Loosely adapted from http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~dfk/writing.html
and Tom Cormen's writing rules
- In order to .... is mostly useless.
- It is Wi-Fi. Its a trademarked term.
- Check for "i.e.", "e.g." and "etc.".
- Footnote marker comes outside punctuation. "Word.1", not "Word1."
- "However, we could not find X." should be rewritten as "We could not, however, find X."
- Do not use the word very.
- Utilizes -> uses
- Use comprises, not comprised of
- That is restrictive, which is not
- Only modifies only the term that follows it.
- Delete the following:
- Secondly, Thirdly, Lastly
- We say that
- It is to be noted that
- As stated in our approach
- We want to
- We consider this -> This
Checklist for avoiding obvious rejection...
- Define terms
- Mention contributions
- Experimental conditions
- Figures should be visible in black and white print
- Related work - how is your work better than the rest