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teaching:labs:xp:2012b:seminar:paper_evaluation [2012/06/05 13:34]
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 +====== Paper Evaluation ======
 +We will evaluate your paper based on the following criteria:
  
 +  * Content
 +    * Main aspects of the topic covered
 +    * Golden Thread/​Logical structure and "​reading flow"
 +    * Newest publications cited?
 +    * Summaries of publications correct
 +    * Illustrating examples (Reuse of examples highly desirable)
 +    * Relevance of the content
 +    * [Originality]
 +
 +  * Bibliography
 +    * Entries correctly formated, e.g. publications state in which conference. ​
 +    * All entries are referenced
 +    * For all references there is an entry
 +    * Thumb Rule: Journals > Conferences > Workshops > Technical Reports ~ Books (> Online Presentations > Blogs ~ Newsgroups > Website)
 +    * Direct citation of Wikipedia should be avoided and the correct further references ​ should have been used instead
 +    * Online Representations and Blogs/​Websites/​Newsgroups should only be cited for an opinion of the respective author and need further critical discussion based on academic research
 +
 +
 +  * Citations
 +    * Papers referenced for statements that are in the focus of the paper (and not just randomly touched)
 +    * All quotes are identifiable as quotes (E.g. "​within quotation marks" or as separate paragraph) and reference is given.
 +    * Less then 10% of the text should be quotes.
 +    * **[[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Plagiarism#​Sanctions_for_student_plagiarism|Plagiarism]] is a serious offense!**
 +    * Books should be referenced with the page numbers
 +
 +  * Figures
 +    * Own creations strongly preferred
 +    * If not own creation, reference required
 +    * Figures should be referenced by the text
 +    * Explaining text (in smaller font) should allow to understand the figure on its own.
 +    * Keep your figures elegantly simple. ​
 +
 +  * Argumentation
 +    * Nothing stated without justification
 +    * Sound logic
 +    * Presented in clear flow
 +
 +  * Readability
 +    * Correct spelling
 +    * Correct grammar
 +    * Introductions and summaries (Say, what you are going to explain - Explain it - Say what you explained)
 +    * Non trivial terms are defined before (!) usage
 +    * Consistency of used formalization (Don't change names for functions, variables etc. randomly, just because you are relying on different papers.)
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