Author Guidelines

Editors accept manuscripts in the form of articles, research results or scientific works that have not been previously published on other media through the page

General Instructions for Writing

The article has never been published in other media and there is no element of plagiarism. A plagiarism-free statement can be included in a document signed by the author and uploaded to the supplementary file (step 4), or it can also be attached by attaching the results of a plagiarism check.

The writing format is 2 columns with equal width, 1 cm column distance using A4 paper size (21x29.7cm). Text margins from left and top are 3 cm, right and bottom are 2 cm. Manuscripts are written in Microsoft Word, single spaced, Times New Roman 10pt and a minimum of 6 pages. Setting paragraphs with 6pt spacing after spacing and not using First Line Indent.

The title of the article should describe the content and use the fewest possible words. Avoid using too long words such as "A Study of...", "Investigation of...", "Implementation...", "Observations on...", "Effect of...", "Analysis. ..", "Design...", etc. Article search depends on the accuracy of the title, besides that keywords also help in searching references.

The introduction should describe a clear background, a clear statement of the problem, literature relevant to the subject, the proposed approach or solution, and the new value of the research containing the innovation.

Management and citation of bibliography made in APA style (Sanjaya, Ramdhani, & Prasetio, 2016). Terms in foreign languages ​​are written in italics. The articles are presented in a section structure: Introduction – Research Methods/ Algorithms (optional) - Results and Discussion - Conclusions.

The literature review can be used by the author in the "Introduction" chapter to explain the difference between research and other articles, that writing is the latest innovation.

If the research is of high originality, which proposes a new method or algorithm, additional chapters after "Introduction" and before "Research Methods" may be added to briefly describe the proposed method or algorithm. The Introduction chapter can also contain supporting theories of the proposed method for solving a problem and/or the development of the method, which is based on clear references (books, journals, proceedings and other scientific articles).

Document Display Format

Abstract writing format is written in one paragraph using Indonesian and English and italicized for abstracts in English and uses left and right alignment. Meanwhile, the manuscript from Introduction to Reference is made in a two-column model. The titles in the Tables and Figures use the serial numbers of Table 1, Table 2, and so on. Or Figure 1, Figure 2, etc. The table form uses a horizontal line design for subheading and the end of data entry.

Research methodology

Describe the chronology of the research, including the research design, research procedures (in the form of algorithms, pseudocode or otherwise), how to test and data acquisition. The description of the research program must be supported by references, so that the explanation can be accepted scientifically.

Results and Discussion

In this section, the research results are explained and at the same time a comprehensive discussion is provided. The results can be presented in numbers, graphs, tables, etc. which make the reader understand easily. This section emphasizes the new value of research containing innovation, and its implications. The discussion can be made in several sub-chapters.


Provide a statement that what is expected, as stated in the "Introduction" may eventually lead to "Results and Discussion", so there is compatibility. In addition, the prospect of developing research results and the prospect of implementing further studies can also be added. Avoid statistical data and also provide recommendations for future research based on sources.


The main references are accredited international journals and national journals. All references must be the most relevant and up to date. References written in APA style using Mendeley software. Each quote must be written in ascending order (A-Z). No need to group by book, journal, etc. References from websites/internet urls can be obtained from trusted sources.