The manuscript should contain the following sections:
- Title of the Paper
- Literature survey
- Methodology/Main work
- Results and Discussion
Sections 5, 6, 7 are indicative. But can vary depending on the research work.
1. Title of the Paper
The title should be meaningful. For example, “Operation of a robot” is not a proper title. It will be meaningful, if “Design and Implementation of Robot”, “A Study on the Operation of the Robot”, ” An Analysis on the Operation of Robot”
This section should present an overview of your work. Anyone who reads this should understand what the paper is about.
Keywords are used to find your paper when someone is working or carrying out research in your area. It can be a research area or topic, or a methodology used in the paper For example if the paper is on the Controlling of robots using IoT, then IoT can be a keyword.
In this section, an overview of the topic, in general, can be presented.
5. Literature Survey
A literature survey is the study of research papers published in the area of the author’s research. This section is not mandatory, but it is advisable to include it if you have done any literature survey to carry out the research work.
This section may include the work you have carried with its details.
5. Results and Discussion
This section should include the results and explain the analysis or the observations made on the results.
This section should include your key observations on the work and what you have concluded from them.
This section includes a citation of resources, which are used in the process of doing your research. The authors should include the paper details of the literature survey, websites, textbooks, thesis, etc.