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Outline • Title of your presentation 1 Title slide 2 Slide 2.1 Text field 2.2 Page title 3 Graphics 3.1 One figure (maximum size) 3.2 One figure and text
1 Title slide • The title slide is different from all other slides of the document • Title slide • Do not delete • Has no slide title • Contains two text boxes • Upper text box • Title of the presentation • Font size : depends on the length of the title (e.g. 32 pt) • Lower text box • Information about the author • Font size18 pt • Text boxes are centered • Font: TUM Neue Helvetica (if not available: Helvetica or Arial)
2 Regular slide • Text in a regular slide • Alignment left • Font size: 18pt • Not smaller than 16 pt !!! • Font: TUM Neue Helvetica • If unavailable: Helvetica or Arial, but not Times • Slide footer (Insert tab -> Header & Footer) • Text in footer is aligned right • Font size 10pt • Should contain • Family name of the author • Date (YYYY-MM-DD) or Year (YYYY) • Short title of the presentation • The page number field is placed on the right (the field will be automatically updated be inserting new pages)
2.1 Text box (1) • The blue frame shows the size and position of a single column of text • All presented material (text and images) should be placed within the borders of this box. Place no images over the margins!
2.1 Text box (2) • If you need more than one text box, the you should copy an empty text box. • This allows you to use the same structured format and bullets • 18 pt • ... • .... • …. • Text box 2 • 18 pt • ... Text box 3 • 18 pt • ... • ...
2.2 Slide title • Each slide has an individual slide title. • The slide title should be short and characterize the content. • The slide title should be different from other slide titles. • In the case that the content of a slide is similar to subsequent slides, introduce a label which allows to distinguish the pages , e.g.: • Results of the analysis (1) • Results of the analysis (2) • Please don‘t shift the slide title text box! • Don‘t delete the slide title text box! • Format of slide title • only one line • aligned left (not centered) • font size: 20 pt, shadow • [slide number][2 spaces] [page title] [e.g. additionally (2)] • Numbering • Use: 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 NOT: 1. 1.1. 1.2. 2.
3 Figures • Do not place figures outside of the frame boarders! (see borders on left and right) • Resolution? appropriate! • Max: 1200 x 800 • Please don‘t include 10 mega pixel images • Reduce number of pixels before e.g. use IrfanView
3.2 One figure and text • The way from the U2 Theresienstraße station to TUM. • Entrance to Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (1. floor) via main entrance Only the left border of this text box was shifted!
4 Reference List • The reference list provides systematic evidence of any sources that were used or mentioned. There are various ways of citing these sources. Citation styles in scientific publication vary depending on the publisher or editor. (Have a look at the reference lists in different academic journals or conference proceedings and compare). For example, within the text sources can be referenced using numbers , abbreviations [STI05], Names of authors and publication year [Fuchs & Hase, 2005], or footnote numbers1. The references can be ordered according to first mentioned in the main text or alphabetically by the last name of the first author. • Despite these variants, references and citation style must be consistent within one document. • In order to find a source, certain key information is necessary, depending on the publication (e.g. author names, publication year, publication title, editor or publisher, etc.), which is given in a defined sequence.
4.1 Citation Style (1) • The sources are cited in-text within parentheses with the surname of the author and the year of publication and are cited in the reference list in alphabetical order by the first author‘s surname. This is called “Parenthetical Referencing” or “Harvard Citation”. • The form of an in-text citation depends on whether the publication is of one author [Fox, 2005], two authors [Fox & Hare, 2005], or more than two authors [Fox et al., 2005]. Note: there is no “.” after the “et” in “et al.”. • In the reference list, however, all authors are mentioned by name – even when there are more than two authors! • If references cannot be distinguished in the in-text citations simply from the name and date, you can add a single lower-case letter to the year as a label. This label must also be included in the reference list. For example: [Fox et al., 2005a], [Fox et al., 2005b]. • If the author(s) are directly addressed in your text, for example “as Fox & Hare  have shown", only the year is placed in parentheses.
4.2 Citation Style (2) • In the reference list, a citation begins with the author’s(s’) name(s), followed by the year and the title of the publication. • The authors’ names are indicated first by the surname, followed by the initial of the author’s first name. To distinguish the name of each author, the names are punctuated by a comma. Some citation methods use a punctuation system which reduces the clarity of the entry (for example: Fox, K. - H., Hu, L., Li, H. ), so we have resorted to a modern method which minimizes the punctuation in and compresses a reference. Therefore, we omit the comma between the surname and the first name and the period after the first initial. • The year is placed in parentheses. • The title of the publication follows, and is punctuated by a period. If there is also a subtitle, the title and the subtitle are separated by a colon. • Example: • vonGoethe JW (1794) Reineke Fuchs. • Fox R, Hare ML, Hedgehog K-H (2005) Forest and Meadow.
4.2 Citation style (3) • Further information required for reference depends on the source. There is a referencing distinction between source types, for example books, magazines or journals, conference proceedings and publications, and technical reports – reports, theses, dissertations, etc. • Books: If a book is, as a single, whole bibliographic unit, it follows:Place of publication: Publisher • Are multiple publisher sites indicated in the book? Indicate only the first listed in the reference. (e.g.: Munich * Berlin * New York -> Munich) • The publishing house is given in a short, characteristic form(e.g.: R. Piper GmbH & Co. KG -> Piper) • Example:Fox R (2005) Forest and Meadow. München: Piper
4.2 Citation style (4) • Article in a magazine or journal. It follows:Journal name, Volume number (issue number): Page numbers • The name of the journal can be abbreviated according to the International Code of Journals. • The volume number is in bold in many publications. • The issue number is set in parentheses. It is not common practice in all journals. • The first page number of the relevant set comes after the colon. The last page number is separated from the first by a dash. Page numbers are often numbered consecutively within a volume. An indication of page numbers by the abbreviations “p” or “pp” are not required in the referencing method laid out here. • There is no publisher listed! • We do not use the device In: as magazines, journals, and other periodicals are not solitary bibliographic units. • Example:Fox R (2005) Forest and Meadow. Journal of Wildlife Biology, 25(3): 205-213
4.2 Citation style (5) • Article from conference proceedings. It follows:In: Name of the publishers (eds) Title of the conference. Place of publication: Publisher, Volume number (Issue number): page numbers • In: means that it is a bibliographic unit. • Specify the name(s) of the publisher(s) in the form described previously for authors. • (eds) stands for Editors – if there is only one editor, then use (ed). For German publications, you can also use (Hrsg) for “Herausgeber”. No “.” after the abbreviations. • Information about the conference, such as duration or location are, as opposed to the publisher or place of publication, not essential and should not overload the reference. • If the publication of the conference proceedings is not in the same year as the conference, this may be indicated by stating the year in parentheses in front of the title of the conference. • Specifying the ISBN greatly simplifies searches. • Example: Fox R (2005) Forest and Meadow. In: Hare ML (ed) Symposium for Wildlife Biology. Munich: Piper, 3(1): 205-213
4.2 Citation style (6) • Technical report. It followsPlace of Institution: Publishing institution, Report number, Type of report • Since reports are often not printed by a publishing house, the location of the issuing corporation or institute is specified instead of a publisher. • The information of the issuing institution is given in a descending manner as accurately as necessary. In the case of a dissertation, for example, the reference requires: Name of University, Name of Faculty. In the case of a thesis, more precise information is required: Name of University, Name of Faculty, Name of Institute or the Chair or the subject area. • If a report number is available, it is indicated after the designation of the issuing institution. • Type of report: Dissertation, thesis, project report, research report, etc. • Example: Fox R (2005) Forest and Meadow. Munich: Technische Universität, Fakultät Bau Geo Umwelt, Dissertation
References • Fox R, Hare ML (1888) Forest and Meadow. Foxtown: Wood Press • Hebel M, Stilla U (2010) LiDAR-supported navigation of UAVs over urban areas. Surveying and Land Information Science, 70(3): 139-149 • Hebel M, Stilla U (2012) Simultaneous calibration of ALS systems and alignment of multiview LiDAR scans of urban areas. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 50(6): 2364-2379 • Schmitt M, Magnard C, Brehm T, Stilla U (2011) Towards airborne single pass decimeter resolution SAR interferometry over urban areas. In: Stilla U, Rottensteiner F, Mayer H, Jutzi B, Butenuth M (eds) Photogrammetric Image Analysis, ISPRS Conference, PIA 2011. Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences (LNCS) 6952, Heidelberg: Springer, 197-208 • Schmitt M, Stilla U (2013) Compressive sensing based layover separation in airborne single pass multi-baseline InSAR data. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 10(2): 313-317 • Stilla U (1995) Map-aided structural analysis of aerial images. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 50(4): 3-10