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Why use standards?
A technical standard is a formal document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and practices for technical systems. Using a standard ensures
- you are aware of the functionality of a component
- your product or design meets industry standard specifications for e.g. inter-operability and safety
- you are using the correct method for taking a measurement
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Why use theses?
A thesis is a substantial document presenting the author's research and findings, submitted in support of candidature for an academic degree. You may wish to find relevant theses
- to read about research in more detail than the word-limit of a journal article allows
- when your topic is not well covered by the journal article literature
- to see an example of what is required for your own submission
- where you have a reference to a thesis
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