Thesis Organisation

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Then, by making direct reference to your literature review, you must demonstrate that your question (a) has not been previously answered, and (b) is worth answering.Describing how you answered the question is usually easier to write about, since you have been intimately involved in the details over the course of your graduate work.

Then, by making direct reference to your literature review, you must demonstrate that your question (a) has not been previously answered, and (b) is worth answering.Describing how you answered the question is usually easier to write about, since you have been intimately involved in the details over the course of your graduate work.

Describing How You Solved the Problem or Answered the Question This part of the thesis is much more free-form.

It may have one or several sections and subsections.

a concise statement of the question that your thesis tackles 2.

justification, by direct reference to section 3, that your question is previously unanswered 3.

You organize this section by idea, and not by author or by publication.

For example if there have been three important main approaches to Zylon Algorithms to date, you might organize subsections around these three approaches, if necessary: 3.1 Iterative Approximation of Zylons 3.2 Statistical Weighting of Zylons 3.3 Graph-Theoretic Approaches to Zylon Manipulation 4. of Systems and Computer Engineering Carleton University Ottawa, Canada email: chinneck at sce dot carleton dot ca Latest Revision: September 29, 1999 (original document dates to 1988, and undergoes periodic minor revisions) Home for this document is: into other languages are available.In other words, this note should be helpful when you are just getting started in your graduate program, as well as later when you start to write your thesis.But it all has only one purpose: to convince the examiners that you answered the question or solved the problem that you set for yourself in Section 4. Future Research Conclusions are not a rambling summary of the thesis: they are short, concise statements of the inferences that you have made because of your work.So show what you did that is relevant to answering the question or solving the problem: if there were blind alleys and dead ends, do not include these, unless specifically relevant to the demonstration that you answered the thesis question. Conclusions You generally cover three things in the Conclusions section, and each of these usually merits a separate subsection: 1. It helps to organize these as short numbered paragraphs, ordered from most to least important. The Summary of Contributions will be much sought and carefully read by the examiners. The Future Research subsection is included so that researchers picking up this work in future have the benefit of the ideas that you generated while you were working on the project.Because the purpose of the graduate thesis is to prove that you have made an original and useful contribution to knowledge, the examiners read your thesis to find the answers to the following questions: A very clear statement of the question is essential to proving that you have made an original and worthwhile contribution to knowledge.To prove the originality and value of your contribution, you must present a thorough review of the existing literature on the subject, and on closely related subjects.Since this is one of the sections that the readers are definitely looking for, highlight it by using the word "problem" or "question" in the title: e.g."Research Question" or "Problem Statement", or maybe something more specific such as "The Large-Scale Zylon Algorithm Problem." 5.That means that your readers may not have any experience with some of the material needed to follow your thesis, so you need to give it to them.A different title than that given above is usually better; e.g., "A Brief Review of Frammis Algebra." 3.

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