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1 Dr. Xiao Qin Auburn University http://www.eng.auburn.edu/~xqin xqin@auburn.edu Spring, 2011 COMP 7370 Advanced Computer and Network Security Homework 2 Feedback
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3 Goals of Homework 2 Homework 2 vs. Paper reviewing Homework 2 vs. Choosing a research problem
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4 How to review a paper? Be polite and helpful for improving the paper One or two sentences summarizing the paper The strengths and weaknesses of the paper Your comments give the reasons for your recommendation If you feel the author(s) should be aware of related work, try to provide specific references Try to give the kind of review you would like to receive for your own work Keep the original paper you reviewed for a few months Do not distribute unpublished papers Source: http://www.cs.pitt.edu/~mosse/review-process.html
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5 How to choose a good research problem? This is the hardest, and most important, part of
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Unformatted text preview: research! The Goldilocks problem: Not too hard, not too soft, not too hot, not too cold, not too big, not too small Think, read, act, evaluate And talk to everyone not only your advisor Passion or duty? 6 Which reports do you like? This one 7 Or this one? Why? 8 How to write a good report? Highlighted keywords Meaningful headings and sub-headings Bulleted lists One idea per paragraph users will skip over any additional ideas if they are not caught by the first few words in the paragraph The inverted pyramid style, starting with the conclusion half the word count (or less) than conventional writing Source: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/9710a.html 9 How to identify open problems? Unsolved problems/issues Is the above one a good open problem?...
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