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[논문] Paper Writing Guidelines : 논문 작성법

Paper Writing Guidelines : 논문 작성법

Paper Writing Guidelines: a work in progress
Created by Tracy Hammond, Texas A&M University, hammond at cs dot tamu dot edu
CONTENT:

Clarity
  • There should be no spelling mistakes
  • There should be no grammar mistakes
  • Writing should be clear and cogent
  • Writing should be as brief as possible, i.e., not rambling
  • Uses images when necessary to clarify ideas

    Ideas
  • Ideas are original
  • Ideas are intersting

    FORMAT:

    Abstract
  • A one paragraph summary of your paper
  • One sentence motivation
  • One sentence what you did
  • One sentence results
  • Do not make this a story
  • People should be able to *only* read your abstract and know exactly what you did

    Introduction/Motivation
  • Introduce the area
  • Describe the problem you are trying to solve
  • Why is this problem important
  • Provide any background information necessary to understand the problem
  • Any intelligent person should be able to understand, and be motivated by, your problem

    Previous work
  • List at least 2-3 of the most related work in the field
  • Describe how your work differs from theirs (i.e. why their work does not solve the problem you are trying to solve)

    Implementation/Methodology
  • What did you do?
  • How did you do it?
  • How can other people reproduce what you did?

    Results
  • What was the outcome of you work?
  • What statistical test did you use to determine these results (i.e., a t-test)
  • Graphs and tables
  • Make sure there is some way to measure what you have done

    Discussion
  • Analysis of the results
  • What worked
  • What didn뭪 work
  • Why do you think things worked
  • Why do you think things didn뭪 work

    Future Work
  • If you had more time to work on this, what would you do next give the results of your paper? Why?

    Conclusion
  • Summarize what you told them
  • What were the key findings
  • Similar to abstract, but you can assume people have read the paper
  • What did you want people to get out of the paper?
  • What should they walk away remembering?

    Bibliography
  • References are properly cited