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Author Guidelines

1. INTRODUCTION

 

The main text format consists of a flat left-right columns on A4 paper. The margin text from the left, right, top, and bottom 3 cm. The manuscript is written in Microsoft Word, single space, Arial 12pt and maximum 15 pages, which can be downloaded at the website:  https://jurnal.polsri.ac.id/

A title of article should be the fewest possible words that accurately describe the content of the paper. Omit all waste words such as "A study of ...", "Investigations of ...", "Implementation of ...”, "Observations on ...", "Effect of.....", “Analysis of …”, “Design of…” etc. Indexing and abstracting services depend on the accuracy of the title, extracting from it keywords useful in cross-referencing and computer searching. An improperly titled paper may never reach the audience for which it was intended, so be specific.

The Introduction should provide a clear background, a clear statement of the problem, the relevant literature on the subject, the proposed approach or solution, and the new value of research which it is innovation. It should be understandable to colleagues from a broad range of scientific disciplines.

Organization and citation of the bibliography are made in Vancouver style in sign [1], [2] and so on. The terms in foreign languages are written italic (italic). Authors are suggested to present their articles in the section structure: Introduction - The Proposed Method/Algorithm (optional) - Research Method - Results and Discussion – Conclusion [3].

Literature review that has been done author used in the chapter "Introduction" to explain the difference of the manuscript with other papers, that it is innovative, it are used in the chapter "Research Method" to describe the step of research and used in the chapter "Results and Discussion" to support the analysis of the results [2]. If the manuscript was written really have high originality, which proposed a new method or algorithm, the additional chapter after the "Introduction" chapter and before the "Research Method" chapter can be added to explain briefly the proposed method or algorithm [4].

 

 2. RESEARCH METHOD

Explaining research chronological, including research design, research procedure (in the form of algorithms, Pseudocode or other), how to test and data acquisition [1], [3]. The description of the course of research should be supported references, so the explanation can be accepted scientifically [2], [4]. 

 

3. RESULTS AND ANALYSIS

In this section, it is explained the results of research and at the same time is given the comprehensive discussion. Results can be presented in figures, graphs, tables and others that make the reader understand easily [2], [5]. The discussion can be made in several sub-chapters.

 

3.1. Sub Bab 1

xx

 

3.2. Sub Bab 2

 yy

 

4. CONCLUSION

Provide a statement that what is expected, as stated in the "Introduction" chapter can ultimately result in "Results and Discussion" chapter, so there is compatibility. Moreover, it can also be added the prospect of the development of research results and application prospects of further studies into the next (based on result and discussion).

 

REFERENCES

The main references are international journals and proceeding. All references should be to the most pertinent and up-to-date sources. References are written in Vancouver style. Please use a consistent format for references – see examples below:

 

JOURNAL:

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B. Title of Manuscript. Name of Journal or its Abbreviation. year; Vol.(Issue): pages.
[2]   Casadei D, Serra G, Tani K. Implementation of a Direct Control Algorithm for Induction Motors Based on Discrete Space Vector Modulation. IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics. 2007; 15(4): 769-777. (in this case Vol.15, Issues 4, and page 769-777)
 

PROCEEDING:

If the proceedings consists of several volumes

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B. Title of Manuscript. Name of Conference of Seminar. City. Year; volume: pages.

[2]   Calero C, Piatiini M, Pascual C, Serrano MA. Towards Data Warehouse Quality Metrics. Proceedings of the 3rd Intl. Workshop on Design and Management of Data Warehouses (DMDW). Interlaken. 2009; 39: 2-11. (in this case, city: Interlaken, year: 2009, Vol.39, page: 2-11)

 

If the proceedings in single volume

[3]   Author1 A, Author2 B. Title of Manuscript. Name of Conference or Seminar. City. year: pages.

[4]   Yamin L, Wanming C. Implementation of Single Precision Floating Point Square Root on FPGAs. IEEE Symposium on FPGA for Custom Computing Machines. Napa. 2008: 226-232.

 

TEXBOOKS:

If the references are refer to specific page range in a book

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B. The Title of the Book. Edition. City: Publishert. year: pages.

[2]   Mohan N, Undeland TM, Robbins WP. Power Electronics. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 2005: 11-13.

[3]   Ward J, Peppard J. Strategic planning for Information Systems. Fourth Edition. West Susse: John Willey & Sons Ltd. 2007: 102-104.

 

If the references are refer to some separate pages in a book.

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B. Judul Buku. City: Publisher. Year.

[2]   Mohan N, Undeland TM, Robbins WP. Power Electronics. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 2005.

[3]   Ward J, Peppard J. Strategic planning for Information Systems. Fourth Edition. West Susse: John Willey & Sons Ltd. 2007.

 

Edited book:

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B. Editors. Title of the Book. City: Publisher. Year.

[2]   Zade F, Talenta A. Editors. Advanced Fuzzy Control System. Yogyakarta: UAD Press. 2010.

Chapter in a book:

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B. Title of the Book. In: Editor1 A, Editor2, B. Title of the Book. Edition. City: Publisher. Year: pages.

[2]   Arkanuddin M, Fadlil A, Sutikno T. A Neuro-Fuzzy Control for Robotic Application Based on Microcontroller. In: Krishnan R, Blaabjerg F. Editors. Advanced Control for Industrial Application. 2nd ed. London: Academic Press; 2006: 165-178.

 

Translated Books.

[1]    Originil Author. Year. Title of the Translated Book. Translater. City: Publisher of the translated book. Year of the translated book.

[2]    Pabla. 2004. Sistem Distribusi Tenaga Listik. Abdul Hadi. Jakarta: Erlangga. 2007.

 

THESIS/DISERTATION:

[1]   Author. Title of Thesis/Disertation. Thesis/Disertation. City & Name of University/Institute/College; Year.

[2]   Rusdi M. A Novel Fuzzy ARMA Model for Rain Prediction in Surabaya. PhD Thesis. Surabaya: Postgraduate ITS; 2009.

 

PATEN:

[1]   Author1 A, Author2 B.. Title (this should be in italics). Patent number (Patent). Year of publication.

[2]   Ahmad LP, Hooper A. The Lower Switching Losses Method of Space Vector Modulation. CN103045489 (Patent). 2007.

 

Standards:

[1]   Name of Standard Body/Institution. Standard number. Title (this should be in italics). Place of publication. Publisher. Year of publication.

[2]   IEEE Standards Association. 1076.3-2009. IEEE Standard VHDL Synthesis Packages. New York: IEEE Press; 2009.

 

REPORTS

[1]   Author/Editor (if it is an editor/editors always put (ed./eds.) after the name). Title (this should be in italics). Organisation. Report number: (this should be followed by the actual number in figures). Year of publication.

[2]   James S, Whales D. The Framework of Electronic Goverment. U.S. Dept. of Information Technology. Report number: 63. 2005.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

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