The Thesis/Dissertation Defense

Provides suggestions on how to successfully navigate the path to completion.

Kurzweil was selected as one of the top entrepreneurs by Inc.

In the digital version of your thesis, do not save ordinary photographs or other illustrations as bitmaps, because these take up a lot of memory and are therefore very slow to transfer.

magazine, which describe him as the "rightful heir to Thomas Edison.”

The person who drew the schematic diagram thought about what components ought to be depicted and the way in which the components of the system interacted with each other.

Use the first person singular, not plural, when reporting work that you did yourself: the editorial 'we' may suggest that you had help beyond that listed in your acknowledgments, or it may suggest that you are trying to share any blame.


Stage 4- Writing the Research Paper*

"Objects of very different albedo may be illuminated differently soas to produce similar reflected spectra" is longer and uses less common words, but, compared to the former example, it has the advantage of being true.

Stage 5- Sharing the Research Outcomes with Others

Good referencing also tells the reader which parts of the thesis are descriptions of previous knowledge and which parts are your additions to that knowledge.

Stage 6- Revising the Research Paper

Good referencing allows us to check the foundations of your additions to the structure of knowledge in the discipline, or at least to trace them back to a level which we judge to be reliable.

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The only exceptions are cases where every researcher in the field already knows it: dynamics equations need not be followed by a citation of Newton, circuit analysis does not need a reference to Kirchoff.

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You must hand in the thesis, even if you think that you need one more draft of that chapter, or someone else's comments on this section, orsome other refinement.

The following ideas should help you keep the meeting on your agenda.

If you use a result, observation or generalisation that is not your own, you must usually state where in the scientific literature that result is reported.

It alsoexplains the practicalities of surviving the ordeal.

Youwrote that line of code for a reason: at the end of the line explain what the reason is.)You have probably read the theses of previous students in the lab where you are now working, so you probably know the advantages of a clearly explained, explicit thesis and/or the disadvantages of a vague one.