A quick tip about writing strategy.
In this post, I show you how to shorten the title "A novel method for kitten clustering based on fluffiness."
Today, I have another example that shows how you can make your writing more concise and understandable. Original: (40 words) In our robot mobility system, we provide a simulation comparison which is shown in Figure 12 that uses random heights for the robots for the purpose of comparing the height as one of the important factors in our… Continue reading Word Count Reduction: An Example
Concise language in computer science is a Good Thing. (See my earlier posts here and here for reasons why.) There are many ways to achieve this. One way is to avoid referring to things that you note that you have "mentioned." It is better just to refer to the things themselves. For instance: "We use a… Continue reading Concise Wording in Computer Science Research III
Even if you are an experienced writer, writing an academic paper has unique challenges. The ideas are often complex and highly abstract. In addition, competition for spaces in the top venues is tough, and peer reviewers are distracted and pressed for time. It is not enough to have completed a significant study; if the paper… Continue reading Concise Wording in Computer Science Research II