Wiki Howto

To edit a page, you need to login first. This website is a wikiwiki based on pmwiki. This means that syntax is NOT HTML but a wiki syntax. You can find on the pmwiki website some detailed information for Basic Editing and more general Documentation. Note that the documentation is also available on the pmwiki website.

A Simple Example

I have created a few keywords familiar to LaTeX users but pmwiki ones can still be used.

An example is better than 10000 words:

\title{Texture Synthesis}
\drop The world is beautiful.

\section{Introduction}
some introduction, with plenty of complicated text.

\section{Results}
here we are going to put a figure with images:
\begin{figure}
%width=150px% Attach:tex1.jpg %width=150px% Attach:tex2.jpg 

%width=150px% Attach:tex4.jpg %width=150px% Attach:tex5.jpg 
\caption[1]{figure with only 4 images}
\end{figure}

and now a video
\begin{figure}
(:flv-player Attach:texture_synthesis_video.flv :)
\caption[2]{a video}
\end{figure}

\section{Bibliography}
The  bibliography is done by copy paste of the pmwiki code 
of the bibtex entry. The pmwiki code is given at the bottom 
of each bibtex entry page.

* '''Example Based Image Processing. '''C. Gallagher (2006) 
PhD thesis, ''University of Dublin, Trinity College''.
* '''Example Based Image Processing. '''C. Gallagher (2006) 
PhD thesis, ''University of Dublin, Trinity College''.
* '''Example Based Image Processing. '''C. Gallagher (2006) 
PhD thesis, ''University of Dublin, Trinity College''.

There are a few things that you can do also

Adding a Bibtex Entry

  1. first go to http://www.mee.tcd.ie/~sigmedia/Publications
  2. login
  3. click onto "edit bibtex" under the 2007 (or whatever year) section
  4. you can now add your bibtex reference.

I propose that you use the your_name05a formatting for the bibtex reference. Also please use the same name for your pdf: for instance your name is John Smith and this is your third publication of 2007, then you write

 @article{smith07c,
 ...
 pdf=Attach:smith07c.pdf
 url=Publications.smith07c
 }

The line pdf=Attach:smith07c.pdf means that you're going to upload a pdf version named smith07c.pdf

If you have some material and that you want to create a page where you can publish it alongside, you add the line url=Publications.smith07c. Note that the page refers to http://www.sigmedia.tv/Publications/smith07c

please use "Publications" and not "Research" if you just want to have some complementary material. The "Research" group corresponds to general problems (say a Ph.D. chapter for instance).

Page last modified on May 03, 2007