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COMPUTER FORENSIC RESEARCHER

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Feqa
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COMPUTER FORENSIC RESEARCHER

Post Posted: Jun 11, 17 23:39

wrong group.  

Last edited by Feqa on Jun 12, 17 09:02; edited 2 times in total
 
  

jaclaz
Senior Member
 

Re: COMPUTER FORENSIC RESEARCHER

Post Posted: Jun 12, 17 00:28

- Feqa

I was plan to do a research paper about computer forensic but I'm afraid that people will not confident with my research paper.
So i need your help to know what the criteria to be computer forensic researcher that make people confident with it?


First thing English and its grammar. Shocked

I understand you are from Malaysia and thus English is not your native language Smile , but the "service English" which is usually good enough to understand each other on the internet is not the same you need to write a computer forensics paper, that I have to presume - since you asked here - is intended to be in English and aimed to "international audience".

Right now I don't even understand what you are meaning by "confident" or "not confident". Question

And BTW you started the thread in:
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Sell your old stuff here or post requests for things you want. STRICTLY PRIVATE ADS ONLY.

which doesn't sound like an appropriate place for it.

jaclaz
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RolfGutmann
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Re: COMPUTER FORENSIC RESEARCHER

Post Posted: Jun 12, 17 11:47

By providing transparency into who you are and what you work on builds trust (guess you ment this by confident). There is no bypass for fast-building trust. The more transparent you are the more trust you get from members here.  
 
  

athulin
Senior Member
 

Re: COMPUTER FORENSIC RESEARCHER

Post Posted: Jun 12, 17 12:47

- jaclaz
- Feqa

I was plan to do a research paper about computer forensic but I'm afraid that people will not confident with my research paper.
So i need your help to know what the criteria to be computer forensic researcher that make people confident with it?


Apart from the misposting (and as the request doesn't seem to have been reposted), ...

Confidence is established mainly by scientific methods and procedure, as well as following common report formats. If the reader sees that you follow established reporting patterns, state the area of research well, report previous research if any, report the relevant tests and other research in sufficient detail, and draw conclusions that do not overstep the limits of your research, and that there are no major questions as to scope, methods, etc. remaining, and in general follow the usuall patterns of scientific publishing, confidence about the result should not be a major worry.

Much of that can be managed by reviewing. Some of that is done during writing: ask friends to read and comment. A more formal review is carried out if you publish in a peer-reviewed journal, when the editor requests experts to review your paper and comment on if it is suitable for publication or not. If you publish elsewhere, check up manuscript requirements from the publisher -- they often have recommendations or requirements, including details such as citation standards.

I recommend you review the structure and contents of already published papers in the area you are focussing on. If you are at a university, ask your lecturer or tutor for recommendations.

Secondary confidence depends on your past history as a researcher, but everyone have to start somewhere. At a university, new researchers usually publish jointly with the professor, partly for reason of that professor's tenure, but also to signal that an already established researcher has taken active part (well, ... usually) in the production of the paper, and that the quality thus is at a level where the other author feels comfortable with it.

If this is a generally new field to you, there are many introductory texts that you may need to examine.

Start with the Wikipedia article on IMRAD, which is a fairly common method to structure a paper.

Examine already published research papers: what do they say, when and how? And how is the actual research described, and with what kind of detail?

Also look for general recommendations, such as '11 steps to structuring a science paper editors will take seriously' from Elsevier (free download). Or the full-length book 'Introduction to Scientific Publishing' from Springer Verlag, which you may be able to get on loan through your library, if you don't feel able to buy it.

Oh ... if you have further questions, the best place to ask them is in the 'General Discussion' forum. Posting off-topic elsewhere may produce negative responses.

Good luck!  
 
  

Feqa
Newbie
 

Re: COMPUTER FORENSIC RESEARCHER

Post Posted: Jun 14, 17 22:32

Thank you for the good responses i got from u all Smile  
 

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