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DISSERTATIONS

    As a rule of thumb, good writing is essential in a Dissertation. However, good writing can not compensate for paucity of ideas or concepts. Quite the contrary, a clear presentation is important. In a well written dissertation, work is divided into chapters.

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   The easiest waynside out. Chapters that describe the research begin the work as in the outline below (3, 4, and 5) wherein terms are collected as they arise and a definition kept for each. The writer should define each technical term even if it was used in a conventional manner. The definitions should be put in a separate chapter thus making them precise and formal. A review of later chapters is done to ensure that each use of a technical term adheres to its definition. After reading the middle chapters to verify terminology, the conclusion is written, then the introduction and finally the abstract. The key to a successful dissertation is practice, practice, practice.

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Table of contents

It outlines the parts covered in the paper. It is important since it gives the reader direction while reading the work.

Abstract/Executive summary

In the abstract, a short summary of the dissertation is given, the problem research approach is described, and an emphasis of the original contribution is given.

Chapter 1:  Introduction

Chapter 1 is the Introduction and it includes an overview of the problem mary of the points to

Defintions should be for the new terms only. They should be precise, concise and unambiguous.

Chapter 3: Conceptual model

In this part one should describe the central concept. A theme is made that ties together all the arguments and it should provide an answer to the posed question (as in the introduction and at a conceptual level) and if necessary, another chapter to give additional reasoning about the problem or solution.

Chapter 4: Experiential measurement

This part involves a description of experiments in support of the thesis given. Experiments in this part offer proof of a certain concept, (demonstrating the viability of method) or efficiency (that a method provides better performance than those that exist).

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Chapter 5: Consequences

Variations, extensions, or other applications of the central idea are described.

Chapter 6: Conclusions

What was learned and how it can be applied is summarized and possibilities for future research mentioned.

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