Monday, April 5, 2010

Learn from Reviewers

Every paper must state (checklist):

   1. the problem addressed (novelty)
   2. the solution proposed (correctness)
   3. an example that shows how it works
   4. an evaluation, ideally a comparison with existing techniques (completeness of experiments)

Title (cover the most important information):
   1. New problem (new perspective)
   2. New findings
   3. New methodology

   1. Problem
   2. Solution or methodology
   3. Results

   1. Why this problem is significant
   2. Recent solutions
   3. What inspires this idea

  1. Theory 
  2. Mathematical formulation
  3. Algorithms
  4. Computational Issues
  5. Implementation issues

Try to package your method within a good theoretic framework ("why to do" is more important than "how to do").

Results & Discussion:
  1. Data sets and performance measures
  2. Experimental settings.
  3. Comparison with state-of-the-art methods
  4. When your method is better and when your method does not work

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