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Here are my constructions:

  1. As part of his academic activities, he conducted research focused on design, implementation and operation of novel algorithms using artificial intelligence. Within the framework of his research he developed four solutions and presented result in his four scientific publications.
  2. As part of his academic activities, he conducted research focused on design, implementation and operation of novel algorithms using artificial intelligence. Within the framework of his research he developed four solutions and presented their result in his four scientific publications.

I am not sure, which sentence is correct and better?
Should I use 'the' before 'design'?

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    You need something before result, that is for sure. I'd also pluralize it, since the four solutions are unlikely to have yielded only one result. But whether you write the results or their results doesn't matter much for the meaning, I think. I'd go for the easiest option, the results.
    – oerkelens
    Apr 15, 2015 at 8:25
  • @oerkelens You should really put that as an answer :)
    – Dog Lover
    Apr 15, 2015 at 12:43

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I would change it to:

As part of his academic activities, he conducted research focused on the design, implementation and operation of novel algorithms using artificial intelligence. Within the framework of his research he developed four solutions and presented the results in his four scientific publications

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