The dissertation format is a standardized setting and requirements for the communication tool of dissertation writing . The following is the format of the undergraduate thesis format collected by the editor. Welcome to view it.
(Bold, small second, centered)
2.Abstract and keywords
(There are two blank spaces between the "Abstract", Songti and Xiaosi.)
□□ ×××× (about 300 words, and a corresponding English abstract.)
Keywords: ××××× □□ ××××× □□ ××××× □□ ××××
Minor number four, three to five. Chinese keywords are separated by two characters, and English keywords are separated by semicolons.
□□ ××××××××× (Primary Number 4 Times New Roman)
Key words: ×××××; ×××××; ×××××; ×××××
Small Four Times New Roman Font
The chapters of graduation thesis are numbered in order, and only the third-level chapters are displayed.
The font of the text of the graduation thesis is in Song style, small four, 1.5 times the line spacing;
The annotated font in the graduation thesis is in Song style, and the size is 5;
The table in the graduation thesis should have a table order and a table title. The table order and the table title should be in Song style, with a small size of four characters.
The illustrations in the graduation thesis should have a figure order and a title, in Song style, and the number five.
(Songti, small four, 1.5 times the line spacing)
In line with the academic norms of this discipline, all Chinese and foreign materials cited in the thesis must be cited. Annotations in Chinese and foreign languages must indicate the author, title, publisher, year and month of publication, and page number of the material used.
Reference Standard Format
Monographs [M], Proceedings [C], Newspaper Articles [N], Journal Articles [J], Dissertations [D], Reports [R], Standards [S], Patents [P], Essays in Proceedings [ A]
Electronic Document Type: Database [DB], Computer [CP], Electronic Bulletin [EB]
Carrier types of electronic documents: Internet [OL], compact disc [CD], magnetic tape [MT], magnetic disk [DK]
References are listed after the text in the order in which they appear in the text; " References (centered)" are used as identifiers in the text; the reference numbers are in the top left box, and are indicated by numbers and square brackets, such as , , …, In the same format as the indicated serial number in the text. The end of each reference entry ends with a “.”. The format and examples of the types of reference entries are as follows:
1. Monographs, thesis, dissertations, reports
[No.] Main responsible person. Document title [Document type identification]. Place of publication: publisher, year of publication. Start and end page numbers (optional). (Chinese version must be added before the Chinese translation)
 [English] by O'Connor, translated by Wang Yaoxian. Compilation of scientific and technological books and periodicals [M]. Beijing: People's Education Press, 1982.56-57.
 Xin Ximeng. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Information Technology and Information Services: Episode A [C]. Beijing: China Social Science Press, 1994.87.
 Zhang Zhusheng. Invariant set of differential semi-dynamic systems [D]. Beijing: Institute of Mathematical Coefficients, Peking University, 1983.123.
 Feng Xiqiao. LBB analysis of nuclear reactor pressure pipes and pressure vessels [R]. Beijing: Tsinghua University Nuclear Energy Technology Design Institute, 1997.69.
2. Journal Article
[No.] Main responsible person. Document title [J]. Journal title, year, volume (issue): start and end page number.
 Gu Mingyuan. On the Construction of School Culture [J]. Journal of Southwest China Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition), 2006 (3): 67-70.
 Jin Xianhe, Wang Changchang, Wang Zhongdong, et al. A digital filtering technology for online detection of partial discharge [J]. Journal of Tsinghua University (Science and Technology), 1993 (4): 62-67.
3. Precipitated Literature in Proceedings
[Serial Number] The person responsible for the precipitation document. The title of the precipitation document [A]. The person responsible for the original document (optional). The title of the original document [C].
 Zhong Wenfa. Application of Non-linear Programming in the Configuration of Combustible Toxicants [A]. Zhao Wei. Theory and Application of Operations Research——Proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the Chinese Operations Research Society [C]. Xi'an: Published by Xidian University Press, 1996.468-471.
4. Newspaper articles
[No.] Main responsible person. Document title [N]. Newspaper name, publication date (version).
 Xie Xide. New Thinking of Creating Learning [N]. People's Daily, 1998-12-25 (10).
5. International and national standards
[No.] Standard number, standard name [S].
 GB / T16159-1996, Basic Rules of Chinese Pinyin Orthography [S].
[Serial Number] Patent Owner. Patent Title [P]. Patent Country: Patent Number, Publication Date.
 Jiang Xizhou. Preparation of a warm external application [P]. Chinese Patent: 881056073, 1989-07-26.
7. Electronic Literature
[No.] Main responsible person. Title of electronic document [identification of electronic document and carrier type]. Source or available address of electronic document, date of publication or update / date of citation (optional).
 Wang Mingliang. On the progress of standardized database system engineering of Chinese academic journals [EB / OL] .http: //www.cajcd.edu.cn/pub/wml.txt/980810-2.html, 1998-08-16 / 1998-10-04.
 Wan Jinkun. Abstracts of Journals of China University (1983-1993). English version [DB / CD]. Beijing: China Encyclopedia Press, 1996.
8. Various undefined types of literature
[No.] Main responsible person. Document title [Z]. Place of publication: publisher, year of publication.
Differences between notes and references
Annotations are further explanations or supplementary explanations of a specific content in the main body of the treatise. References are bibliographies that the author refers to when writing the treatise. Both are listed at the end of the text. , … and the notes are marked with numbers and circles, such as ①, ② ……
The appendix is an attachment to the graduation thesis and is not an essential part. You can determine whether to add an appendix page according to actual needs. The contents of the appendix include the deduction of formulas that are inconvenient to include in the main text, auxiliary data and diagrams to facilitate the reader's deeper understanding, the meaning of the symbols used in the paper, abbreviations, the full text of the program and related instructions, and other necessary supplements to the main text.
The last paragraph of the thesis is written thanks. This is a written record of the author's contribution to the organization or individual who contributed to the formation of the paper. Acknowledgement is not only a courtesy, but also a respect for the work of others. The content of the acknowledgment should be realistic, the language should be sincere, appropriate, and concise, and you should not take the opportunity to complete the graduation thesis and thank those who have provided other help that is not related to the work of the thesis.