Petunjuk Penulis

Instructions For Authors:
  1. Topics to be published by the CSRID journal relate to information technology, communication and computer science in the form of a collection / accumulation of new knowledge, empirical observations or research results, and the development of new ideas or proposals
  2. The manuscript is written in standard Indonesian or English, has never been published and is free from plagiarism. The manuscript is accompanied by a written statement sent by email to lppm@p
  3. Manuscripts typed on a computer using Microsoft Word, on paper size 21 cm x 29.7 cm (A4), top left and right margins 3 cm, spaces 1, Times New Roman font size for the title of the article is 18 points, and the font on fill in the 11 point paper. The manuscript is written in 1 column layout.
  4. The number of pages ranges from 10 to 14 pages, and the number of images cannot exceed 30% of all writing
  5. The title of the paper is a maximum of 12 words in Indonesian or 10 words in English. The title must reflect accurately the problem discussed in the paper, using words that are concise, straightforward, precise, clear and contain the elements to be discussed.
  6. The author's name is written under the title before the abstract without any academic title or any other title, the origin of the institution where the author is sheltered and the e-mail address for the correspondence is 11 point bold.
  7. Systematics of writing a script, consisting of:
Abstract and keywords

Abstracts are written in Indonesian and / or English with a length of 150-200 words each and italicized with Times New Roman 11 points typed with a distance of 1 space. Abstracts are arranged in concise, clear, coherent, and systematic sentences and can describe what and why research is done, how it is done, and what important results are achieved from research.


The introduction was written with Times New Roman 11 point. The introduction outlines the background of the problem, the purpose of the study, the limitations of the study, the methods used in the study, the results of the previous research, and the contributions made from this paper.

In addition, the introduction also contains a literature review that contains a systematic description of information on research results that have been done by previous researchers relevant to the research to be conducted. This section contains strengths and weaknesses that might exist in previous research that can be used as an argument that the research that will be done is to perfect or develop previous research.

This section also contains a theoretical basis in the form of summaries of theories taken from libraries that support research, and includes an explanation of the basic concepts and principles needed for problem solving. The theoretical basis can be in the form of qualitative descriptions, mathematical models, or tools that are directly related to the problem under study. Reference sources referred to in this section must be included in the referred sentence / statement and in the Bibliography, for example [1].

The title of the table is written in Times New Roman 11 point, placed above the table, without ending period. Tables should not be beheaded, unless they are not possible to type on one page. On the table's continued page, the table number is listed and the word Advanced is written without a title. Charts, graphs, maps, photos, all of them are called pictures. The title of the image in Times New Roman 11 point, just below the picture, without ending with a dot. The caption is written in the blank space on the same page. The scale and units on the graph must be made as clear as possible. Each table and figure must be referred to in the paper.

Methodology Research

This section contains a complete and detailed explanation of the steps taken in conducting this research. In addition, the research steps also need to be shown in the form of a complete and detailed flowchart of research steps or frameworks including algorithm, rule, modeling, design and others related to aspects of system design.

Results and Discussion

The Results and Discussion Section is a section that contains all scientific findings obtained as research data. This section is expected to provide scientific explanations that can logically explain the reasons for obtaining these results which are described clearly, completely, in detail, integrated, systematically, and continuously.

The speaker composes systematically with rational arguments about scientific information obtained in research, especially information that is relevant to the research problem. Discussion of the research results obtained can be presented in the form of theoretical descriptions, both qualitatively and quantitatively. In practice, this section can be used to compare the results of research obtained in research that is being carried out against research results reported by previous researchers referred to in this study. Scientifically, research results obtained in research can be in the form of new findings or improvements, affirmations, or rejection of the interpretation of scientific phenomena from previous researchers

To clarify the presentation, the results of the study are carefully presented so that it is easy to understand, for example, it can be shown in the form of tables, curves, graphs, pictures, photographs, or other forms as needed completely and clearly. It should be endeavored that when reading research results in that format, the reader does not need to seek relevant information from the description in the discussion. The end of this section contains information about the strengths and weaknesses of the system, which are described in detail.


Conclusions are concise, clear, and precise statements about what is obtained, contain strengths and weaknesses, can be proven, and are directly related to the research objectives. The description in this section must be a statement that has been analyzed / discussed in the previous section, not a statement that is entirely new and has never been discussed in the previous section, and is an answer to the problem formulated. This section does not need further elaboration.


Suggestions contain a variety of proposals or opinions that should be linked by similar research. Suggestions are made based on weaknesses, experiences, difficulties, errors, new findings that have not been studied and various possible directions for further research.


Bibliography only contains references that are actually referenced in a paper written by Times New Roman 11 point, and are arranged as follows:

1) References according to the order in which references occur.

2) Writing for a library source is typed one space. The distance between the library sources remains two spaces.

3) Sources of reference from the Internet must come from official scientific articles.

4) Each library is written according to:

a) Book: author's name, year of publication, title, edition (if necessary), volume (if necessary), publisher's name, city of publisher

b) Scientific Magazine / Journal / Proceedings: author's name, year of publication, title, name of scientific magazine / journal / proceeding, edition (if necessary), publisher's name, city of publisher

c) Research Report: name of researcher, year, title, type of research, name of institution, city

d) Internet: author's name, date of access, article title, URL address in full. Publications on the web other than e-books, e-journals, and e-proceedings are not permitted as references for scientific research.

  1. Tables and figures must be given an identity in the form of serial number and the title of the table or figure that matches the contents of the table or figure, and must be accompanied by sources of citations.
  2. Equations must be numbered
  3. References are arranged in the order in which the references appear. The order starts with the author's name, year, title, publisher, and city of publication. Writing the name of the writer is the family name followed by the first name. For quotes from the internet containing the author's name, article title, website address, and date of access.
  4. The final part of the paper includes the author's biographical data including full name, place of birth date, correspondent address (home / office and e-mail), year of graduation and fields of study for S1, S2 or S3 specialization and scientific interest as well as other matters deemed necessary to be included.
  5. The editor has the right to reject manuscripts that do not meet the criteria / technical requirements, make changes to the composition of the manuscript, improve language and consult with the authors before the manuscript is published.


Petunjuk Untuk Penulis

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  1. Submissions have not been previously published, or are under consideration in other journals (or an explanation has not been provided in comments to the editor).
  2. The script file is in the Microsoft Word document file format and refers to the template provided. Templates can be downloaded here...
  3. When available, URLs for reference have been provided.
  4. Text 1 space; font 11; not underlined (except URL address); and all illustrations, figures, and tables placed in the text at the right points, not at the end.
  5. Text that complies with library and language style requirements is outlined in the Author's Guide, which will be found on the About Us page.
  6. If acceptance for the peer-reviewed portion of the journal, the instructions are in Ensuring Anonymous Reviewers have been followed.

Pemberitahuan Hak Cipta

All articles in this journal can be disseminated if they still include a valid source. Article title identity cannot be removed. The publisher is not responsible for the published manuscripts. The contents of the article are the responsibility of the author.


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