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1 PLAGIARISM Using someone’s words or ideas without giving proper credit.

2 How to avoid? Give acknowledgement Rearrange info not words

3 Examples of plagiarism Paragraph 1 The most interesting interface in a GSM system is UM, the radio interface, as it comprises many mechanisms for multiplexing and media access.

4 Paragraph 1 The most interesting interface in a GSM system is UM, the radio interface, as it comprises many mechanisms for multiplexing and media access. Paragraph 2 Bagian antar-muka yang paling menarik dari sistem GSM adalah UM, antar- muka radio, karena UM terdiri dari mekanisme untuk multipleksing dan akses media.

5 Paragraph 1 The most interesting interface in a GSM system is UM, the radio interface, as it comprises many mechanisms for multiplexing and media access. Paragraph 3 UM adalah bagian antar-muka GSM yang sangat penting karena di sini dilakukan mekanisme multipleksing dan akses media.

6 Difficult? Yes, because paragraph 1 is short and well- written, and a ‘common knowledge’ Common knowledge: usually repeated in a number of sources, and known by people in the field

7 CHOOSING A TITLE Don’t rush Doesn’t have to be provocative or clever Use descriptive title

8 OPENINGS

9 Some ways to do it Clarify subject. In a conventional trading.. Relate your topic to something current or well known. One of the drawbacks of.... Ask a question. What will PDAs look like in ten years’ (!) State some striking facts or statistics. In 1990s at most 5% of scientists in...

10 Some ways to do it (con’t) Place your topic in time. For roughly 10 years XYZ technology... Give a brief description or background event or resume. In 19xx Bill Gates... Use a brief quotation. Based on 2000 surveys on AAA, Ministry of Defence stated : “….”

11 Bad Openings Don’t repeat the title Don’t tell what you propose to do in the paper (!) Don’t ask a question (!) Don’t give a dictionary definition Don’t write a cute or informal opening

12 ENDINGS Stop writing when you finish what you have to say.

13 Some suggestions Link with something known or to what seems a future possibility State a conclusion you have reached Return to some initial generalization and show how you have proved, disproved, or enlarge upon it

14 Bad Endings Bring up a new idea (!) Stop abruptly or trail off Ask a question Tell explicitly what have been done (!) Change the style


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