Estrucuta de una tesis

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Structure of a Thesis
Author(s) Name(s) Author Affiliation(s) E-mail

Master’s Thesis 1 Department of Computer and Systems Sciences Stockholm University and The Royal Institute of Technology January 2001

Abstract
Place your abstract here; it should not exceed this page.

“The purpose of your thesis is to clearly document an original contribution to knowledge. You may develop computerprograms, prototypes, or other tools as a means of proving your points, but remember, the thesis is not about the tool, it is about the contribution to knowledge. Tools such as computer programs are fine and useful products, but you can't get an advanced degree just for the tool. You must use the tool to demonstrate that you have made an original contribution to knowledge; e.g., through its use, orideas it embodies.” (Prof. John W. Chinneck, 2003)

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The Master Thesis corresponds to 20 academic credits for each author.

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Sammanfattning
Translate your abstract into Swedish.

Preface
Not mandatory. (New page)

Acknowledgments
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Table of content
1. INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................1

1.1 Background ........................................................................................................1 1.2 Problem ..............................................................................................................1 1.3Purpose...............................................................................................................1 1.4 Restrictions.........................................................................................................1 1.5 Audience ............................................................................................................1 1.6 Methodology ......................................................................................................1 1.6.1 Preparatorywork........................................................................................1 1.6.2 Methodology for eliciting the system requirements specification .............1 1.6.3 Methodology for design and implementation ............................................1 1.6.4 Methodology for data acquisition ..............................................................2 1.6.5 Methodology forevaluating the results......................................................2
2 3 4 5 6 7 EXTENDED BACKGROUND AND BASIC CONCEPTS ...............................................2 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS SPECIFICATION ..............................................................2 DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION.................................................................................2 DATA ACQUISITION.........................................................................................................2 EVALUATION......................................................................................................................3 EPILOGUE............................................................................................................................3

7.1 7.2 7.3
8Conclusions........................................................................................................3 Discussion ..........................................................................................................3 Future Work .......................................................................................................3REFERENCES......................................................................................................................3

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1. Introduction
1.1 Background
Start by describing the topic at a general level and finish of with narrowing down the topic to the specific area that the thesis deals with. Basically it is a general introduction to what the thesis is all about.

1.2 Problem
The focus of the thesis, the problem should be of a...
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