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The History of Which Would Make An Effective Thesis Refuted

"Merle Gomez" (2020-06-23)


http%3A%2F%2Fwww.themeparkreview.com%2Ff"Thesis - briefly formulated main provisions, the main ideas of scientific work, articles, reports, term papers or dissertations." The thesis of scientific articles are a set of interconnected and logically structured basic provisions of full-text work, in which would make an effective thesis they should be proved and justified.

The main purpose of writing theses is to present a brief affirmative summary, to reveal the essence, basic ideas and results of a more comprehensive work or scientific work. A distinctive feature of the thesis is its small volume (2-3 pages), reflecting the main ideas of the full report.

Correctly prepared Thesis for the conference have a very important role. A poorly prepared text can spoil the idea of ​​the main work, alienate the listener or reader, and present the author in a bad light. Well-written abstracts will reveal the full potential of scientific work, draw attention to your work or attract funding, mark the author as a competent scientist. Thesis for the conference, marked by the commission as significant, can be published free of charge in various journals or collections of articles of conferences.

Each scientist seeks to convey the results of his work to the world community and other specialists. To prepare high-quality abstracts and make them public means to make their work worthy of scientific recognition and application by other scientists in their works.

Theses are divided into the following types:

Authorship of the main scientific work (compiled using publications of another author, compiled on the basis of their own scientific works)
Place of presentation (international conferences, magazines, seminars, etc.)
Presentation form (presentation with speech, absentee hearing, publication, etc.)
The order of writing (before the preparation of the main scientific work, when the scientific work is already prepared)
The main content (they contain the statement of the problem, the result of the study, a new working method, etc.)
Difficulties (basic, simple, complex)
Style of presentation (verb and nominative system)