For example, the hypotheses at the end of chapter 2are meant to appear to be developed as the chapter progresses, but thecandidate might have a good idea of what they will be before he or shestarts to write the chapter.
For example, the sentence "After considering all of these possible materials, plutonium was selected" implicitly attributes consciousness to plutonium.
For example, the "authors' preferred version" of an academic paper is a mapping whose value changes over time, whereas a mapping to "the paper published in the proceedings of conference X" is static. These are two distinct resources, even if they both map to the same value at some point in time. The distinction is necessary so that both resources can be identified and referenced independently. A similar example from software engineering is the separate identification of a version-controlled source code file when referring to the "latest revision", "revision number 1.2.7", or "revision included with the Orange release."
The final form of connector type is a tunnel, which simply relays communication across a connection boundary, such as a firewall or lower-level network gateway. The only reason it is modeled as part of REST and not abstracted away as part of the network infrastructure is that some REST components may dynamically switch from active component behavior to that of a tunnel. The primary example is an HTTP proxy that switches to a tunnel in response to a CONNECT method request , thus allowing its client to directly communicate with a remote server using a different protocol, such as TLS, that doesn't allow proxies. The tunnel disappears when both ends terminate their communication.
Therefore, you should construct your paper so that it can be understood by skimming, i.e., the conclusions, as written in your abstract, can be understood by study of the figures and captions.
For example, chapter 1 is usually written in the present tense with referencesto literature in the past tense; the rest of the thesis is written in thepast tense as it concerns the research after it has been done, except forthe findings in chapter 5 which are presented in the present tense.
Secondly, start each section or sub-section with a phrase or sentencelinking it with what has gone before, for example, a sentence might startwith `Given the situation described in section 2.3.4' or `Turning frominternational issues to domestic concerns,...' Thirdly, briefly describethe argument or point to be made in the section at its beginning, for example,`Seven deficiencies in models in the literature will be identified'.