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Varieties Of Theses

There are a large number of classifying signs. This is understandable, because, as many types of work, as many theses on them can be made. By the way, theses on theses are also found, and are a common type of work ordered as their experts share. Main criteria:

  • Authorship of scientific work. There is only one question - who wrote the article. You can make abstracts on your own scientific work or on the research and works of other authors. In the second case, the responsibility for quality is increased, because you need to study the issue very deeply and "penetrate" into the issue. It all depends on the format and purpose.

  • Compilation procedure. It turns out that you can write abstracts in different ways. They are not always written after the readiness of the main work. It is quite possible that the theses are simultaneously a detailed plan of the future finished work.

  • Place of presentation. The content of the abstracts and the submission itself depends on where such an intellectual "product" will be presented. For example, it can be face-to-face presentations at seminars, international conferences, in magazines, etc.

  • Complexity. A banal criterion, but one of the most important. Abstracts are simple, complex, and medium. This affects the volume, content, shape. Complex ones are hard to complete all by yourself, so consider finding a company if you are struggling. Of course, the more complex and significant the main work, the more complex the theses. And vice versa - everything is logical.

  • Main content. Thesis and thesis are different. Such material may include research results or a problem, reflect a new methodology. This, of course, affects the internal content and presentation.

How to write conference abstracts?

The algorithm is dictated by the format. Is it swirling? In general, abstracts, roughly speaking, are written for the conference - they must correspond to its format and timing. If you find a company that can do a book report for you, this won't matter. In order not to miscalculate, it is better to familiarize yourself with the rules "on the shore". But conventionally, the algorithm looks the same. Basically, abstracts are written for a finished scientific or student work. Algorithm:

  • The first thing that is done is the main research is studied. After all, it is impossible to write the main thing if the essence is not clear.

  • The second is to divide the text into semantic blocks. As a rule, these are already existing subheadings, chapters, sections.

  • Third, the content of each block is briefly described.

  • Fourth - to remove from the written those sentences, the disappearance of which will not affect the essence and not distort the main idea.

  • Fifth - to read the text "with a fresh mind" and check it for literacy, uniqueness, meaningfulness.

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