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Let EssayEdge help with your IT or Computer Science Dissertation, Lab Report and Research Paper

Students in the field of information technology and computer science face one issue in the development of their dissertations that is not encountered by students in other disciplines. Students in IT/CS have an obligation to explain early in their manuscript precisely what the value is of proving their point; if they do not do this, they can easily lose the reader, because if the hypothesis is not relevant in the context of ongoing work in the field of information technology, why would the reader be interested in reading it? This practical challenge is not faced by students in humanities programs, who can offer hypotheses about the motivations of characters in fiction or the influences of biographical factors on the rhetorical development of a given work. The relevance of the hypothesis in "real world" terms is not an issue, but for students in the field of information technology, if there is no practical point in solving the problem that they have solved, they will have lost their reader before they have even begun.

This is why the introductory sections in many research papers in IT or computer science have to take on the "bigger picture" before they have made a clear and concise statement of what the proposed hypothesis is. Only then can it become apparent to the reader that there is value in proving this hypothesis. There are many ways that you can address the "bigger picture" in your dissertation. You can refer to the work of other researchers throughout the world and you can refer specifically to what differs between their work and yours. You do not want to list all of the works that are related to yours that have been published, but it is important to make clear how the problem that you have solved fits into the work of others who are specialists in your field. You can point out that your own research has adopted a different approach (if that is the case), or you can point out that your approach addresses aspects of the problem that are not currently addressed by other researchers. This can be a particularly effective way of "hooking" your reader, because if your reader is familiar with the related work that you are referring to and has already bought into the value of that work, the reader will be very interested to know what your approach is and how you will refine the findings that have already been published.

The need to address the "bigger picture" is not something with which you need be nearly as concerned in the preparation of your lab report. The other "best practices" of document development that apply in other disciplines also apply in IT or computer science research: develop a comprehensive outline before you begin, be as clear and concise as possible, and present your thesis statement early in the work.