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  • 1. Writing a Review Paper Workshop 1 A humble sharing by: Khirulnizam Abd Rahman bit.ly/skeletonreview

2. Objective Main: all participants must produce a simple academic article or proceeding, or a review paper. 5 pages only including the references (Times New Roman, 12 points, 1 spacing). 2 3. Simple Skeleton of A Review Paper Title Affiliation Abstract Introduction Previous Works Conclusion References 3 4. Read lot of Samples 4 5. Abstract (pg 1) 5 6. Introduction (pg 2) 6 7. Terminologies / Definitions (pg 3) 7 8. Previous Works (pg 5) 8 9. Summary of Previous Works (pg 6) 9 10. Conclusion (pg 9) 10 11. References (pg 10) APA citation styles - https://www.library.cornell.edu/research/citation/apa 11 12. Experience is the Best Teacher Let remind ourselves, the main objective of this workshop is to produce a simple academic article or proceeding, or a review paper. 5 pages only including the references (Times New Roman, 12 points, 1 spacing). Dont make it right, make it written (Dr OT) So just write... All the best lah! 12 13. Questions bear in mind that you are not in a Developing Question Skills Workshop, its OK if you have no question :) 13 14. Example (Exercise) Title A Review of IDIOM AUTOMATED DETECTION Affiliation Abstract (no citation needed normally the last thing to do) What is Idiom (in brief). Why automated detection for Idiom is important (in brief). Objective of the paper (in brief). Name approaches of Idiom automated detection to be discussed. Which approach best suited the research (in brief). Introduction Elaborate the objective of the paper. Explain Idiom. Explain Automated Detection of Idiom. Previous Works Discuss thoroughly these approaches; type based extractions, token-based classification and token- based detection. Other approaches to consider; Look up table / hash table, N-Gram, bag of words, finite-state machine. Summary of important approaches in a table (do this later). Conclusion Synopsis of the paper. Decide which is the best for the current research - elaborate. References 14