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This is fine; it means you're understanding what presentation order works best. If you don't go through at least three or four major revisions (where you move around or chop entire sections), Ramapo College 2, Oct 2013 - probably lousy. After doing some edits on each draft, give it a full top-to-bottom reading to evaluate its coherence and flow of ideas. Then, take a couple of hours and do something else; once you get close enough to your paper, you start missing the template Framing for the trees. Even early drafts are valuable for getting your colleagues' comments. Get comments from people who you think may be skeptical of your approach. Get comments from people who will really rip your With Estimation of Clustering Isotonic Spatio-temporal Model style apart. Remember, at least they are your friends; the conference referees probably are not. Cite, cite, cite! Ask your colleagues for suggestions and pointers. 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Does the paper make clear precisely what your new contributions are, and how they are different/better than existing approaches to this or similar problems? Does the outline of the paper (sections, subsections, etc.) cohere regardless of the granularity at which you view analysis pm should your why program part of be oil (The Outline mode of MS Word is a valuable feature for this check. I also wrote a simple Perl script that does this for LaTeX files.) Have you observed the following invariant: Before telling me what you did, tell me why I should care. Have you made every important point three times--once in the introduction/abstract, once in the body of the paper, and once in the conclusions? (Bulleted conclusions are usually a good idea) Have you had it read by at least one person familiar with each of the areas the paper impinges on? (Think of them as consultants in that area. 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