Manuscript Formatting Guidelines

Author Guidelines
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Title
Title Written MAXIMUM 15 TITLE WORD, Font GULLIVER, 12 Point, Space 1.15) - Download Font (Download & Install Font Gulliver first)

Author1, Author2 [Gulliver 10]
1Department, fakulty, institution [Gulliver 9]
2Department, fakulty, institution, [Gulliver 9]
1email, 2email, [Gulliver 9]

The title should be clear and concise. Only the initial letter of the title should be capitalized and not bold. The names of the authors and affiliates are as written above. The author's name is written clearly without a title. Heading numbering in Arabic system with maximum sub-headings up to 3 levels.

Abstract [Gulliver Font 11]

In English (Gulliver, Font 9, Space 1) Abstract is a summary of the research that has been made. Abstract maximum length of 250 words. In the form of 1 paragraph containing the background, objectives, methods, and research results. The font uses Gulliver with a size of 9 spacing 1. Keywords correspond to the main variable and amount to 3-6 words. Especially for abstracts in English, it must be italicized. In order for the abstract to fulfill its function, the writer needs to pay attention to the provisions in writing abstracts including the choice of words in Indonesian in accordance with standards, the preparation of standard sentences so that they become a comprehensive paragraph

Keywords

Keywords and key variables corresponding to numbered 3-6 words, separated by commas between words.

example: Keywords: Information Systems, Computing Technology, Data Mining, [maximum 5 keywords]

Manuskript Structure

The article should contain writing containing 1. Introduction, 2. Research Methods (can include analysis, architecture, methods used to solve problems, implementation), 3. Results and discussion, 4. Conclusions, 5. Acknowledgments (if any) and References. The subtitles are in bold type Times New Roman 10.

The contents of the introduction are the answers to the questions: a. Background, b. Brief literature review, c. The reason for this research, d. Objective question.

Introduction

The introduction contains the background to the problem, literature review, namely by reviewing the scientific manuscripts that give rise to ideas and the basis for the research, which are described in a descriptive, explicit and clear manner about the direction, purpose and purpose of the article so that the substance of the article does not cause confusion in understanding, understanding and interpretation of meaning. . (Gulliver, 10 Point, Space 1). The author must ensure that his writing does not contain elements of plagiarism. Articles that have been published as proceedings are not accepted for publication in the JTIP

Method

JTIP strongly recommends using reference tools such as Mendeley or EndNote. Mendeley is preferred because it does not require additional fees for application licenses. The method part is to describe how the research results can be obtained. Each reported measurement result must be known about the method used to obtain these results. The procedure and steps for how the results can be obtained in the method section. The description of the method must be accompanied by citations that refer to the Bibliography. The method consists of a system design and or research procedure.

Page Formatting

Manuscripts are written on A4 paper size with a minimum number of pages of 6 pages, a maximum of 15 pages, including tables and pictures, and with reference to the writing procedure as arranged in this paper.

Table
Tables should be numbered in order of presentation (Table 1, etc.). The title of the table is written above the table in a center justified position. The font used is 8pt in size for both table titles and table contents. Tables must be referenced and referenced in text.

Figure
Writing the image is centered and numbered and the title of the image (Gulliver, 8 Points). Images are language / mentioned in the text. The pseudocode or program portion (if any) is considered an image, but is written in Courier New Font (maximum size of 10 points).

Table

Tables should be left aligned and numbered and titled (Gulliver, 7-8 Points). Fill in the table using Gulliver letters, size 6-8 points, single spaced. The table doesn't use vertical lines to create the table if the column headings line up horizontally. Horizontal lines are only used to start a table, delineate column headings with table content, and end the table. The table is spoken / mentioned in the text.

Mathematical Equation (Gulliver, 10 Points)

Mathematical equations are written right-aligned and numbered in regular brackets. Equations are written using Microsoft Equation (size 10 points for variables, while for rank and index use font size 6-8 points). Numbering is done sequentially.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION (Gulliver, 11 Point)

Describe the results in a clear and logical order. Narration contains information that is extracted from the data, not duplicated with text.

CONCLUSION (Gulliver, 11 Point)

The conclusion serves to remind the reader of the important arguments raised in the discussion, focusing on the objective or research question. Pull all the details into a general statement of all arguments.

SUGGESTION (Gulliver, 11 Point)

Advice is written optional (if any). In accordance with the conclusions and described descriptively the conclusions and described descriptively descriptively.

Page Spesification

Use the Gulliver typeface throughout the manuscript, with the font sizes as exemplified in this writing guide. Spacing is single and the contents of the writing or script use left-right (justified) alignment.

The page size is A4 (210 mm x 297 mm). Page margins are 25 mm top-bottom, left and right.

An easy way to write a script is to write directly in the Journal template.

References
Reference or quotation must comply with the standard, namely by writing the bibliography number in square brackets such as [1] [2] etc .. and according to the list of references / references.