Articles written for J-Coscis are scientific works produced from Community Service or laboratories as well as literature studies in the fields of computer science and information and communication technology. The Tahoma typed manuscript measures 11 points, single spaced, the size of A4 paper, with 3 cm top, bottom, left and right borders. The number of pages is between 5-10 pages.
The identity of the author must be included under the title including full name without academic degree, name of institution, address of institution, and including internationally accessible media (telephone / fax / e-mail). In the case of a script written by a team, the Zona Digital editor only deals with the main author or the author whose name is listed first.
The identity of the author must be included under the title along with the full name. The article is written in Indonesian or English. The title is no more than 15 words. Abstracts must be between 100 and 150 words and written in two languages, Indonesian and English. Keywords must be present, consist of 3-5 words / phrases and are listed under the abstract. Referenced figures and tables must include references. Illustrations are available at least in black and white format using shading (grayscale) and with good image quality. Stamp without academic degree, name of institution, address of institution, and list of media that can be accessed internationally (telephone / fax / e-mail). In the case of a script written by a team, the Zona Digital editor only deals with the main author or the author whose name is listed first.
Type of writing can be in the form of community service reports / results, not community service reports such as case study reports or comprehensive literature studies. Writing the results of community service can be in the form of results a) Social Service, b) Training, c) Seminars, d) Commercialization of research.
The systematics of the articles on the results of Community Service are the titles; author's identity; abstract; keywords; preliminary; method ; results and Discussion; conclusion (suggestion if necessary); Acknowledgments; Bibliography.
The systematic review of the article is the title; author's identity; abstract; keywords; preliminary; main discussion (can be divided into sub-sections); closure or conclusion; Bibliography.
Words from foreign languages must be written in italics
The author uses reference applications, such as Mendeley, Zotero or Endnotes when citing references and creating bibliographies on articles.
Rules and procedures for setting and citing bibliography used are the IEEE rules using ,  and so on. Bibliography is expected to prioritize the use of articles from scientific journals that were published no more than 5 years earlier and use a minimum of 15 bibliographies. The use of material from the web page is discouraged.
Bibliography is written in accordance with the IEEE form of writing in the order of the articles / literature from the very first (quoted) appearance in this article to the very end. The following is an example of writing a bibliography:
- Author1 A, Author2 B. Article Title. Journal Name. Year; vol (no): page.
- Author1 A, Author2 B. Article Title. Conference Name. City. Year; vol: page.
- Author1 A, Author2 B. Title of Book. Edition. City: Publisher. Year: page.
- Author. Thesis / Dissertation Title. Thesis / Dissertation. City & Campus Name; Year.
- Penuils1 A, Author2 B. Title. Patent Number. Publication Year.
- Institution. Standard number. Title. Place of Publication. Publisher. Publication Year
- Author / Editor (If the editor adds (ed. / Eds.) After the name). Title. Organization.
Report Number: no. Year. The author of the article provides the opportunity to make improvements (revisions) of the text based on recommendations / suggestions from the editor. The certainty of loading or rejecting the manuscript will tell.
Everything related to licensing or use of computer software for compilation or other matters related to intellectual property rights carried out by the author of the article, as well as the legal consequences that may arise because of it, is the full responsibility of the article author. article.
Every manuscript entered into J-Coscis: Journal of Computer Science Community Service, a similarity check will be carried out using the Turnitin application, for a similarity index that exceeds 30% of editors will not process the manuscript to the next stage.
It is not recommended to use sources from the website / internet