The best paper from the Adics conference was obtained by a paper with ID 1570646189 with the title Speech Recognition Implementation using MFCC and DTW Algorithm for Home Automation. Congratulations to Abdulloh Salahul Haq; Muhammad Nasrun; Casi Setianingsih; Muhammad Ary Murti as the authors.
IMPORTANT!! Please note that:
- A high-quality paper MUST have:
- a clear statement of the problem the paper is addressing;
- the proposed solution(s); and
- results achieved.
- re-check your final paper, and make sure:
– all texts, Figures, and Tables are presented English (excluded terms, but you can give additional information in English)
– please re-check numbers in your paper, especially comma (,) and point (.) in English standard
– also re-check any typos and grammatical errors. You can upload/submit your updated paper to the committee by re-upload by EDAS.
- The paper title summarizes the main idea or ideas of your study (the title is “summary” and “essence” of your paper). The title should be “encompassing” as well as “descriptive”. A good title contains the fewest possible words needed to adequately describe the content and/or purpose of your research paper. Rarely use abbreviations or acronyms unless they are commonly known.
For ORIGINAL RESEARCH PAPER type (should be presented with the IMRaD model), there are four (4) types of novel technical results:
- An algorithm;
- A system constructs: such as hardware design, software system, protocol, etc.; The main goal of your revised paper is to ensure that the next person who designs a system like yours doesn’t make the same mistakes and takes advantage of some of your best solutions. So make sure that the hard problems (and their solutions) are discussed and the non-obvious mistakes (and how to avoid them) are discussed;
- A performance evaluation: obtained through analyses, simulation or measurements; or
- A theory: consisting of a collection of theorems.
Your revised paper should focus on:
- Describing the results of insufficient details to establish their validity;
- Identifying the novel aspects of the results, i.e., what new knowledge is reported and what makes it non-obvious; and
- Identifying the significance of the results: what improvements and impact do they suggest. The number of minimum references for the original research paper is 25 references (included a minimum of 20 recent journal articles within 5 years).
For the REVIEW PAPER type, the paper should present a critical and constructive analysis of existing published literature in a field, through summary, classification, analysis, and comparison. The function and goal of the review paper are:
- to organize literature;
- to evaluate literature;
- to identify patterns and trends in the literature;
- to synthesize literature; or
- to identify research gaps and recommend new research areas.
The structure of a review paper includes:
- Title – in this case does not indicate that it is a review article.
- Abstract – includes a description of subjects covered.
- Introduction includes a description of context (paragraph 1-3), motivation for review (paragraph 4, sentence 1) and defines the focus (paragraph 4, sentences 2-3)
- Body – structured by headings and subheadings
- Conclusion – states the implications of the findings and identifies possible new research fields References (“Literature Review”) – organized by number in the order they were cited in the text. The number of minimum references for review paper is 50 references (included a minimum 40 recent journal articles).