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© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title1 Abbreviated Paper Name [lastname1 lastname2 lastname3 2001] Ima K.U. Student Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science EECS SCN Reading Presentation email@example.com http://www.ittc.ku.edu/~ikus
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title2 Include an abstract for reference, but you will not spend any time on this during your presentation; hide it or skip it. You can either cut-and-paste the abstract from the paper, in which case you must follow it by the citation for the paper [ABC 2001], or you may provide your own summary. If the name of the paper is too long for the major heading and footer, abbreviate it. For example, the paper titled “A Graph-Theoretic Approach to Modelling Network Topology” might have an abbreviated name of “Modelling Network Topology”. Neither the major nor minor title should ever wrap to two lines. Obviously, also edit the master view to replace the Abbreviated Paper Name, your name for Ima K.U. Student, and the date you will present. Only put a URL on the title page if you actually have public Web page. Abbreviated Paper Title Abstract
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title3 Abbreviated Paper Title Outline Background Algorithm Analysis Conclusions Include several bullet points to divide your talk. Depending on the structure of the paper, these may or may not match the major paper sections.
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title4 Abbreviated Paper Title Background Background Algorithm Analysis Conclusions
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title5 Background Subtitle Background information –do not ever wrap bullets onto two lines as in this bad example –instead, divide or add substructure For a half-hour presentation –assume about 20 minutes of speaking –about 10 foils with content not counting title, abstract, outline, acknowledgements, references –this leaves about 10 minutes for questions for transition between speakers
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title6 Abbreviated Paper Title Algorithm Background Algorithm Analysis Conclusions
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title7 Algorithm Subtitle You may copy-paste figures from the paper –but must explicitly cite Unless figure content is obvious, explain with bullets [CAR+ 2012]
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title8 Abbreviated Paper Title Analysis Background Algorithm Analysis Conclusions
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title9 Analysis Subtitle Content Subtitles –note that within each section the title is the section topic –subtitles distinguish each foil within the major section
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title10 Abbreviated Paper Title Conclusions Background Algorithm Analysis Conclusions
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title11 Abbreviated Paper Title Conclusions Conclusions –summarise the main points of the paper –include bullets relevant to this class If there is only one foil in the conclusions section –then the major title can remain the abbreviated paper title
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title12 Abbreviated Paper Title References [ABC 2001] A. Lastname1, B. Lastname2, and C. Lastname3, “A Really Interesting Paper”, Journal of Irreproducible Results, vol. 1 no. 1, Jan 2001, pp. 10-35 [CAR+ 2012] Egemen K. Çetinkaya, Mohammed J.F. Alenazi, Justin P. Rohrer, and James P.G. Sterbenz, “Topology Connectivity Analysis of Internet Infrastructure Using Graph Spectra”, IEEE/IFIP RNDM'12, Skt. Peterburg, Russia, October 2012, pp. 115–121 First reference should be the paper you are presenting; add any additional references as necessary
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title13 Abbreviated Paper Title Acknowledgements Acknowledge here if you got help from anyone
© Ima K.U. Student 01 January 2013Abbreviated Paper Title14 End of Foils Questions?
© Ima K.U. Student Abbreviated Paper Title [Author1-last-name 4-digit year] © 2000–Ima K.U. Student 1 January 2000 Ima K.U. Student Department of Electrical.
© Ima K.U. Student Emerging Internet Protocols A Comparison of A vs. B 1 January 2000 Ima K.U. Student Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer.
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