Is there a name for the "technique" to reduce all sentences in a talk to the minimum?

nb: Perhaps we have to elaborate this question, but I do not know the right technical terms yet and am open for suggestions.

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    Yes: revise, revise, revise! – EsperantoSpeaker1 May 13 '17 at 11:57

Concision might fit the bill.

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Concision (alternatively brevity, laconicism, terseness, or conciseness) is the art and practice of minimizing words used to convey an idea. It aims to make communication more effective by eliminating redundancy without omitting important information. Concision has been described as one of the elementary principles of writing.

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