The author himself (without forgetting to consult with his supervisor) decides which results to describe, which ones to leave outside the text. According to one work (if it is sufficiently informative), you can write several theses, presenting various parts, sides, aspects of the research.
Abstracts preface and accompany your presentation at the conference. They are designed to help other conference participants to better understand the content of your research, assess the scientific nature and reliability of your results.
Theses and presentation are not the same. The speech should be prepared in accordance with the peculiarities of the perception of oral speech (the technology of intelligence cards can help), while the theses are a product of writing, the basis, the skeleton of your future report.
Registration of theses
The volume of theses is determined by the organization that collects them for their subsequent publication. It can vary from 1 to 5 pages. Remember that the maximum allowed volume is given. This means that the text may be smaller (but not exceed the specified limit).
Carefully read the rules for the design of theses and follow them. Consider the requirements for font size, margins, spacing between lines, the use of different types of selection, links and footnotes, the possibility of including schemes, tables, figures. If deviations from the proposed rules will be significant, theses will most likely be rejected.
The following requirements are most often indicated: Times New Roman font, size 14, all fields 2 cm, one-and-a-half space, asking not to include them.
Each of the methods mentioned in the theses must be accompanied by a reference to the edition from which it was taken (the initials and last name of the author of the method, the year of its publication).
Direct quoting in theses is undesirable. If this is not avoided, you should highlight the words of the quoted author in quotes and be sure to include in brackets his initials and last name, year of publication of the work and page number on which there is a statement you quoted. If you retell the idea of the author, you must give his initials, last name and year of publication of the work referred to. Each last name given in the abstracts must be accompanied (in parentheses) by an indication of the years of publication of those works in which the point of view of the given author mentioned by you is stated. It is not allowed to give last names without initials. Initials are put before the last name.