1. A problem statement of the research under consideration.
2. A short list of existing solutions and what their drawbacks are, from the point of view of the above defined problem statement.
3. The essence of the proposed solution, and why it is expected to be better under the same conditions.
4. What type of analysis (theoretical, experimental, simulations, implementations, etc.) was done to show that the proposed solution is really better than any of the existing ones, from both the performance and the complexity points of view.
5. What the major qualitative and/or numerical highlights of the analysis are.
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