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Journal of Innovation and Research of Informatics (INNOVATICS)

General Instructions

The Innovation and Research of Informatics Journal (INNOVATICS) is published by the Informatics Department, Faculty of Engineering, Siliwangi University, Tasikmalaya. The INNOVATICS journal contains scientific articles resulting from research on topics relevant to the fields of Informatics and Information Technology. Articles proposed for publication in the INNOVATICS Journal must be articles that have never been published in other scientific journals. Articles can be written in Indonesian using good and correct written language rules.

Articles or manuscripts are typed on standard A4 size paper (21 cm x 29.7 cm) in two column and single space format. Use margins of 3-3-2-2 cm (left-top-right-bottom), the width of each column is 7.5 cm with a distance between columns of 1 cm, using Times New Roman 10 point font with single spacing. The beginning of each paragraph is written with an indentation (first line) of 0.5 cm. The number of pages in the manuscript is 8 to 12 pages. Submission of manuscripts to the INNOVATICS journal must follow the template provided and sent via the website with.

Special Instructions

Writing a manuscript begins with a title. The title must be written concisely and describe the contents of the manuscript. When writing titles, avoid writing subtitles or case studies. The title writing pattern usually consists of: Method/Technique/Algorithm, Objective, Research Object. Author's name (without academic degree); Author affiliation; Email address. Abstract (150 – 250 words) written in English; keywords (3-5 words). The content of the manuscript consists of: Introduction, Review of Related Research, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Bibliography.

Introduction, contains the background to the problem of the research being conducted or the scope of the research. The flow of writing the background to the problem can follow the following pattern: research object, methods that have been used to solve similar problems in previous research, strengths and weaknesses of existing methods, the method chosen to solve the problem and a summary of the research objectives. Research problems must be objective, logically proven and valid, supported by the latest literature by means of citations. Related Research Review, contains reviews of previous research related to the research to be conducted.

Methodology contains the stages or steps that will be carried out in solving research problems. Results and Discussion contain the results of implementation and testing of the experiments carried out as well as analysis of the results of the overall research implementation. Conclusion, contains a brief statement about the results of the analysis of the research conducted. Bibliography only contains sources that are referenced or cited and must use reference management tools such as: Mendeley, Zotero or others. Priority references come from published papers from national or international journals, a minimum of 10 papers with a paper age of no more than 10 years.


Reviews of related research do not contain theoretical definitions of terms or general terms related to research or definitions of flowchart symbols, DFD symbols, UML symbols or definitions of software used in research. Related research reviews contain descriptions of research that has been carried out by other researchers previously, which is related to the research being conducted. This description needs to be included to deepen knowledge about the field being researched, find out the results of related research that has already been carried out (related research), know the development of science in the chosen field (state-of-the-art) and clarify the research problem. Reviews of related research are written in paragraph form, accompanied by quotations (citations) of previous related research. This section closes with a summary of the objectives of the research to be carried out.


The methodology contains the technical stages that will be carried out at the research stage.

Formula Writing

All formulas or equations are written using the equation editor or Math Type ( Writing the equation starts at the left border, aligned with the sentence directly above it. The line spacing used between the equation and the sentences above and below it is 1.5 (one and a half) spaces.

Mathematical equations must be numbered sequentially in regular brackets and must be referred to in writing. Mathematical equations are numbered with Arabic numerals in opening and closing brackets in the right aligned position of the column. For equations that cannot be written in the width of 1 column, they can be written across 2 columns, written at the bottom of the page and given the appropriate sequence number. Symbols in equations must be defined and can be written before or after the equation.

All tables and figures must be clear/not blurry/obscure. Size letters on tables and figures must be able to be read by the normal eye easily. The position of tables or images should be located at the top or bottom of the page in each column. Tables and images are placed in the middle position of each column (center alignment).

Table Writing

The table number and title are written in the middle position of the column (center alignment). Tables are numbered with Arabic numerals according to their sequence. The table title is written at the top of the table (font effect: small caps), except for conjunctions and prepositions. The font size for table titles and table contents is 8 (eight). The outer edge of the table must not exceed the column margin limit. If the size of the table is not enough to be written in 1 (one) width, then the writing can cross 2 columns. The line spacing used between the table and the sentences above and below it is 1 (one) empty line. Tables must use a layout according to Table 1 without using straight/vertical lines. Each table must be referred to in writing accompanied by the table number and starting with a capital letter, for example Table 1.

Image Use

The image number and title are written in the center position of the column (center alignment). Image numbers are written in sequence using Arabic numerals. The image title is written at the bottom of the image (font effect: small caps), except for conjunctions and prepositions. The image title uses font size 8 (eight). Images must not exceed the margin limits of each column, unless the size of a large image is not enough in 1 column, then it can cross 2 columns.

The line spacing used between the image and the sentences above and below it is 1 (one) empty line. Make sure the image is not color/black and white (unless the use of color in the image is absolutely necessary/cannot be avoided) and if it is printed in black and white it can be differentiated. If the images are graphs, the differences between each other must be clear by using different types of lines and markers. Each image must be referred to in writing accompanied by the image number and starting with a capital letter, for example Image 1.


This section contains the implementation of the stages planned in the Methodology section, including testing and analysis of test results or analysis of research results in general. This section can include tables or figures.


The conclusion is a short statement that describes the answer to the research objectives or scientific findings obtained. The conclusion does not contain a repetition of the results and discussion. If necessary, at the end of the conclusion you can also write down things that can be done related to further ideas from the research. Conclusions are written in paragraph form. Numbering is not permitted in this chapter. Subchapters (for example: 5.1 Conclusion, 5.2 Suggestions) are also not permitted in this chapter.


As far as possible, library/reference sources are publications from the last 10 years. Preferred literature is published research papers in national or international journals, conferences and/or scientific magazines. Other literature can be in the form of textbooks or research reports (including theses/final projects, theses and dissertations), but efforts should be made not to exceed 20% of the total number of library sources. A bibliography must be created using reference management tools such as: Mendeley, Zotero or others.

Writing library sources and how to refer to them using IEEE rules. More complete instructions regarding IEEE rules can be read at the link Several examples of writing library sources can be seen in the Bibliography section.

[1] T. Vaughan, Multimedia Making It Work, Sixth Edition, New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, 2004.

[2] A. Rahmatulloh and F. MSN, "Implementation of Web Server Load Balancing using Haproxy and File Synchronization in the Siliwangi University Academic Information System," Journal of Information Technology and Systems, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 241-248, 2017.

[3] R. T. Fielding and R. N. Taylor, “Principled design of the modern Web architecture,” ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (TOIT), vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 115-150, 2002.

[4] K. Gottschalk, S. Graham, H. Kreger and J. Snell, “Introduction to Web services architecture,” IBM SYSTEMS JOURNAL, vol. 41, no. No. 2, 2002.

[5] C. Pavlovski, C. Warwar, B. Paskin and G. Chan, “Unified Framework for Multifactor Authentication,” 22nd International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT 2015), pp. 209-213, 2015.

Article Loading in the INNOVATICS Journal

Submission of manuscripts to the INNOVATICS journal must follow the template provided and sent via the website Manuscripts that have been accepted by the Journal editorial team will go through a review process by the Editorial Board and Bestari Partners. By considering the results of the review, the editor has the full right to accept or reject a manuscript for publication.


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INNOVATICS Journal Editorial

Department of Informatics, Faculty of Engineering, Siliwangi University

Jl. Siliwangi No. 24 Tasikmalaya West Java



Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

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ISSN Online: 2656-8993