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
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 are original
Ideas are intersting
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
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
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)
What did you do?
How did you do it?
How can other people reproduce what you did?
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
Analysis of the results
What didn뭪 work
Why do you think things worked
Why do you think things didn뭪 work
If you had more time to work on this, what would you do next give the results of your paper? Why?
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?
References are properly cited