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I was developed a method. In my method, I was divided it into scheme A and without scheme A. I want to use the word "comparison" to compare my proposed method when I use scheme A and without scheme A. This is my sentence

The proposed method with scheme A allows to maintain the quality comparison with the proposed method without scheme A.

However, the above sentence look wrong grammar as well as not professional way. Could you help me to improve my above sentence. Thanks

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As I understand your intent, I would write:

The proposed method with/using scheme A allows you to maintain the quality compared with the proposed method without/not using scheme A.

compare used here is a verb.

To use comparison, you might say somethink like:

The quality comparison of the proposed methods, with and without scheme A, is ...

comparison used here is a noun.

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  • For "comparison" could I write a full sentence based on your suggestion as "The quality comparison of the proposed methods, with and without scheme A, is maintained". The first sentence the word "the proposed method" is repeated twice times. Is it possible to ignore it
    – Jame
    Nov 22 '15 at 23:45
  • Yes that is fine.
    – user3169
    Nov 22 '15 at 23:59

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