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|  //Each item below should take only 1-2 sentences in your abstract//  | \\ (unless otherwise noted)  | |  //Each item below should take only 1-2 sentences in your abstract//  | \\ (unless otherwise noted)  |
|  Outer context  | A short introduction to the **field** or **context** of the research problem addressed. This places the research topic within the larger scientific context. Go for "the shortest introduction possible". | |  Outer context  | A short introduction to the **field** or **context** of the research problem addressed. This places the research topic within the larger scientific context. Go for "the shortest introduction possible". |
-|  \\ Research problem / question  | A short introduction to the research problem. Explain the problem you are addressing, in as simple words as possible. Make sure you describe it at the right level of detail. Not too general - then you are repeating the above point; not too specific - then you leave out some context that is necessary for some of your readership. "The shortest problem presentation possible" (max 4 sentences). |+|  \\ Research problem / question  | A short introduction to the research problem. Explain the problem you are addressing, in as simple and few words as possible (but not fewer). Make sure you describe it at the right level of detail. Not too general - then you are repeating the above point; not too specific - then you leave out some context that is necessary for some of your readership. "The shortest problem presentation possible" (max 4 sentences). |
|  Key Motivation  | Why this work was/is worth doing. Make sure the justification is scientific (not personal! - stick to verifiable facts, in the context of scientific progress).  | |  Key Motivation  | Why this work was/is worth doing. Make sure the justification is scientific (not personal! - stick to verifiable facts, in the context of scientific progress).  |
|  Prior attempts at addressing it  | How has this issue been addressed before?  | |  Prior attempts at addressing it  | How has this issue been addressed before?  |