Accreditation (SINTA 3)
Draft articles submitted should be scientific articles never been published before in any form of media and should not be the result of plagiarism (see Publication Ethics and Plagiarism & Retraction Policy).
Draft articles should be:
The title should be specific and direct and comprehensively describing the article’s content. The title should not exceed 12 words (if using the Indonesian language) or 10 words (in case of written in English).
Author’s name and affiliation contain the given name(s) and family name(s) of each author, the authors’ affiliation, the full postal address of each affiliation (including the country name), the e-mail address of each author. Indicate all affiliations with lower-case superscripts letter after the author’s name and in front of the appropriate address.
The abstract should be an excerpt of the articles’ content, specifically delineating purpose, research method, and the result of analysis (research). It should be written in English as well as Indonesian and comprehensively representing the essence of the article. The abstract should be written using Arial 9pt and 7.5mm spacing. The number of words for abstract is 150-250 each for English and Indonesia language.
Keywords chosen should be written in Indonesian and English, compiled alphabetically, and amounting to 5 words/phrases.
The introduction describes the adequate background of the study, the state of the art (previous studies of the subject), the research gap, and the position of the work, the objectives of the work. Avoid a detailed literature review or a summary of the results.
The methodology provides the theoretical framework / the model development, the research procedure (such as the instrument development, the data collection) that depends on the research strategy (such as the experiment, the case study, the survey)
This section consists of the information on how the collected data is analyzed, the findings (present them in tables or figures), the explanation of the findings, followed by the comparison of the findings with the hypothesis and the previous studies. The practical and theoretical implications of the study are written in this section.
The conclusion section provides concise statements that are supported by the findings and linked to the objective of the study. This section also provides further research.
List all references that were cited in the article. Every citation in the text must match up to an entry in the reference list and vice-versa. Referencing and quoting should be listed alphabetically from the last (family) name of the authors. Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri uses the Harvard (APA) reference system as a reference style.
Citation in text
- Use the last name of author and year of publication: Sekaran (2010) or (Sekaran, 2010).
- Only two authors can be cited as Suryadi & Fransicus (2011) or (Suryadi & Fransiscus, 2011).
- When there are more than two co-authors of a cited paper, use the abbreviation “et al.”: Aritonang et al. (2007) or (Aritonang et al., 2007).
List of references
Aritonang, Y. K., Wibisono, Y. Y., & Wibisono, E. Y. (2007). Usaha Penurunan Persentase Cacat Ring Piston Tipe 4JA1 pada Proses Habanakashi Mesin Besly. Jurnal Teknik Industri, 9(1), 48-55.
Suryadi, D., & Fransiscus, H. (2011). Viral Systems for the Quadratic Assignment Problem. International Journal of Information Systems for Logistics and Management, 7, 31-37.
Sekaran, U. (2010). Research Methods for Business (5th ed.). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons.
- Online references
Garret, R., Design for Assembly, [Online], Diakses dari: http://engineer.gvsu.edu/vac/ [2001, 5 Mei].
This section presents the list of funding sources of the research. Please write detailed grants number and year.
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Authors should submit articles to the journal online by following instructions on the home page of the website Jurnal Rekayasa Sistem Industri at http://journal.unpar.ac.id/index.php/jrsi/index.
All manuscripts will be initially assessed by the editor for suitability for the journal. The suitable manuscript is sent to two independent expert reviewers to evaluate the scientific quality of the manuscripts. JRSI-UNPAR operates a double-blind review process.
Authors must revise their manuscript according to the editor’s and reviewer’s comments and submit the revised manuscript to the journal online. Note: please do not make a new submission for the revised manuscript.
Response to reviewers
When submitting revisions, submit a response to reviewers’ form that includes detailed point-by-point responses to the editor’s and reviewer’s comments. Please download Tabel Revisi. The authors must submit the Tabel Revisi together with the revised manuscript.
Accreditation (SINTA 3)