While this is not a formal template of how your thesis should be submitted, this has been used for writing theses that have been submitted and approved successfully.
It also contains examples of pages in Hebrew.
This template is based on the BGU Thesis Template and adapted to the guidelines of the Open University of Israel.
This document is a short introduction to the idea of convergence and divergence in sequences and shows how to prove a sequence is convergent by using the definition of convergence. This document also intrdocues the standard notation used for sequences.
A cumulative dissertation is in its nature a different document in comparison to a standard monogram dissertation. Unfortunately, the university guide-lines sometimes do not provide a LaTeX template or do not exactly specify the structure of such a document. Therefore, to make the final document as readable as possible, we might want to structure it more than the standard thesis templates (e.g. adding multiple bibliographies, multiple tables of contents, etc.). Unfortunately, this process is not always straight forward and the interplay between additional packages can cause troubles. I encountered multiple problems while preparing the template for my thesis, which are solved in this template and I hope this document will save some time to anybody wishing to structure their thesis similarly.