The Abstract Of A Research Paper

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How to write an Abstract for a Conference Paper An Abstract is a short document that is intended to capture the interest of a potential reader of your paper.Thus in a sense it is a marketing document for your full paper.It is generally agreed that one must not base reference citations on the abstract alone, but the content of an entire paper.

An abstract may act as a stand-alone entity instead of a full paper.Full texts of scientific papers must often be purchased because of copyright and/or publisher fees and therefore the abstract is a significant selling point for the reprint or electronic form of the full text.The abstract can convey the main results and conclusions of a scientific article but the full text article must be consulted for details of the methodology, the full experimental results, and a critical discussion of the interpretations and conclusions.Although strictly not part of your Abstract, the title of the proposed paper is also important.Short attention-catching titles are the most effective.Index to the Writing a Scientific Paper Subject Guide.This guide contains both UCI Libraries' restricted resources* as well as publicly accessible ones.The marketing of your proposed paper needs to be done within the word limit of 300 - 350 words.Keywords and Key Phrases Although not part of the Abstract as such, most journals and conferences now expect authors to provide key words at the same time as the Abstract.Key words or phrases are used by Internet search engines to locate the paper.Somewhere between 5 and 10 Key Words are normally required and they should be the words which most closely reflect the content of the paper.


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