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Advice on writing a paper

Posted by joyboseroy on October 18, 2007

Ask yourself the following questions (Jon’s advice: any good paper should answer all of them): What is the problem? Is the problem important? Has it being solved? Have you solved it?

Gavin’s advice: The smaller the title and abstract, the better it is. Trick is to find related papers, group them in chronological order, build a storyline and establish the gap for your paper, how its completely unique. Write a paper draft outline with methology, experiments, analysis and conclusion, and an abstract before even starting to write the paper.


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