Friday, April 3, 2009


Overusing abbreviations usually causes gabbled translations to occur, by saving space and time to abbreviate text, rather than, maximize the clarity. Although abbreviations are sometimes useful for long, technical terms in scientific writing, communication; by introducing the reader to unfamiliar concepts.

In sum, excessive use of abbreviations, whether standard or unique, can hinder reader compression.


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