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- Abstract – max 1000 characters (including spaces).
- Keywords – 3 – 4 keywords, separated with a semicolon.
- The main text.
Introduction - may be divided into 2-3 subsections and is intended to contain: study of the literature review, definition of the purpose of the research undertaken, definition of research areas and hypothesis.
Materials and methods (may be in separate chapters), containing: description of the research object, description of the test method (eg. survey, experimental, comparative, etc.), conducted research, description of the research scenarios, etc.
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Result discussion and conclusions - the results should be discussed in relation to the hypotheses put forward in the Introduction; should contain comments on results, possible sources of error, indication of the new and most important results, 2-3 original conclusions, further research directions.
- Optional parts of the article:
- All acknowledgments should be included at the end of the manuscript before the References and may include supporting grants.
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