Data Mining Research Paper

The IJDMTA is publishes research and technical papers, both short and long.First, suspicion data are prepared by using DM techniques.If you have any additional comments, please leave them in the comment section below. —- Philippe Fournier-Viger is a professor of Computer Science and also the founder of the open-source data mining software SPMF, offering more than 145 data mining algorithms.Today, I will discuss the task of reviewing papers in academia.Writing a good introduction is thus very important. Generally, the introduction of research papers always have more or less the same structure: Conclusion That is all for this topic!

Today, I will discuss how to write the introduction of a scientific research paper, some common errors, and give some tips. The introduction plays a very important role in a paper.

At first, I was accepting all of them when I was a Ph. So I usually only review the papers that are related to my field and for the top journals and conferences.

If I receive some offer to review papers that are unrelated to what I am doing or from journal or conferences that I never heard of, I will decline the invitation. For example, if a friend ask me to review for his journal, I will usually say yes even if the paper is not too much related to what I am doing.

A good introduction will have a clear logical structure, and will convince the reader that the problem addressed in the paper is worthy of being investigated (it is a novel problem that cannot be solved using existing approaches, it is not easy to solve, and solving this problem is useful).

Moreover, the introduction will give an overview of the paper.

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