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1 LaTeX Henry Stern Carrie Gates October 22, 2002

2 What is LaTeX? Typesetting Language Designed for Science and Mathematics Used in Publishing Industry

3 Why Use LaTeX? Easy Publication Easy Cross-References (table of contents, bibliography, figures, tables, etc. --- no renumbering required!) Clean, Tidy, Documents MaintainablePortable Some conferences/journals require it! A Dal thesis style exists, so you don’t need to worry about proper formatting

4 Getting Started with LaTeX LaTeX Implementations LaTeX2e LaTeX2e MiKTeX MiKTeX LaTeX Editors Your Favourite Text Editor Your Favourite Text Editor WinEdt WinEdt LyX LyX Tools for Making Figures Microsoft Visio Microsoft Visio XFig XFig Gnuplot Gnuplot

5 Output Formats LaTeX DVI DVI Postscript Postscript PDF PDFPDFLaTeX PDF, Advanced Features PDF, Advanced FeaturesLaTeX2html Advanced HTML Output Advanced HTML Output

6 How To Write LaTeX Documents Create a.tex file (e.g. thesis.tex) Compile using latex latex thesis.tex latex thesis.tex View using xdvi xdvi thesis & xdvi thesis & Or convert to postscript using dvips dvips thesis.dvi > dvips thesis.dvi > Or: ask Peter for his makefile!

7 Sample Proposal \documentstyle[12pt]{report}\textwidth=6.5in\textheight=9in\hoffset=-0.5in\voffset=-0.5in\begin{document}\input{epsf} \title{Detection of Distributed Port Scans \\ A Thesis Proposal} \author{Carrie Gates} \date{10/2002}\maketitle\tableofcontents\newpage

8 Sample Proposal (cont’d) % \begin{abstract} % Brief description of my idea for detection of distributed port scans using % set covering techniques. % \end{abstract} \input{introduction}% reads in external file introduction.tex --- can be ispell’ed \input{related}% reads in external file related.tex \appendix \input appendix% this will be labeled Appendix A. % A second input file here would be labeled Appendix B. \bibliographystyle{apalike}% also available: alpha, siam, plain \bibliography{proposal}\end{document}

9 introduction.tex \chapter{Introduction} \section{Problem Description} \paragraph{} The {\bf problem} to be addressed in this thesis is how can distributed port scans be recognized as one collective port scan, as opposed to multiple independent port scans? Info on port scans can be found in Section \ref{scans}. \paragraph{} Using Brinkley and Schell's classification scheme\cite{brinkley95a}, port scans are ``direct probes’’, so are not in and of themselves dangerous. To quote Brinkley and Schell\cite{brinkley95a}:\begin{quote} We must assume that a serious penetration attempt will be indirect in nature, will not require direct physical access by the penetrator and/or operator to the penetrated target, and will not advertise its presence or cause easily observable disturbances to the system's behaviour…. \end{quote}

10 related.tex \chapter{Literature Review} \paragraph{} This chapter will provide background on both the people involved in computer attacks and the tools they use. \section{Port Scans}\label{scans} \paragraph{} There are four types of scans, which are defined by the target information to be gathered: \begin{itemize} \item vertical scans, \item horizontal scans, \item strobe scans, and \item block scans. \end{itemize} A vertical scan refers to scanning all of the ports on a single system to determine what services that one system is running.

11 related.tex (cont’d) \subsection{Stealth Port Scans} \paragraph{} Figure \ref{svm} shows a support vector machine. \epsfysize=5cm\begin{figure}[t]\center{\leavevmode\epsfbox{svm.eps} \caption{A data set consisting of two classes, represented here as solid circles, can be separated using a hyperplane. The dashed line shows the convex hulls for the two sets.} \label{svm}}\end{figure}\paragraph{} This is some verbatim text: \begin{verbatim} alert tcp $EXTERNAL_NET > $HOME_NET any alert tcp $EXTERNAL_NET > $HOME_NET \end{verbatim}

12 related.tex (cont’d) \begin{table}[t]\begin{center} \begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|} \hline anomaly & self-learning & non time series\\ & & \\ \cline{3-3} & & \\ \cline{3-3} & & time series \\ \cline{2-3} & & time series \\ \cline{2-3} & programmed& descriptive stat \\ & programmed& descriptive stat \\ & & \\ & & \\ & & \\ \cline{3-3} & & \\ \cline{3-3} & & default deny \\ \hline \hline & & default deny \\ \hline \hline signature & programmed & state-modelling \\ & & \\ \cline{3-3} & & \\ \cline{3-3} & & expert-system \\ \cline{3-3} & & expert-system \\ \cline{3-3} & & string-matching \\ \cline{3-3} & & string-matching \\ \cline{3-3} & & simple rule-based \\ \hline \hline & & simple rule-based \\ \hline \hline signature-inspired & self-learning & automatic feature selection \\ \hline \end{tabular} \caption{Taxonomy of Intrusion Detection Systems, adapted from Axelsson\cite{axelsson00a}} \label{axtax} \end{center}\end{table}

13 Bibliographies Many possible types: article article book book inbook inbook inproceedings inproceedings mastersthesis mastersthesis phdthesis phdthesis techreport techreport unpublished unpublished misc misc

14 Sample AUTHOR = "Corinna Cortes and Vladimir Vapnik", AUTHOR = "Corinna Cortes and Vladimir Vapnik", YEAR = 1995, YEAR = 1995, TITLE = "Support-Vector Networks", TITLE = "Support-Vector Networks", JOURNAL = "Machine Learning", JOURNAL = "Machine Learning", VOLUME = 20, VOLUME = 20, NUMBER = 3, NUMBER = 3, PAGES = { } PAGES = { }} All articles are contained in proposal.bib Need to bibtex it (bibtex proposal.bib) Can have ALL readings in bibtex file … only those referenced will be used to generate the dvi file

15 So… Files: Proposal.tex Proposal.tex Introduction.tex Introduction.tex Related.tex Related.tex Appendix Appendix Proposal.bib Proposal.bibCommands: latex proposal - generates proposal.aux latex proposal - generates proposal.aux bibtex proposal - generates proposal.bbl bibtex proposal - generates proposal.bbl latex proposal - reads from proposal.bbl latex proposal - reads from proposal.bbl latex proposal - fixes cross-references latex proposal - fixes cross-references





20 The dalthesis Class Helps Your Thesis Meet the FGS’ “Regulations for Submission of Theses “ MarginsSpacing Title Pages Table of Contents, Lists of Tables, etc.

21 thesis.tex \documentclass{dalthesis}\usepackage[dvips]{epsfig}\graphicspath{{figures/}}\begin{document} \title{An Investigation of the Last Theorem of Fermat} \author{Pierre Wiles} \phd\twosupervisors \supervisor{Andrew Tamref} \firstreader{John Smith} \secondreader{Jane Doe} \thirdreader{Tara Whalen} \examiner{Kirstie Hawkey} \submitdate{March 1999} \copyrightyear{1999}\convocation{May}{1999}

22 thesis.tex (cont’d) \dedicate{I dedicate this great\\ piece of work\\ piece of work\\ To me!} To me!}\beforepreface\input{abstract}\input{acknow}\afterpreface\include{intro}\include{conclude}\bibliographystyle{plain}\bibliography{refs}\end{document}


24 Followed by: Dedication Table of contents List of tables List of figures Abstract Chapter 1, etc.

25 Environments TextMath \[\sum_{i=1}^n i = \frac{n(n+1)}{2}\] \[\sum_{i=1}^n i = \frac{n(n+1)}{2}\] Inline: Inline: My equation is $\alpha = \frac{n}{2} \times \xi$. \begin{equation} … \end{equation} \begin{equation} … \end{equation}

26 \begin{equation} … \end{equation} \begin{equation} x = \left\{ \begin{array}{lr} y & \mbox{if $y > 0$} \\ z+y & \mbox{otherwise} \end{array}\right.\end{equation}

27 Where to Get Help LaTeX Documentation on Locutus /opt/teTeX/share/texmf/doc /opt/teTeX/share/texmf/doc Documentation Online Fellow Students Profs (e.g. Dr. McAllister, Dr. Blustein)

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