What Goes Into a
A typical thesis will either propagate why a new idea is needed
or present a new cool idea, whilst convincing the reader that
it's new and cool and this might even apply to the own problems
of the reader and then the role of PhD Dissertation is to
evaluate just how well it worked, so it is almost like writing
a term paper.
When writing a PhD
Dissertation here are some quick tips that you should
Integrate all the
- Make sure you write a substantial
introduction that ties all the work together, paying special
attention to the novel contributions.
- Write a concluding chapter (make sure it is
brief) that recaptures the story summarising what you have
learned from the research.
- Reorganise the chapters so that they support
and help to develop the story you are telling from the
- Make sure that the terminology, notation and
style are consistent throughout your dissertation.
- Take ideas, results and text from previous
papers, making sure you give credit to the authors of the
- Make the text more tutorial, clearer and more
- Add more intuitions and examples to aid the
- Add variations, counter arguments and
alternative explanations to your dissertation.
- Add new tests, studies, experiments and
theories to your work.
- Make sure you add enough details to your
work, so that the reader could go and replicate your work or
apply it in a new setting.
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