presentation: adapts pandoc style format
authorVincent Dahmen <4dahmen@informatik.uni-hamburg.de>
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 22:42:18 +0000 (23:42 +0100)
committerVincent Dahmen <4dahmen@informatik.uni-hamburg.de>
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 22:42:18 +0000 (23:42 +0100)
Makefile [new file with mode: 0644]
presentation.tex [moved from Template4StudentTalks.tex with 76% similarity]
slides/01-motivations.md [new file with mode: 0644]
slides/02-Methodology.md [new file with mode: 0644]
slides/03-Experiments.md [new file with mode: 0644]
slides/04-Schedule.md [new file with mode: 0644]
slides/05-Contribution.md [new file with mode: 0644]
slides/99-End.md [new file with mode: 0644]

diff --git a/Makefile b/Makefile
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+# Variablen
+PANDOC_BEAMER=-t beamer --slide-level 2
+RUBBER_ARG=-d
+
+# main targets
+beamer: presentation.pdf
+       mv $< beamer.pdf
+       rubber $(RUBBER_ARG) --clean presentation
+       rm -f presentation.vrb
+
+# Convert markdown to tex using pandoc
+slides.tex: $(wildcard slides/*.md)
+       pandoc $(PANDOC_BEAMER) -o $@ slides/*.md
+
+# Build pdfs
+presentation.tex: slides.tex
+
+%.pdf: %.tex
+       rubber $(RUBBER_ARG) $<
+
+# Generic
+clean:
+       rubber $(RUBBER_ARG) --clean presentation
+       rm -f slides.tex presentation.vrb beamer.pdf
similarity index 76%
rename from Template4StudentTalks.tex
rename to presentation.tex
index 9a4b76013c7dd442d88b1aae3a304d243865e656..24374bde2ef1c913c7211aa93406230cfb97fb69 100755 (executable)
 
 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%
 % Your Content
-
-\section{Motivation and Question}
-
-\frame[t]{
-  \frametitle{Motivation}
-  \begin{itemize}
-       \item What is your field of research
-               \begin{itemize}
-                       \item Use subitems for details
-                       \begin{itemize}
-                               \item but carefully
-                       \end{itemize}
-               \end{itemize}
-       \item Why it is interesting (also for the group)
-       \item Formulate your research question(s)
-       \item Never forget: Use references \textsuperscript{[Author, 2010]}
-       \end{itemize}
-}
-
-%\section{Methodology}
-
-\frame[t]{
-  \frametitle{Methodology}
-  \begin{itemize}
-       \item Which methods you will use to investigate your questions addressed in your thesis?                
-               \begin{itemize}
-               \item For instance: provide an image of the architecture
-               \item Or provide a learning rule
-               \item Or provide algorithmic pseudocode
-               \end{itemize}
-       \item What is the \textbf{novelty} in your research in this context?
-       \end{itemize}
-}
-
-
-%\section{Experiments and Evaluation}
-
-\frame[t]{
-  \frametitle{Experiments and Evaluation}
-  \begin{itemize}
-       \item Which experiments you plan to do? 
-       \item For HRI:
-               \begin{itemize}
-                       \item Define gestures/speech/objects/actions 
-               \end{itemize}
-       \item Which devices you would need?
-               \begin{itemize}
-                       \item Camera? Kinect? Microphones? Robot? 
-               \end{itemize}
-       \item For neural networks or data mining: Which challenging data set or benchmark you will use?
-       \item How will you evaluate your experiments to determine the performance of your approach?
-       \end{itemize}
-}
-
-%\section{Time Plan}
-\frame[t]{
-  \frametitle{Time Plan}
-  \begin{itemize}
-       \item Provide a sketch of your thesis schedule          
-       \item Identify reasonable time-slots for writing, experiments and implementation
-       \end{itemize}
-}
-
-%\section{Contribution}
-\frame[t]
-{
-  \frametitle{Contribution}
-  \begin{itemize}
-       \item What would be the novelty in your approach                
-       \item What would be your contribution to the group?
-  \end{itemize}
-
-}
-
-%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
-
-\frame[c]{
-  \frametitle{The End}
-\begin{center}
-  Thank you for your attention.\\[1ex]
-  Any question?\\[5ex]
-\end{center}
-  \footnotesize
-  Literature:
-       \begin{itemize}
-               \item Author , Author , Author, and Author. Name of the conference paper. \emph{In: Proceedings of the Conference Name}, Year
-               \item Author, Author, and Author. Name of the Article. \emph{Name of the Journal}, 42:111-133, Year
-               \item Author, and Author. \emph{Name of the Book}. Publisher, Year
-       \end{itemize}
-}
+\input{"slides.tex"}
 
 \end{document}
diff --git a/slides/01-motivations.md b/slides/01-motivations.md
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+\section{Motivation and Question}
+
+\frame[t]{
+  \frametitle{Motivation}
+  \begin{itemize}
+       \item What is your field of research
+               \begin{itemize}
+                       \item Use subitems for details
+                       \begin{itemize}
+                               \item but carefully
+                       \end{itemize}
+               \end{itemize}
+       \item Why it is interesting (also for the group)
+       \item Formulate your research question(s)
+       \item Never forget: Use references \textsuperscript{[Author, 2010]}
+       \end{itemize}
+}
diff --git a/slides/02-Methodology.md b/slides/02-Methodology.md
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+%\section{Methodology}
+
+\frame[t]{
+  \frametitle{Methodology}
+  \begin{itemize}
+       \item Which methods you will use to investigate your questions addressed in your thesis?                
+               \begin{itemize}
+               \item For instance: provide an image of the architecture
+               \item Or provide a learning rule
+               \item Or provide algorithmic pseudocode
+               \end{itemize}
+       \item What is the \textbf{novelty} in your research in this context?
+       \end{itemize}
+}
diff --git a/slides/03-Experiments.md b/slides/03-Experiments.md
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+%\section{Experiments and Evaluation}
+
+\frame[t]{
+  \frametitle{Experiments and Evaluation}
+  \begin{itemize}
+       \item Which experiments you plan to do? 
+       \item For HRI:
+               \begin{itemize}
+                       \item Define gestures/speech/objects/actions 
+               \end{itemize}
+       \item Which devices you would need?
+               \begin{itemize}
+                       \item Camera? Kinect? Microphones? Robot? 
+               \end{itemize}
+       \item For neural networks or data mining: Which challenging data set or benchmark you will use?
+       \item How will you evaluate your experiments to determine the performance of your approach?
+       \end{itemize}
+}
diff --git a/slides/04-Schedule.md b/slides/04-Schedule.md
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+%\section{Time Plan}
+\frame[t]{
+  \frametitle{Time Plan}
+  \begin{itemize}
+       \item Provide a sketch of your thesis schedule          
+       \item Identify reasonable time-slots for writing, experiments and implementation
+       \end{itemize}
+}
diff --git a/slides/05-Contribution.md b/slides/05-Contribution.md
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+%\section{Contribution}
+\frame[t]
+{
+  \frametitle{Contribution}
+  \begin{itemize}
+       \item What would be the novelty in your approach                
+       \item What would be your contribution to the group?
+  \end{itemize}
+
+}
diff --git a/slides/99-End.md b/slides/99-End.md
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+%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
+
+\frame[c]{
+  \frametitle{The End}
+\begin{center}
+  Thank you for your attention.\\[1ex]
+  Any question?\\[5ex]
+\end{center}
+  \footnotesize
+  Literature:
+       \begin{itemize}
+               \item Author , Author , Author, and Author. Name of the conference paper. \emph{In: Proceedings of the Conference Name}, Year
+               \item Author, Author, and Author. Name of the Article. \emph{Name of the Journal}, 42:111-133, Year
+               \item Author, and Author. \emph{Name of the Book}. Publisher, Year
+       \end{itemize}
+}