I would like to introduce my chapter and its subsections a sentence. Here is my try:

Chapter (1) contains three main parts. First part, namely Section (1.1), establishes method A. Second part of this chapter, in Section (1.2), we develop a novel estimation method.

I feel that my sentence is correct, but the structure is not. How can I press my idea in a clear nice way? any help, please?

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    You don't have to put them in one sentence. – Zhang Mar 19 at 1:38

Chapter (1) contains three main parts: Section (1.1) establishes method A, and in Section (1.2), we develop a novel estimation method.

There you go. Is section 3 joining this party? (It doesn't have to, but it should follow shortly if you're going to mention it in this sentence.)

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