The extent of the scientific elaboration of the theme is a mandatory element of the introduction of the thesis. The main purpose of this section is to introduce characteristics of scientific outlook of the applicant and the formation of researchers, which are the precursors of the applicant in this scientific field, a brief description of their work and the issues they have outstanding research in this direction. In addition, the degree of scientific proofreading elaboration theme determines the location of the research in a particular area of expertise.
The extent of the scientific elaboration of the theme is a brief list of the gaps in the study area, which need to fill and determine the terms of the competitor research tasks. The extent of the scientific elaboration of the theme is reflected in the introduction of these authors and events pertaining to the test subject by the applicant, a brief description of the issues discussed, as well as specifying the matters in the opinion of the applicant should be investigated. The names of the investigators are listed in alphabetical order. The list includes the best-known academic proofreading, scientists, if the list gets more, it is possible to transfer not all, and after the transfer point "and others.".
If the problem is considered for the first time and there is no literature on the investigated issues, it is necessary to specify. If this thesis discusses several areas researched problem, it is necessary to group the authors of the directions indicating the issues and gaps discussed them. Typically, the description of the theme of scientific degree of the problem is divided into subsections 2-3, in which the first mentioned scientists involved in this research at an earlier time, and then the researchers of the modern period. In addition, usually in a separate group of isolated foreign scientists who have studied the matter under consideration. It is advisable in the list of researchers, including scientists of the department to which the applicant attached, and members of the Dissertation Council, which will defend the dissertation.