CS 653: Topics in Programming Language Implementation -- Programming Models
Advice on Reading Papers
Tia Newhall provides a very brief set of tips for reading research papers.
Start keeping track of all the papers you have read in a bibtex format. You can store your notes about the paper in a field called Annote. If you have a mac, there is an awesome utility that helps you do this called BibDesk. For other platforms check out the following links:
Example ReviewHere is an example review for the LamWolf91 paper that we read in CS553 last semester (pdf, tex, bib).
The detail in the example review is the amount of detail you will need in your review for the paper you present in class. Your weekly review will follow the same format, but you only need to do ONE of the following: