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master-thesis-at-ufal [2018/07/19 12:04]
lopatkova [Preparation of the thesis and its submission]
master-thesis-at-ufal [2019/06/24 10:34] (current)
lauschmannova pdf-a validation
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 It is strongly recommended that the abstract in your thesis differs from the abstract in the official assignment. Even though in theory you could claim that you did exactly what was in the assignment, it is better to show the reviewer that it is not //just a copy.// Typically, the assignment is more vague because you do not know what exactly you will do after you see the results of the first experiments. In contrast, the abstract should summarize what you actually did. Even if your thesis closely matches the assignment, the abstract probably should highlight your main achievement(s) (e.g. “we were able to improve the state of the art by 50%”). It is strongly recommended that the abstract in your thesis differs from the abstract in the official assignment. Even though in theory you could claim that you did exactly what was in the assignment, it is better to show the reviewer that it is not //just a copy.// Typically, the assignment is more vague because you do not know what exactly you will do after you see the results of the first experiments. In contrast, the abstract should summarize what you actually did. Even if your thesis closely matches the assignment, the abstract probably should highlight your main achievement(s) (e.g. “we were able to improve the state of the art by 50%”).
  
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 +PDF-A requirements:​
 +there is an ufal-wide installation of the verapdf tool available at /​lnet/​ms/​projects/​verapdf,​ with a useful wrapper script /​lnet/​ms/​projects/​verapdf/​checkpdf that can be more talkative if you use the `--verbose` option.
  
  

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