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Carefully read the submission guidelines as follows:
1) Paper should be written in Indonesia.
2) The length of submitted paper is at least 6 pages and no more than 12 pages.
3) Use of a reference tool such as Zotero, Mendeley, or EndNote for reference management and formatting, and choose IEEE style
4) The paper must conform to IMRaD or the structure of a scientific journal article.
- Introduction. The Introduction ought to give readers with the background data required to know your study, and the reasons why you conducted your experiments. The Introduction ought to answer the question: what question/problem was studied? Please don't write a literature review in your Introduction, however, do cite reviews wherever readers will realize a lot of data if they need it. Whereas writing the background, make certain your citations are relevant, well balanced, and current (not older than ten years). Once you have got provided background material and expressed the matter or question for your study, tell the reader the aim of your study. Typically the explanation is to fill a niche within the information or to answer an antecedent unrequited question. The ultimate factor to incorporate at the top of your Introduction could be a clear and precise statement of your study aims.
- Methods. This section provides the reader with all the small print of however you conducted your study. You ought to use subheadings to separate totally different methodologies. Afterwards, you ought to describe what you probably did within the past, describe new strategies in enough detail that another investigator will reproduce your experiment, and describe established strategies in short. You have got to easily cite a reference wherever readers will realize a lot of detail and state all applied math tests and parameters.
- Results and Discussion. In the Results section, merely state what you found, however don't interpret the results or discuss their implications. Results ought to be bestowed in an exceedingly logical order. Generally, this may be so as of importance, not essentially the order within which the experiments were performed. Use the past to explain your results; but discuss with figures and tables within the present. Do not duplicate knowledge among figures, tables, and text. a standard mistake is to re-state abundant of the info from a table within the text of the manuscript. Instead, use the text to summarize what the reader can realize within the table, or mention one or 2 of the foremost necessary knowledge points. It is sometimes abundant easier to scan knowledge in an exceedingly table than within the text. Your Discussion ought to answer the question: What do your results mean? In alternative words, the bulk of the Discussion associated Conclusions sections ought to be an interpretation of your results. You ought to discuss your conclusions so as of most to least necessary. Compare your results with those from alternative studies as recommend further experiments required to clarify your results. Discuss what your results might mean for researchers within the same field as you, researchers in alternative fields, and therefore the general public.
- Conclusion. In conclusion, state however your results extend the findings of previous studies. If your findings are preliminary, you must recommend future studies that require to be disbursed.
5) Format for a review paper:
- Introduction: Introduce the subject and the reasoning for discussing this topic focusing on why this topic is relevant. Define clearly what this article will discuss and outline how each subtopics will be discussed to provide readers with any background information to understand the next sections.
- Body (subtopics being addressed): The framework can differ depending on the problems discussed in the sub-topics or the analysis. For instance, you might spread the article into four parts, addressing each one of the approaches, since you are looking at four different methodologies. Please ensure that the research methods are described and that the studies focus on study design and analysis, for example, to treat / retention rate versus complete rate, compare and discuss their implications.
- Conclusions: By momentarily re-studying the explanation for your analysis and the intent of the paper, you can establish the hypothesis and address the conclusions you drafted. It would help if you also discussed the consequences of your assessment findings and how research should be done.
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8) An abstract is required for a paper submission.
9) You can upload a revised version, if requested by Editor
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