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I used to make changes to puthesis based on what a graduate student wrote about what their school or department's Graduate Office told them.
The process is now more formal—a faculty or staff member from that school or department's Graduate Office or the Purdue Graduate School needs to contact me directly to request changes that will affect more than one person.
The Latex template (Cornell) suggest I use the \abbrlist command but I can't seem to be able to generate a list with acronyms from all chapters.
I am using the glossaries package with all the proper options and have found a way to generate the list but it does not show in the table of contents (since it is not recognized by the \abbrlist command). the people who designed the thesis template say \abbrlist behaves like the \chapter* command.
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The thesis deals with applications of fractional calculus to fractals.
It introduces the notion of local fractional derivative (LFD).