Published: Jan 2005
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The problem addressed in this chapter is determining your message. Almost all technical presentations start with a request from a supervisor, customer, or peer, inside or outside organization, or as a response to an advertised “call for papers.” The title follows next. Then you need to access resources to arrive at the data and supporting information for your message. It is the purpose of this chapter to suggest some research techniques and to discuss which information needs to be included in an oral presentation.