How to Write a Good Paper in Computer Science and HowWill It Be Measured by ISI Web of Knowledge

  title={How to Write a Good Paper in Computer Science and HowWill It Be Measured by ISI Web of Knowledge},
  author={Răzvan Andonie and Ioan Dzitac and Ioan Dzitac},
  journal={Int. J. Comput. Commun. Control},
The academic world has come to place enormous weight on bibliometric measures to assess the value of scientific publications. Our paper has two major goals. First, we discuss the limits of numerical assessment tools as applied to computer science publications. Second, we give guidelines on how to write a good paper, where to submit the manuscript, and how to deal with the reviewing process. We report our experience as editors of International Journal of Computers Communications & Control (IJCCC… 

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