the last point is no longer drawn because it is "outside the line"
\makeatletter
\renewcommand{\@tocrmarg}{\@pnumwidth plus1fil} % Further attitude to "points in the table of contents"
\renewcommand*\@tocrmarg{4em plus1fil} % "4em": Automatic line break in the table of contents with long headings, horizontal distance to the right type area; "plus1fil": No hyphenation in the table of contents
\makeatother
%\renewcommand\cftdotsep{4.621757}%obsolete % For larger values, the last point is no longer drawn because it is "outside the line" (requires the "tocloft" package)
%old
% \makeatletter
% \renewcommand{\@tocrmarg}{\@pnumwidth plus1fil} % Further attitude to "points in the table of contents"
% \renewcommand*\@tocrmarg{4em plus1fil} % "4em": Automatic line break in the table of contents with long headings, horizontal distance to the right type area; "plus1fil": No hyphenation in the table of contents
% \makeatother
\BeforeStartingTOC{\setstretch{1.075}} % Change if necessary to get a nicer page display
% \BeforeStartingTOC{\setstretch{1.075}} % Change if necessary to get a nicer page display
\pdfbookmark{\contentsname}{toc}\tableofcontents
\cleardoublepage\pdfbookmark{\contentsname}{toc}\tableofcontents % Name of the table of contents "Table of Contents" in the PDF document (requires the package "\usepackage{bookmark}")
% \renewcommand{\contentsname}{new name} % Changes the heading and bookmark in the PDF file from "Contents" to "new name"; this command must be placed here
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\begin{table}[h] % "\ begin {table}" is an environment for floating objects, so that the table "\ begin {tabular}" can be numbered, titled, labeled and referenced
\captionabove[Od quo tecto offic torit eteum acerum fuga. Ideni omnihic idundero doluptus iminvel luptati busdaepta sequi dolorec tatessinum.]{Tables are also always inserted with the parameter [h]. There is an empty line before and after the table environment. Use "newline" to insert manual line breaks if the spacing between words in a cell becomes too large.}
\caption[Od quo tecto offic torit eteum acerum fuga. Ideni omnihic idundero doluptus iminvel luptati busdaepta sequi dolorec tatessinum.]{Tables are also always inserted with the parameter [h]. There is an empty line before and after the table environment. Use the command ``\textbackslash newline'' to insert manual line breaks if the spacing between words in a cell becomes too large.}
\centering
\begin{tabular}{ | l | l | l | p{2.5cm} |}
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% Done.
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% Loads the document class "scrbook" (KOMA-Script-Book) with the properties: no dots after the numbering, font size 10pt, language packs: English
\documentclass[listof=totoc,numbers=noenddot,10pt,english]{scrbook}
\documentclass[%
fontsize=10pt,% Font size 10 points
numbers=noenddot,% No end point after the numbering (i.e. 3.1 instead of 3.1.)
% chapteratlists=0pt,% toc, lot, lof: Set the vertical distance between the entries to 0
toc=listof,% Sets the table of figures (lof) and the table of tables (lot) in the table of contents (toc)
% toc=bibliography,% Places the bibliography in the table of contents (does not work with multiple bibliographies, even if the commands in the file "Contents/Bibliography.tex" are commented out: "\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{Journalartikel}", "\addcontentsline{toc}{section}{Konferenzbeiträge}", "\addcontentsline{toc}{chapter}{Literaturverzeichnis")
toc=chapterentrywithdots,% Adds a dotted line to the page number in the table of contents for headings in the "\chapter" category
% headings=optiontotocandhead,% To use the command "\addchap[tocentry={unnumbered in the table of contents},head={unnumbered in the table of contents}]{unnumbered}{}"
% headinclude,%
% twoside,% Default for this document class "scrbook"
listof=nochaptergap,% No vertical spacing between the entries (chapter by chapter) in the list of figures or tables
% toc=flat% Reduces the space between the number on the left and text to a minimum; Subchapters are not indented
% toc=chapterentrydots=true,% KOMA guide, p. 74
% toc=sectionentrydots=true% KOMA guide, p. 74
]{scrbook} % Loads the document class "scrbook" (KOMA-Script-Book by Markus Kohm et al.)
%\documentclass[halfparskip,numbers=noenddot,a5paper,10pt,english,ngerman]{scrbook}
% Input, including umlauts (ä, ö, ü and ß) using the parameter [utf8]
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
% Output, including umlauts
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
% Load the language packs for hyphenation
\usepackage[english]{babel}
% Insert more packages here
\usepackage{booktabs}
\usepackage{wrapfig}
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\usepackage[]{acronym}
\usepackage{trfsigns}
\usepackage{caption} % For subfigures
\usepackage{subcaption} % For subfigures
\usepackage{subcaption} % For "subfloat" environments (multi-image graphics / multiple images)
%\usepackage{subfigure} % Old package for "subfigures"
\usepackage{enumitem}
\usepackage{calc}
\usepackage{multirow}
\usepackage{textcmds} % For quotation marks
%\usepackage{epstopdf}
%\usepackage{url}
%\usepackage{subfigure} % Old package for subfigures
%\usepackage{wrapfig}
%\providecommand\phantomsection{}
%\usepackage{color}
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%\usepackage{empheq}
%\usepackage{xcolor}
%\usepackage{float}
%\providecommand\phantomsection{}
\usepackage{blindtext} % Enable blind text to display text in the template
\usepackage{fancyvrb} % For Verbatim environments to output LaTeX source code
%\usepackage{showframe} % Show margins
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\hyphenation{
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% Please add words that should not be separated into this list without a hyphen
}
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% Both \citep and \citet are defined by natbib and are thus not standard. The standard LATEX command \cite should be avoided, because it behaves like \citet for author–year citations, but like \citep for numerical ones
% Quoting from the bibliography "Literature.bib": "\citet{<ID>}" respectively "\citep{<ID>}"
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% Quoting from the bibliography "Own_conference_papers.bib": "\citetconference{<ID>}" respectively "\citepconference{<ID>}"
% Quotation marks
% You form the English introductory quotation marks in LaTeX with two acute accents one after the other, i.e. with the characters ``.
% Complete your English quote with two apostrophes in a row. So you write the sign ''.
% You form the English introductory quotation marks in LaTeX with two acute accents one after the other, i.e. with the characters `` (shift+´).
% Complete your English quote with two apostrophes in a row. So you write the sign '' (shift+#).
% By default, all titles / references are output in the bibliographies. If only the quoted titles / references are to be output in the bibliography, the command "\ nocite {*}" or "\ nocitejournal {*} or" \ nociteconference {*} "must be commented out in the ./Inhalt/Literaturverzeichnis.tex file.
% By default, all titles / references are output in the bibliographies. If only the quoted titles / references are to be output in the bibliography, the command "\nocite{*}" or "\nocitejournal{*} or "\nociteconference{*} "must be commented out in the file "./Inhalt/Literaturverzeichnis.tex"
%\usepackage{cite}
\usepackage[%
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{}% Punctuation before the year
{,}% Punctuation between different publication years of titles by the same author
%
% Cite!
% The following examples are taken from Patrick W. Daly (2010) "Natural Sciences Citations and References. Author-Year and Numerical Schemes"
%\citet{jon90} --> Jones et al. (1990)
%\citet[chap.~2]{jon90} --> Jones et al. (1990, chap. 2)
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%\citep{jon90,jon91} --> (Jones et al., 1990, 1991)
%\citep{jon90a,jon90b} --> (Jones et al., 1990a,b)
\usepackage[resetlabels]{multibib} %Each bibliography begins with counter [1], provided that "\ bibliographystyle {plain}" is selected as the bibliography style
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\usepackage[resetlabels]{multibib} % Each bibliography begins with counter [1], provided that "\ bibliographystyle {plain}" is selected as the bibliography style
\usepackage{multibib} % The bibliographies counter is not reset (counting starting with [1] in "Journal articles" and will be continued in "Conference contributions"), provided that "\ bibliographiestyle {plain}" is selected as the bibliography style, with a different bibliography style, e.g. "\ bibliographystyle {alpha} no counter is used
\newcites{journal}{Bibliography/Own_journal_papers}
\newcites{conference}{Bibliography/Own_conference_papers}
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}
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% PDF-Title
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%\ohead[]{\headmark} % Headers at the top outside
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\begin{document}
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% Use the preset page style
\pagenumbering{gobble}
% \pagenumbering{gobble}
% Use Roman page numbering
% Use preset page style for headers or running headers and page numbers (header and footer)
\pagestyle{scrheadings}
% Uses the information from the commands "\markright" or "\markboth" for running headlines or headers (these running headlines are not numbered and the headline has no line)
% \pagestyle{myheadings}
% Also places the chapter heading on the right side of the header, since there are no subchapters
\renewcommand{\chaptermark}[1]{\markboth{\thechapter\ \ #1}{\thechapter\ \ #1}}
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%\setcounter{page}{5}
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\include{Contents/Title_page}
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% Title part; chapters in the title section do not receive a chapter number in the table of contents
% With the command "\frontmatter" of the document class "book", the chapters "Summary", "Foreword", "Table of Contents", "Abbreviations and Symbols" are numbered in small Roman numerals
\frontmatter
% Abstract in German
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\cleardoublepage
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% Use Roman page numbering
\pagenumbering{roman}
\setcounter{page}{1}
% Use Arabic pagination starting on page 1; Due to the document class "book", this is not necessary, since the settings are set with the command "\ mainmatter"