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How to write a paper . Dr. Bernard Chen Ph.D. University of Central Arkansas Fall 2010. Paper Format. There are two major different types: IEEE two column format Many other single column format. Paper Contents. Main Body: Introduction (Novel) Methods Experimental Setup Results

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How to write a paper

How to write a paper

Dr. Bernard Chen Ph.D.

University of Central Arkansas

Fall 2010


Paper format

Paper Format

  • There are two major different types:

    • IEEE two column format

    • Many other single column format


Paper contents

Paper Contents

  • Main Body:

    • Introduction

    • (Novel) Methods

    • Experimental Setup

    • Results

    • Conclusion

  • Extra:

    • Abstract

    • Future works

    • References


Introduction

Introduction

  • Objective:

    • Make reader understand the basic information, which includes background, problems, related literatures, and brief idea of your solution

  • This part should include:

    • Brief introduce the topics you are involved in

    • Changeless

    • Previous works (important!!!, at least 10 references)

    • Brief solution to this paper

    • Organization of the paper


Methods

Methods

  • Objective:

    • Make readers understand how you solve the problem

  • This part should include:

    • Previous methods used in the same problem (if any)

    • Your (novel) approach


Experimental setup

Experimental Setup

  • Objective:

    • Describe how you setup your experiment

  • This part should include:

    • Input dataset (training)

    • All Equations

      • Distance measure

      • Evaluation quations

      • …

    • Parameter setups


Results

Results

  • Objective:

    • Show why your approach is a good one

  • This part should include:

    • Comparison

      • Figures (title on bottom)

      • Tables (title on top)

      • And description your results in easy-understanding English


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Objective:

    • Final summarize

  • This part should include:

    • Remind readers that this is a good paper


Others

Others

  • Reference

    • Look out the format

  • Future works

    • You should have some ideas already

  • Abstract

    • Last work!!


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