為什麼你應該寫信給期刊編輯來批判已刊登的文章 (研究生英文編修出版投稿日報) 9/30/2015

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研究生英文編修出版投稿日報:
* 為什麼你應該寫信給期刊編輯來批判已刊登的文章
* 學術英文投稿教學影片(611) How to Summarize & Critically Respond to an Article
* 再次檢查錯誤的比較詞及粗心的疏漏 (明白寫作) 英文編修訓練 (6 / 12)
* Viết tiếng Anh học thuật Bảng tin hàng ngàym
* 非正式工程英文技術報告 (104) (上)
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為什麼你應該寫信給期刊編輯來批判已刊登的文章

* 寫信給期刊編輯可以發展至關重要的寫作和溝通能力,這比只在小組討論及批判文章的效果更好。

* 寫600-800字,只包含兩到三個要點是一個學習如何寫簡潔文字的好方法,以及如何提高你的編輯技能。你可以盡可能簡短而批判您已經閱讀文章。

* 寫信給期刊編輯現在比以前更有效率。以前,你的批判文章可能要等一年或一年以上才會在期刊出現,現今72小時後,編輯已可收到你的來信。

* 寫信給期刊編輯的目的不是要得到期刊文章作者承認錯誤。寫信給期刊編輯的目的是在讓整個研究社會(區)有自行批判能力。

* 寫信給期刊編輯可能會導致其他研究人員聯繫你,並可能在未來與他們合作。因此,它可能是一個建立網路連結的好辦法。

* 寫信給期刊編輯同時是給作者發送重要信息,讓他們不要輕易發表不準確的研究結果。

Source: Why You Should Write Letters to Journal Editors(jamescoynequickthoughts)

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再次檢查錯誤的比較詞及粗心的疏漏 (明白寫作) 英文編修訓練 (6 / 12)

不合邏輯及不完整的比較詞造成更多的含糊不清,同時注意不小心漏掉的字。

請把練習題列印出來再以紅筆用標準編修註記修改:

9. Kaiser et al. (5) more thoroughly described the fusion reaction.

10. I respect the teacher more than him.

11. The CF method is as reliable, if not more reliable than, THI method.

12. C&C analysis is only appropriate for parts that easily recognized.

Answer

科技英文編修訓練手冊 柯泰德

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非正式工程英文技術報告 (104) (上)

強有力的工程英文技術報告包括以下要素
:

* 簡要的描述工程方案所關心的事項 。經由一個句子描述工程機構對影響目標工程或客戶有關事項的關心程度。

* 闡明特定部門或客戶所關心的工程環境:管理問題形成的工程環境背景描述。

* 介紹工程問題:工程問題的本質和對與其相關的特定部門或客戶的負面影響。

* 介紹工程方案的目標:工程機構對以上問題最合理的回應

* 工程方案方法論的細節描述:精確的方案步驟描述。

* 工程方案主要成果總結:工程方案對特定部門或客戶立即的利益。

* 工程方案對特定部門或領域的全面貢獻:研究結果和所提方法對工程機構以外更廣大讀者的牽涉。

強有力的工程英文技術報告包括以下要素:

簡要的描述工程方案所關心的事項 Our recent effort addressed how to abate the increasing incidence of a relatively long recovery time of conventionally adopted PLL CDR to PON systems. 闡明特定部門或客戶所關心的工程環境 In high-speed optical communications, the clock and data recovery (CDR) circuit is largely responsible for recovery of the clock used to sample the data bits. The signal stream in point-to-point communication systems such as SONET is continuous; otherwise, during the idle time, some synchronization bits are transmitted to maintain the bit-level synchronization between the transmitter and the receiver. In these systems, CDR based on Phase Lock Loop (PLL) design is widely recognized as the optimal solution. PLL-based CDR has been increasingly studied to remain apace of higher data rate system requirements. Time division multiplexing (TDM) passive optical network (PON) is a promising means of resolving bottlenecks in broadband access. Among the standards specified and the most widely accepted ones include Ethernet PON and Gigabit PON standardized by IEEE and ITUT-T, respectively. In these TDM PON systems, the upstream traffic aggregating to the optical line terminal consists of bursts from various optical network units. 介紹管理問題Therefore, recovering a clock in a relatively short time to increase efficiency is problematic given that the burst length in conventional PON systems is no longer than thousands of bits. Applying the conventionally adopted PLL CDR to PON systems is problematic given its relatively long recovery time. For instance, a commercially available PLL-CDR chip used in a legacy continuous optical link generally takes two thousand bits to lock its voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) to the incoming data in both phase and frequency. This long locking time appears to be intolerable for systems like PON.

有效撰寫英文工作提案 柯泰德

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