How to write a Research Paper
Research papers are published in journals which reviews the existing solutions or new solutions or totally a new findings. It is a process of interpreting own findings or arguments. Before preparing the manuscript perform some initial review about the originality of your idea. Self evaluate the answers to strengthen the work.
» About new interesting ideas
» About the challenging tasks
» About the solutions provided for the difficult problems
Choose an effective title, which should be informative and attractive. The title should always reflect the contents of the research paper. Avoid including abbreviations in the title.
Abstract should clearly detail the background, methods performed and the main results. Abstract should have specific information and not a detailed one. Avoid useless phrases in the abstract. Do not cite any reference papers in the abstract.
Choose the relevant keywords suitable for the paper. Choose relevant words so that the paper can be categorised effectively. Abbreviations can be included in the keywords.
Introduction of the paper should clearly explain the problem and the need for the work. Sufficient background information should be detailed about the existing work, solutions provided by the researchers, limitations of those works if any and the achievements expected in the proposed work. Relevant references have to be cited in the appropriate place instead of specifying 'few papers' or 'few researchers'.