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This is a template for thesis and dissertations (including qualification versions) for the Computer Science program at the Federal University of Uberlândia. It strictly follows the "unfollowable" ABNT specifications.
Este é um template para teses e dissertações (inclusive versões para qualificações) para o programa de Ciência da Computação da Universidade Federal de Uberlândia. O modelo segue as estranhas normas da ABNT para redação de trabalhos técnicos.

When most people think of physics, they think of what they learned in high school physics: that the world is fundamentally predictable. Given the position and velocity of a particle in space, it should be possible to predict its position at any moment in the future---right? Though this was thought to be true for thousands of years, recent developments in the field of physics have shown that this isn't actually true. Instead of being fundamentally predictable, the universe is fundamentally unpredicable. However, this doesn't seem to make sense. What happened to the centuries of physics developed by Newton, Bernoulli, and Lagrange? Well, as it turns out, they weren't actually wrong. Their equations were actually an approximation of a formula called the wavefunction, which is the "Newton's Laws'' equivalent for modern physics. In this paper, we'll take a look at this peculiar wavefunction---and why our intuition about the world is completely wrong. \centerline{This is Quantum Physics.}

Supplied with high frequency stock-trading data, we developed statistical models to predict the market 1 second and 60 seconds in the future. Our models beat the benchmark RMSE score, but placed 2nd in the competition.

LaTeX template for C240 Models of Computation assessed coursework
Contains macros for typesetting operational semantic rules and proof trees and other notation used in the first half of the course.
Department of Computing, Imperial College London