Author Guidelines

Papers must be written in English and submitted as MS Word format.

Articles to be submitted to the IJECSA journal should follow writing guidelines:

1. Title
The title should be accurate, unambiguous, specific, and complete. It should not contain infrequently-used abbreviations dan not contain case studies and 14 words at maximum

2. Abstract
a) 250 words at maximum

b) Focus on the core problem, The aim of the research needs to be made explicit, starting with the words "the aim of this research is..." , The research method needs to be made explicitly starting with the words "this research method is..." , Research results need to be made explicit starting with the words "The results of this research are..." ,  Add conclusions or implications from the results of this study.

3. Keyword
a) Consists of 3-6 keywords that are easy to search in a Google search engine
b) Listed alphabetically
c) The keywords should represent the content and highlight of your article. Keywords are critical to correct indexing and searching and uncommon abbreviations.

4. Introduction
Every article, in the introduction, should include:
a) Focus on the core of the problem being solved and refer to problems that have not been resolved by several previous studies, so that the gaps in the problem can be seen
b) Explain the approach or model used by several previous studies which has become the state of the art.
c) focused on explaining the differences or uniqueness of this research with several studies in the state-of-the-art section, so that the novelty is clearly visible.
d) Add the research objectives explicitly and the contribution of this research to the development of science or its benefits.

5. Research Method
a) The research methods must contain the research flow , used method/algorithm/model, datasets (including the amount and methods to obtain them), tool/platform/software, and test design.

6. Results and Analysis
In the result and analysis, it is advisable to include:
a) It would be best to create a new paragraph stating the findings of this research explicitly, starting with the words "The findings of this research are..."
b) The discussion should provide an interpretation for each of the findings scientifically;
c) There needs to be justification from previous research that strengthens or contradicts the results of this research which begins with the words "The results of this research are in line with or supported by..."
d) It is necessary to compare the results of this research with the results of previous research, which can be in table form or narrated in sentence form.

7. Conclusion

a) Created in 1 paragraph and focused on answering the research purpose
b) . Conclusions must answer the research objectives concisely and focus more on emphasizing the novelty of the proposed method and not repeating abstracts or experimental results.
c) Can add suggestions for further research

8. Reference
a) Minimum 15 references
b) At least 80% sourced from reputable journal articles (clear sources and with DOIs),
within the last 5 years.
c) Recommended to use tools such as Mendeley , Zotero in creating bibliography in IEEE style

9. Example of Bibliography List

An example of a bibliography for books is number 1. Examples of journal bibliography are number 2. Examples of conference bibliographies are number 3.  An example of a bibliography for theses/dissertations is in number 4.  An example of a bibliography from the web is number 5.

[1]     N. Szabo and R. Tanaka, Residue Arithmetic and Its Applications to Computer Technology, New York: McGraw Hill, 1967.

[2]     J. Bajard, L. Didier and P. Kornerup, "An RNS Montgomery Modular Multiplication Algorithm," IEEE Trans. Computers, vol. 47, no. 7, pp. 766-776, July 1998.

[3]     J. Wolf and K. Pattipati, "A File Assignment Problem Model for Extended Local Area Network Environments," Proc. of the 10th Int'l. conf. Distributed Computing Systems, pp. 221-230, 1990.

[4]     J. O. Williams, Narrow-band Analyzer, Ph.D. Dissertation, Dept. Elect. Eng., Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA, 1993.

[5]     M. Kesler, "Highly Resonant Wireless Power Transfer in Subsea Applications," Colin McCarthy WiTricity Corporation, [Online], Available.